Bring on the "A-Game"

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Bring on the "A-Game"

“My biggest takeaway from the convention is that Asia is getting really serious about having fun. Foreign game companies are looking for talent here. Local developers are sprouting, too. Big business and big careers are waiting to be pursued. It’s an exciting time for our students who want to cross the line between game player and game creator.”

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A 'Feast' of Colors

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A 'Feast' of Colors

Carrying various cans of paint, sets of industrial paint rollers and brushes, and two stack ladders, the MINT mural team is back to paint a “feast” rich in color at a free space by the entrance of the Venice Grand Canal and Piazza’s foodcourt.

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The Badass "Indiepreneur"

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The Badass "Indiepreneur"

There’s a saying that goes, “no man’s an island”, but a woman sporting a red bob and wearing leg-high leather boots came to MINT to disprove this.

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The CARNEVIL Came to Town

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The CARNEVIL Came to Town

On a regular day, MINT College is a cozy and lively campus, with students rushing to get to their classes or to finish their projects. But then, Halloween came early to MINT when the “CARNEVIL” arrived on October 18. Things suddenly turned frightening.

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IOLO LESTER CAPAROS: Of Notes and Codes

Iolo Lester Caparos is a senior high school student taking up Computer Science here at MINT. He is also a scholar who auditioned at MINT as a musician. He shares how his love for music and his enthusiasm in computer programming led him to pursue this track at MINT.

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#LokalLive: Reviving the OPM "Soul"

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#LokalLive: Reviving the OPM "Soul"

“The beauty about it all is that it’s the start of every MBM student’s journey to finding their own adventure out there. I love how MBM Week gives us students a chance to learn from the professionals, work with one another, and just enjoy really good local music. Each year, it just gets better and better.” - Cheenee Gonzalez, 2018

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Before the Curtain Call: A Director's Viewpoint

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Before the Curtain Call: A Director's Viewpoint

“When I signed up to be a director for this year’s Shorts & Briefs, I wasn’t expecting to feel this attached, not just to the play I handled, but also to the people I worked with. Two whole months—filled with weekly rehearsals and a two week-worth of shows—filled me with melancholy when the last curtain call was casted. The whole project was short and brief, but it was all worth it.” - Aia Arkoncel, 2018

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