The two OPM artists stressed that a songwriter should be “specific, clever, and honest.” Authenticity of the stories told in songs are most appreciated nowadays, and as Nicolas puts it, “write what you know.” This is best reflected if the inspiration of the songwriter came from one’s experiences. “Gumawa ka ng kanta na wala na, o wala pa,” Nicolas said.
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That night was unconventional, refreshing, and impactful.
Instead of spreading the word about having a new campus through official statements both in print and online, the school instead decided to host an indoor live concert last February 22.
MINT Junior Marketing Association is more than ready to put this new competition in the bag. Members Lyra Jazmin, Nichole Cruz, Gab Sadicon, and Aia Arkoncel had passed the second phase of Ateneo de Manila's Camp IMC.
The baro’t saya, or if worn by affluent women, the traje de mestiza, consisted of the camison or inner blouse as first layer of cover, topped with baro or the blouse with long and billowy sleeves, and then covered with a panuelo or a starched cloth acting as a shawl to fully cover their once-bare bosoms. They also started to wear ankle-length skirts.
To play is to engage, to create, to interact. MINT students are undoubtedly a creative bunch. In a school that encourages freedom to push past limitations of making things happen, the students learned to create amazing works that does not only catch attention but keeps them.
With this enthusiasm, a YouTube channel is created to become their “playground” where they can try out new ways to make. This is a platform where MINT students can fully express themselves and find people who can relate to them.