Huwebes, Disyembre 06, 2007

"Wala akong problema kung ano siya basta masaya." - Allan Popa


The Loyola Schools' Awards for the Arts (LSAA), formerly called the Dean's Awards for the Arts, are presented each year to seniors of the Loyola Schools who have done outstanding work in the arts.

The Awards recognize the students' artistry as expressed in the style and vision of outputs and achievements in the following categories: creative writing (poetry, fiction, literary essay, and playwriting) , theatre arts, screen arts, visual arts(painting, photography, graphic design, and illustration) , music and dance.

An LSAA Committee composed of faculty members of the Loyola Schools will evaluate the entries and determine awardees for each category.

Nominations in the different artistic categories are now being accepted by the Committee. To be eligible, a nominee must be a student of the Loyola Schools in his or her senior or fifth year. Nomination letters addressed to the Committee may be sent to the School of Humanities Dean's Office or e-mailed to this address: humani@admu.

Eligible nominees are required to submit the following documents to the School of Humanities Dean's Office, ground floor, Horacio de la Costa Hall:

1. A portfolio representing a body of works done over the last four years

2. An updated resume

3. A duly accomplished personal data sheet to be obtained from the SOH Dean's Office, and submitted to the same office. The data sheet can also be downloaded from the Ateneo de Manila University website here.

The deadline for submission of portfolios, data sheets and nomination letters is on Monday, 21 January 2008, at 5:00 p.m. (Only Ateneo faculty members and/or students may nominate candidates for the Awards.) This deadline is final. The announcement of awardees will be made on Tuesday, 26 February 2008. The awardees will receive a plaque during a ceremony on Wednesday, 12 March 2008.


Noong Martes, nanood ako sa Henry Lee Irwin ng mga short film mula Cinemalaya. fund raising iyon para sa AILAP kung hindi ako nagkakamali. Libre lang akong nakapanood. Pero nakakahiya naman na manonood lang ako. Kaya nakitulong na rin sa magtawag sa mga estudyante, magpunit ng mga ticket at kung ano-ano pa. Nakakita ko pa si Rica Parelejo. Masayang panoorin ulit ang "Rolyo" at "Nineball." Weird ang "Gabon" habang cute ang "Toni." Siyempre bentang-benta sa mga estudyante ang "Nineball."

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