It’s surprising for us though, because she is one of the visibly busy people at MINT. She is always found either huddled with the school’s production team, or going in and out of offices coordinating important school events. Now on her final year as a Film student and a full-time scholar, juggling acads and events has never seemed to faze Dani.
“I loved the fact that everybody was so happy to see that they had something up on one of the walls. I love every single one of them, and it's incredibly cool to think how skillful they all are at what they do.” (Mygel Edoloverio, MINT SHS-MMA)
“I think that the fashion industry truly is glamorous. In a sense, it brings people together and it makes one think about breaking the norms.” (Mavic Castro, MINT MMA-Fashion)
MINTeatro’s MINT Senior High Theater Arts students recently concluded their Friday productions, “Stage Our Souls.” The series started from February 1 until March 1 at the Playhouse. Unlike their previous stages, this time they went minimal with their set-up—having only chairs and spotlights to work with onstage.
It was a night full of laughter and cheers as MINT game enthusiasts gathered inside the Cafeteria to try the different games laid out by MINT Blitz, the school club that’s always down for a great game.
They held a one-day convention, Game Night, that features various kinds of games for interested students. Aptly timed with the dismissal time of most classes here at MINT, the organization had the place packed with eager students coming from both senior high and college.
Clara Benin is known for her unique renditions of OPM classics, highlighting the sincerity present in each song that she covers. Meanwhile, her original compositions tell stories of her personal journey and relatable moments about life and love.