Just like the rainbow’s definitive colors, the MINT Riffs—the school’s official glee club—had a vivid ‘technicolor’ of a showcase last May 20 at Music Museum, Greenhills, San Juan. It was their sixth annual concert which they named “Bahaghari”.
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Last May 18, the MINT Multimedia Arts program held "The Big Pitch," its first senior thesis open event. This was participatedby five senior students who presented their three semesters-worth of researched design project.
MINT College welcomed industry practitioners to the campus for its annual SHOW+TELL—or senior showcase. It was held last May 23, in the afternoon.
For Meg Mangoba, MINT Music Business Management student and MINT Riffs member, ‘Bahaghari’ or rainbow signifies “the celebration of triumphs experienced despite facing hardships in daily life.” She also shared that this is their way of giving back, as the choir wasn’t able to stage a concert last year.
MINT College is no stranger to design and advertising competitions. With its pool of talented young artists, the school is fervent in developing their skills to be at par with industry practitioners. Last May 10, for three straight years, we bagged another three awards at the adobo Design Awards Asia (aDAA) at Samsung Hall, SM Aura.