On April 28, a group of MINT students won 2nd runner-up at UST Advercom, UST Junior Marketing Association’s annual advertising competition.
On April 25, Natalie Ampil, a graduate of the Multimedia Arts program of MINT College, won bronze in the Open Category of the adobo Design Awards Asia 2018.
On April 19, MINT College officially partnered with Impact Hub Manila, an international innovation lab and co-working space for entrepreneurs and innovators. Through the partnership, MINT and Impact Hub will be offering “IMPACT: Global Entrepreneurship Program,” which will be run by the two parties to generate the highest impact in the lives of the youth.
On March 18, Music Business Management student Xavi Aguilar won 1st runner up at the Startup Weekend. He presented his thesis, and was mentored by Mony Romana, who is also his adviser and MINT College’s Marketing Program Head.
Kani Villaflor, a 4th Year Film student at MINT College got Logro into the Short Film Corner of the Festival de Cannes 2018. In May, he will be flying out to Cannes, France to participate in the festival’s programs.
MINT College's Theater Arts Program Head Bernardo Bernardo passed away on
Thursday, March 8. He was 73 years old.
On February 27 at the MINT Café, MBY Pet Rescue and Sanctuary’s operations manager, Susan Magallanes Espinosa delivered a talk that addressed animal cruelty and welfare.
Last November 8, MINT College celebrated the exemplary performance of select students at Prevue 2018: The MINT Student Honor Show. The event is an annual awarding show and portfolio showcase attended by school officials and parents.
Philippines’ Primera Kontrabida, Cherie Gil guested at MINT College’s CineFiesta 2017 on November 22. The multi-awarded television, film, and theater actress shared stories about her life and career with veteran actor and MINT College’s Theater Arts program head, Bernardo Bernardo.
On November 26, MINT College’s production of Tayo Na Lang Kasi was announced as the MYX Choice for Best Music Video on ABS-CBN’s Sunday variety show, ASAP. The win followed MINT’s successful production of O, Pag-big, which also won the same award in 2016.
MINT College instructor and former Theater program head, Dennis Marasigan grabbed two citations at the Gawad Buhay’s third quarter citations for 2017.
On November 20, MINT College’s Film students enjoyed the first day of CineFiesta with a talk from award-winning film director Erik Matti, and his editor, Jay Halili.