Mapping Human Vulnerability to Climate Change (via GIS and Science)

A fascinating read! First global map suggests climate change will have greatest impact 
on the populations least responsible for causing the problem Researchers already study how various species of plants and animals migrate in response to climate change. Now, Jason Samson, a PhD candidate in McGill University’s Department of Natural Resource Sciences, has taken the... Continue Reading →


A Reaction Regarding the New JGSOM Course

Presenting the new course to be launched by our very own John Gokungwei School of Management: A TALK ON THE NEW JGSOM PROGRAM B.S. MANAGEMENT, MAJOR IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ENTREPRENEURSHIP (ITE) It's been more than fifteen years since JGSOM launched its last program BS MAC, an innovative program that combines Chemistry and Management.  JGSOM is... Continue Reading →

The Punk Rock Girl I Will Miss

Ten minutes before you board the airplane... or even less because I am still typing this post. I just want to say thank you to a girl who I just met for over a year to the person who can relate with me 90% of the time including opinions and music to the only college... Continue Reading →

Patuloy lang

This is the typical line said in our organization, ain't I right? I've been a member of this organization for only two years but I already felt at home after my first prayer. I had already made a post on goodbyes and all that but I just had to post this for you guys because... Continue Reading →

Hopes and Goodbyes

I don't want to say that I regret anything because Ateneo has taught me well. I hope however that I will not forget my grassroots and principles in life. Though reality could be a fuss, I find it as a greater challenge. Doors will really be opened for me this time as I graduate. What... Continue Reading →

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