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Ateneans, here's how to have the best intersession period ever

June is finally here and for the very first time, Ateneans haven't started worrying about school. With the implementation of the academic calendar shift comes a four month-intersession period - more than 100 days of "summer." For some, it means jetting off to the other ends of the world on luxurious family vacations or independent study tours. For others, it means catching up on sleep and TV shows and after that, being bored out of their wits. It doesn't have to be though. Make the last tw

Fight or Flight? 7 Signs You Should Quit Your Job

We’ve all been there one, two, or maybe even more than a few times: you find yourself wondering, "Should I quit my job?" No doubt there will be times in your life when you will consider leaving your work. Maybe you're just having a hard day at work or maybe worse - work becomes too toxic to handle. If it's the former, you mostly just have to put on your big kid pants and hustle hard to gain valuable work experiences. In most cases, it’s advisable for you to try and make it work at your job. Y

5 reasons why UA&P's small population is an advantage

The University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) is probably one of the smallest universities in the Philippines. It has a population of less than 2,500 students - as opposed to other universities which range from 10,000 - 60,000. Coming from a prestigious all boys school with around 480 students in one batch amounting to roughly 5,000+ students in the whole school, I always thought safety in numbers was a good thing. I thought: when you are with a lot of people, it’s easier to blend in and to b

Paul Rivera: How to Decide on Your Next Step After Graduating

It's 2016 and you’ve just graduated from a college in the Philippines. You’re probably thinking, now what?If you’re lucky and hopped on the intern train before finishing school, you might already be employed. But if you’re like most, you’ve had a few weeks to let the post-graduation feeling sink in—vacations, beaches, hours on Instagram and just not doing anything for the first time in 4 (or more years). Guess what, you deserve it so enjoy this time off. It's one of the things I regret after I g

Ateneans, here's how to have the best intersession period ever

June is finally here and for the very first time, Ateneans haven't started worrying about school. With the implementation of the academic calendar shift comes a four month-intersession period - more than 100 days of "summer." For some, it means jetting off to the other ends of the world on luxurious family vacations or independent study tours. For others, it means catching up on sleep and TV shows and after that, being bored out of their wits. It doesn't have to be though. Make the last tw

Fight or Flight? 7 Signs You Should Quit Your Job

We’ve all been there one, two, or maybe even more than a few times: you find yourself wondering, "Should I quit my job?" No doubt there will be times in your life when you will consider leaving your work. Maybe you're just having a hard day at work or maybe worse - work becomes too toxic to handle. If it's the former, you mostly just have to put on your big kid pants and hustle hard to gain valuable work experiences. In most cases, it’s advisable for you to try and make it work at your job. Y

5 reasons why UA&P's small population is an advantage

The University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) is probably one of the smallest universities in the Philippines. It has a population of less than 2,500 students - as opposed to other universities which range from 10,000 - 60,000. Coming from a prestigious all boys school with around 480 students in one batch amounting to roughly 5,000+ students in the whole school, I always thought safety in numbers was a good thing. I thought: when you are with a lot of people, it’s easier to blend in and to b

Paul Rivera: How to Decide on Your Next Step After Graduating

It's 2016 and you’ve just graduated from a college in the Philippines. You’re probably thinking, now what?If you’re lucky and hopped on the intern train before finishing school, you might already be employed. But if you’re like most, you’ve had a few weeks to let the post-graduation feeling sink in—vacations, beaches, hours on Instagram and just not doing anything for the first time in 4 (or more years). Guess what, you deserve it so enjoy this time off. It's one of the things I regret after I g

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