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NSIB CIAL RESPO O S • N O I T OF CREA INTEGRITY

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VOLUME XIX • NO. 2 DECEMBER — APRIL 2017

T he Official English News Publication of Divine Word College of Bangued — High School Department


Corazonian EVANGELIZATION • EXCELLENCE • INTEGRITY OF CREATION • SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY VOLUME XIX • N O . 2 D E C E M B E R — APRIL 2017

The

CORAZONIAN

is the official publication of Divine Word

College of Bangued, High School Department. It is expected to serve as a training ground for campus writers and as a paper through which the school can communicate its activities and ideas to the community it seeks to serve. The variety of campus activities as well as the quality to literary pieces it can publish and serve as an index to the excellence of DWCB High School Department. It also serves as an outlet for the intellectual, artistic and journalistic talents of students


E D I T O R I A L S TA F F :

CORAZONIAN

Noriel Gatela Angelica Beatriz Bernardez

L AY - O U T A R T I S T :

Emerald Gattud

Chriszia Jasryll Cabotaje

Migui Billedo Christine Joy Peralta

ADVISER:

Ann Crystal dela Cuadra

M r. J a n C h r i s t o p h e r G o

Windee Gareza Juliene Ermie Berame

C O N S U L TA N T :

Samantha Grace Jornacion

Mrs. Glenda Mangaser

contents

Aldrin Bobita Ma. Yvonne Biato

M O D E R AT O R S :

Izelle Bobila

M r s . Te r e s a D a c a n a y

Frederick Riosa

P R I N C I PA L

Justice Belino

R e v. F r. N e r i o J o s e p h A r t i e n d a , S V D

Kyla Mari Guzman

PRESIDENT

CARTOONISTS: Marc Jaero Salindong I r v i n J e re m y Ta m a y o

PHOTOJOURNALISTS: Junah Divina Bigornia Diosdado Mina

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Y E A R - E N D C H R I S T M A S PA R T Y

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TLE & COMPUTER ROOM

Editorial DISCIPLINE, How are you

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05

doing?

NEWS jUNIOR’S PROM 2017

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H S D E P T. W I N S

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D I V I N I A N S D O M I N AT E

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Christmas Carol Contest

UP Namnama 2016

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o f t h e H S D E P T.

New Equipments

S CIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 7 EARTH-SIZED PLANETS

DISCOVERED

could possibly sustain life

literary INCOMPLETE — Buticeli, Jones GONE

in DSPC 2016

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C R I E S O F TO DAY

and Fabulous

— childish.sentiments

DIVINIAN MAKES IT

L I F E ’ S G R E AT E S T T R I C K

to the NSPC

— jNGxi

DWCB HS, 1ST RUNNER UP

— broKEn TrIdenT


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EDITORIAL

D ISCIPLINE , how are you doing?

and outside the school walls and

one who knows the way, goes the

there is a success in accomplishing

it is either to obey or not the rules

way, and shows the way”. Anyone

discipline through such manage-

and regulations of their Alma Mat-

is qualified of being a leader. As

ment of the school.

ter. There are always limitations.

leaders, you must also know your

Students must know the limit of

responsibilities especially in exe-

ington, “discipline is the soul of an

their freedom, their limit, in order

cuting discipline.

army. It makes small numbers for-

to achieve discipline.

Secondly, there are strate-

midable; procures success to the

In addition, discipline is en-

gies of the school in ensuring that

weak, and esteem to all”. Individ-

suring proper behaviour of students

there is discipline inside and out-

uals

and the perfect time to implement

side their grounds especially on

successful, and confident with the

such is during setting of require-

the part of the students. One ex-

power of discipline. As said by Jim

ments or commonly represented

ample is providing them copies of

Rohn, “Discipline is the bridge be-

by the signing of clearances. What

the rules and

tween

if discipline is only achieved only

regulations

and

when it is a school requirement?

of the school

According to Roy Smith, “Discipline

which are lo-

is the refining fire by which talent

cated in their

becomes ability”. Having this, how

passbooks

can these students develop if they

for

see discipline only as a require-

be always in-

ment, not a virtue? Yes, they can be

formed. Other

improved this way but is it the best

simple exam-

way?

ples

them

are

to

the

According to George Wash-

are

organized,

There are always limitations. Students must know the limit of their freedom, their limit, in order to achieve discipline.

challenging,

goals accom-

plishments”. In

schools

where young people

set

their

goals

and

ambi-

tions, success and

accom-

plishments

DISCIPLINE IS A SERIOUS

discipline, and its ways are consid-

of the school year or even in their

MATTER NOWADAYS, most espe-

ered to be either positive or neg-

everyday lives. These rules always

are movements in implementing

almost in ev-

cially in schools. It is the controlled

ative. Why does discipline become

consider moral ways in dealing

discipline. Firstly, a school has al-

ery corner of the institution and

discipline, hard work and persever-

orderly state of a certain group or

an issue in most institutions espe-

things, both obedience and pun-

ways leaders leading the organiza-

a specific example is the proper

ance.

individual. Goals of most institution

cially Divine? Are there any move-

ishments. Having these in mind,

tions, class, and the whole student

waste management of the school.

involve this value in implementing

ments to fight against this issue?

why do students still disobey these

body. It is essential for them to en-

The

the

cess always has a touch of disci-

order and control inside the school

In order to carry out disci-

and be undisciplined? Everyone

sure discipline under their author-

school really represents discipline

pline. Let your actions inspire oth-

grounds and even influencing such

pline, there must have to be rules

have their own freedom to think

ity. Leaders do not only pertain to

of students in terms of garbage

ers to dream more, learn more, do

outside the school walls.

and regulations set to be obeyed.

and decide, most students think

the officers but also to anyone who

segregation. Noting what an anon-

more and become more. Why not

The Divine Word College of

Most of these are normally intro-

that way. Because of this freedom,

have the ability to do so. Accord-

ymous author wrote, “it’s not the

invite others to walk the path with

Bangued also faces the same issue,

duced to students in the beginning

students decide what to act inside

ing to John C. Maxwell, “a leader is

work that’s hard, it’s the discipline”,

you? It’s not a bad idea. :)

On the other hand, there

signs

are easily at-

posted

waste

management

tained

of

with

The path that leads to suc-


La vie

est belle


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NEWS

Junior’s Prom

2017

by Christine Joy Luna Peralta

T

G ra d e rs

F r. D e vasag ayam Savariyyapan

d anced the Rig od o n de Am or

o f t he D i v i n e W ord

S VD , t he Campu s Minister, led

whic h was the hig hlight of the

Co l l eg e of B a n g u e d

t h e p rayer ask ing f or God ’s g race

nig ht. The Rig od on de Am or w as

and

event.

f ollowed by a series of dances

n ual P r o m e n a de on M a rc h 4 ,

Ne x t , t he stu d ents, tog ether with

where any stu d ent can act ively

2 0 1 7 at t h e D WC B G y m n a s i u m

t h e te ac hers and staf f sang the

partic ipate throu g h asking a fel-

with t h e t h e m e “J ou rn e y i n g to-

P h i li p p ine National A nthem. To

low stu d ent’s hand to t he dance-

g e the r , s u r v iv in g f or t h e b e s t . ”

f orm a lly start the prog ram, Ms.

f loor. A f terward s, the b atch r em -

It was 2 in t h e a f te rn oon

S i g a rn el Parel, a stu d ent f rom

inisced their memori es fr om 7th

whe n t h e s t u de n t s s ta rte d to a r-

t h e G rad e 10 St. J oseph Frein-

Grad e when Ms. Czes Castane-

rive i n t h e ir f o r m a l a t t i re w i t h

a d e me tz and the Batc h Presi-

d a, a stu d ent f rom Gr ade 10 St.

th e ir da te s . A t 3 p m , t h e p ro-

d e n t w elcomed everyone present

Lorenzo Ru iz and Mr . Kenneth

g ram f in a l l y s ta rte d a n d R e v.

i n t h e event. The stu d ents then

Bang g ad ,

(DWC B)

he

Te n t h

ce l e br a te d

their

An-

g u id ance

f or

the

f rom

Gra de

10

St.

Mat t hew r ead the C lass H istor y.

The

and

Fr a n c i s X a v i e r . Af te r t ha t , t he y

Then, the 10t h G r ader s nib b led

Queen w as Ms. Mar vie B ob ita,

we r e g i ve n t he l a s t c ha n ce to

t heir dinner . The p r ogr am con-

and Mr . Jan R itchels Cab aller o,

da n ce w i t h t he pa r t n e r s o f t he i r

t inued w ith a gr oup of b oys ser -

b oth fr om G r ade 10 St. Lor en-

cho i ce .

enading ever yone w it h a song.

zo R uiz. The B est Dr essed p air

wa s de l i ve r e d by Ms . Zha n e l l e

After t hat, Mr s. Ter esa Dacan-

w er e given to Ms. At hena Ma-

Mae

ay, the H igh School P r incip al,

late of G r ade 10 St. Matt hew ,

R ui z . The Ma s te r o f Ce r e m o n i e s

deliver ed her m essage for t he

and

of

we r e Ms . Gl e n n y An g e l l i ca B a t -

b atch of the Tenth G r ader s fol-

G r ade 10 St . Lor enzo R uiz. The

er i n a a n d Mr . J o hn e de l P e r a l ta .

low ed b y m or e and m or e danc-

Funniest P air w as aw ar ded to

es. Ms. C lea Sear es then r ead

Mr . B enji R ub io and Ms. Mar ille

20 17 w a s t r ul y a s ucce s s f o r t he

t he C lass P r op hecy w hich con-

Vasquez

R uiz.

10 t h g r a de r s a n d te a c he r s s pe n t

tained the dr eam s and futur e

The gym nasium w as filled

the i r t i m e , e f f o r t a n d e n e r g y j us t

of t he b atch. A ser ies of dances

w ith sw eetness as t he Most R o-

to w o r k to g e t he r f o r t hi s e ve n t .

follow ed, t hen R ev. Fr . N er io Jo-

m ant ic Coup le, Ms. Ayesha Tr in-

sep h Ar t ienda, t he College P r es-

idad and Mr . Jan R itchels Ca-

ident, took his tur n in deliver ing

b aller o b oth fr om St . Lor enzo

a m essage for the st udent s. After

R uiz took the aw ar d. A sp ecial

t hat w as t he m om ent ever yone

aw ar d w as given to the Ear liest

w as w ait ing for - t he aw ar ding.

B ir d, Mr . Cedr ic B osque of St .

Mr .

P r om

Ear hear t

of

St.

King

G att ud

Lor enzo

The

Closing

Af r i ca n o

The

of

J un i o r ’ s

St .

Re m a r ks

L o r e nzo

P r o m e n a de


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NEWS

HIGH-SCHOOL DEPARTMENT TRIO WINS CHRISTMAS CAROL CONTEST by Noriel Acen Gatela

respectively, entertained the people

awarded to the gutsy SBMA while

on their presentation. The seminar-

the trio of BSED clinched the 2nd

ians, on the other hand, who came

place. The high-school department

from Baguio City, got an exposure

was declared the over-all champion

and performed their mini-musical

and they also got the "best in song

ensemble.

choice" award. This event shows us

The announcing of winners

that it doesn’t matter how young or

was done by Fr. Devasagayyam

old you are. If you have that skill,

Savariyappan, SVD, campus minis-

you can be at your own very best.

ter of the DWCB. The 1st place was

The group which is com-

ed by Mr. Johnedel Peralta and

posed of Joreen Fernandez, Chelou

Ms. Charmagne Santos, who were

Blando, and Christine Joy Peralta

both high-school faculty teachers.

conquered the DWCB Gymnasium

The contestants of the said compe-

on the 16th day of December, 2016

tition sung 2 songs, one is the con-

as they claimed their title in the

test piece entitled, “Christmas in our

Christmas Carol-Trio contest with

Hearts” and the other one is their

the theme: “May Jesus Live in our

personal choice.

Hearts”.

Different

departments

Meanwhile, UP Namnama

of

vocal soloists Bianca Nicole Millare

the school gathered as one for the

and Rachel Bringas, who were from

same reason. The contest was host-

the high-school and grade-school


NEWS

D

I N AT M O D S N IVINIA

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6 1 ‘ a m a n m a N UP . B il le d o b y M ig u i A

TALENTED AND GIFTED STU-

and Filipinos. It seeks to encourage the

174 points. Abra High School was sec-

DENTS from the Divine Word College

Ilocano community all over the Philip-

ond with 146 points and third was Our

of Bangued bested other Abrenians in

pines to be at the forefront in uniting

Lady of Lourdes High School with 142

the University of the Philippines Nam-

all Filipinos amidst all political issues

points. Winners will then represent

nama 35th Provincial Sirib Quiz Show

and natural calamities that inevitably

the province in Baguio City for the re-

and 8th Provincial Saririt Cultural Fes-

created factions among Filipinos.

gional competition.

tival at the provincial capitol here on

December 13, 2016.

champion for elementary garnering

ementary and high school levels were

With the theme, “Against the

194 points, followed by Bangued West

Declamation (English and Iloko), Essay

Current: Steering the Ilocano Towards

Central School with 82 points, and

Writing (English and Filipino), Story-

a Solid Philippines”, this project of UP

Velasco Elementary School with 80

telling, Poster Making, Vocal Solo, and

Namnama continues to foster aca-

points. This was the 5th consecutive

Quiz Bee. Other events for high school

demic and socio-cultural development

year of DWCB as champion in the said

were Impromptu Speaking (English

among the Ilocano youth in order to

event.

and Filipino), Oration (English and

raise awareness and appreciation of

the Ilocano culture among Abrenians

was also the overall champion with

DWCB emerged the overall

For the secondary level, DWCB

Events competed for both el-

Iloko), and Short Story Writing (English and Filipino).

Here are the Divinians who brought pride and honor to our school for bagging the top spots: MIGUI BILLEDO

Essay Writing English (2nd Place)

KIMMI HARIELLE SO

Short Story Writing English (2nd Place)

TRISHA FAYE VALERA

Short Story Writing Filipino (2nd Place)

BERNOEL SEMANERO

Oration English (1st Place)

NORIEL GATELA

Impromptu Speaking Filipino (1st Place)

BIANCA NICOLE MILLARE

Vocal Solo (2nd Place)

ERIN POBLETE

Poster Making (2nd Place)

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Avery Klea Bersamira, a pupil from Pulot Elementary

Over-all 1st Runner Up

School led the Journalist Creed. Then Mr. Pedro Talingdan- ESP Filipino read the mechanics of the contest.

The different contests for the first day began.

These events were Editorial Writing- Filipino and En-

IN DSPC 2016

glish, Editorial Cartooning- Filipino and English, Feature Writing- Filipino and English, Sports Writing- Filipi-

by Samantha Grace Jornacion

no and English, Photo Journalism- Filipino and English, Copy Reading- Filipino and English, and Radio and TV

LAGAYAN,

ABRA

The

peted for the different events in

also gave his speech and welcomed

DWCB High School delegates were

Campus Journalism during the Divi-

all the student delegates. After this,

proclaimed as the over-all first run-

sion Schools Press Conference.

the presentation of the delegates

ner-up during the Division Schools

competition

was read by Mrs. Balmarie Bayle, Pu-

Press Conference (DSPC) held on

started with a program to welcome

lot Elementary School principal.Mrs.

November 26-27, 2016 at Pulot Na-

all participants. The program began

Aida Payang – OIC- ASDS delivered a

tional High School.

with the singing of the Philippine

short message to all the young jour-

The

two

day

With the theme “Strength-

National Anthem. This was followed

nalists for them to be inspired. After

ening

Freedom

Information

by the doxology sung by the Pulot

this, the introduction of Judges was

through Campus Journalism”, 54

National High School and Elemen-

heard through Mrs. Aida Payang-

schools (33 Grade School) (21 High

tary School faculty and staff. Then

ESP English. Mr. Ronald Castillo,

School) both in public and private

the words of welcome coming from

Schools

sectors, including Divine Word Col-

Hon.

heard

formally opened the program. All

through his wife. Esterio Apolinar,

the young journalists stood up and

Pulot National High School principal

raised their right hands as Jasmine

of

lege of Bangued

com-

Jendricks

Luna

was

Division

Superintendent

broadcasting- Filipino and English.

During the last part of the first day event, the

result for the Sports Writing- Filipino and English was announced wherein Aira Jinky Palcon won 3rd Place in Sports Writing – Filipino and Frederick Riosa who competed in Sports Writing – English, won 2nd Place.

On the second day, the continuation of the

different events immediately happened. These events were Science and Technology Writing- Filipino and English, News Writing- Filipino and English, and Collaborative Publishing- Filipino and English. After all the events on the second day ended, the closing program was joined by everyone. The closing program started with a Nationalistic song number. This was followed by the closing prayer which was led by Mrs. May Flor Conception, a teacher at Pulot National High School. Then a message from Mr. Hedwig Belmes, CID Chief was heard. Finally, the awards for all the contenders were announced by Mrs. Adalaida Bogayao and Mr. Pedro Talingdan. The results for DWCB contestants are as follows:


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EDITORIAL WRITING FILIPINO: Eryka Joy Mariñas (1st Place)

62 fabulous

EDITORIAL WRITING ENGLISH: Ma. Yvonne Biato (1st Place)

A ND

EDITORIAL CARTOONING FILIPINO: Jaero Salindong (3rd Place)

EDITORIAL CARTOONING ENGLISH:

by Angel ica B er nar dez

Irvin Jeremy Tamayo (1st Place)

PHOTOJOURNALISM FILIPINO: Clea Anne Seares (4th Place)

PHOTOJOURNALISM ENGLISH: Junah Bigornia (1st Place)

SCI & TECH WRITING FILIPINO: Lord John Lalugan (1st Place)

SCI & TECH WRITING ENGLISH: Juliene Ermie Berame (1st Place)

FEATURE WRITING ENGLISH: Samantha Jornacion (4th Place)

NEWS WRITING FILIPINO: Zhanele May Africano (1st Place)

COLLABORATIVE PUBLISHING FILIPINO (1st Place)

Mark Alexis Beria

Cherry Joyce Belleza

Princes Mae Velasco

Kyla Marie Guzman

Rhezmon Vilar

Rayne Sydney Duque

Euclid John Jornacion

COLLABORATIVE PUBLISHING

TV BROADCASTING AND SCRIPT WRITING (2nd Place)

Bianca Nicole Millare

Noriel Gatela

Ma. Trisha Faye Valera

Christine Joy Peralta

Justice Belino

“Life is about balance. Be

cers of each class planned a surprise

Millare sung “When You Say Nothing at

Izelle Bobila

kind, but don’t let people abuse you.

party for her. At about 10:00 am ev-

All” and “Say You Won’t Let Go” for Mrs.

AldrinBobita

Trust, but don’t be deceived. Be con-

eryone from the high school depart-

Dacanay while Aybert Palos played the

tent, but never stop improving your-

ment went to the gymnasium for the

guitar. Of course Ms. Bianca and Mr.

At the end of the compe-

self. No matter how good or bad you

program “62 and Fabulous” Christine

Aybert did not represent the Grade 10

tition, DWCB was declared as the

think life is, God loves you.” This saying

Joy Peralta and Aldrin Joshua Bobita

alone, their dancers were the next to

over-all 1st runner up. A smile on

is what guided her through 39 years

served as the EMCEEs of the program.

perform. After this, the video greetings

of teaching. Being patient and consid-

Mr. Jan Christopher Ryan Go,

was onset. The Grade 8 students fol-

erate to students and fellow teachers.

CBS Adviser led the opening prayer,

lowed and sung our principal’s favorite

She reached the retirement age but

the students from the Grade 7– Our

“You raise me up” with Ms. Bernoel Se-

opted to stay with us and keep teach-

Lady of Lourdes danced the “Parangal

manero on the lead. Last but definite-

sa Watawat” and the program official-

ly not the least, the dancers from the

the face of all young journalists, not only for the Divinians was seen. This

ENGLISH (2nd Place)

gave an assurance to all their men-

Chriszia Jasryll Cabotaje

tors and supporters that they real-

Migui Billedo

ly enjoyed the event they attended,

Zandra Belandres

and that they learned a lot of things

ing.

Windee Gareza

from the new experience which will

Last January 8, 2017 our dear

ly began. The senior high school were

Grade 9 performed their presentation.

Denise Lorielle Santamaria

surely be treasured by them for the

principal, Mrs. Teresa V. Dacanay cel-

given the chance to showcase their

To the end the program Rev. Fr. Nerio

Emerald Gattud

rest of their life.

ebrated her 62nd birthday, however

talents first. Next was the students

Joseph Artienda delivered the closing

Franz Danielle Fabie

on the 9th of January the CBS officers

from Grade 7, although young and ad-

remarks giving the students the rest of

together with the faculty and the offi-

olescent they are still talented. Bianca

the day off.


DIVINIAN

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NEWS

nine Abrenian journalists who represented the region of

makes it to the

Cordillera Administrative, battled against 54 delegates

NSPC

who came from the 18 regions of the country in Filipino photojournalism at the Holy Child Academy.

by Ann Crystal Dela Cuadra

AROUND 7,000 YOUNG JOURNALISTS and school

paper advisers gathered from all over the country in Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur to compete for the National Schools Press Conference (NSPC) on January 22-25, 2017 with its theme “Strengthening Freedom of Information through Campus Journalism.”

Clea Anne Seares, lone Divinian and one of the

“Photography has always been my favorite hobby since seventh grade. These certain competitions served as a training ground for me to fortify my skills with the aid of my coach, Sir Jan Christopher Ryan Go,” Clea stated. “I was already contented, because I made it to the RSPC. Being qualified for the NSPC never crossed my mind.”

It was the first time of the Department of Educa-

tion of Region IX to host this annual event dubbed “the Olympics of Campus Writers” after 32 years.

Although she did not make it to the list of winners, she was still

The event commenced with a registration and parade of

happy. “What matters is that I was able to gain experience and be a

contestants. The opening program was held at Magayon

part of the NSPC,” she concluded.

Stage, Dao. Different performers from Zamboanga del Sur National High School lead the invocation, and provincial and regional hymns. Dr. Leonor Magtolis Briones congratulated the delegates for reaching the national level and recognized that making this far is no easy feat. She emphasized that “campus journalism has caused events and produced people that changed the course of Philippine history.”

Individual events began on the next day. An-

nouncement of winners for the school paper contest also took place on the same day. The group contests and awarding outstanding school paper advicers and campus journalist happened on the third day at the St. Columban College and Pagadian City Gym respectively. On the last day, they declared the winners of all the events and the top performing regions for the individual and group contests.

CALABARZON Region dominated the secondary level to claim

a historic five-peat over-all victory in the NSPC. Region III and Region XI placed second and third correspondingly.

I was already contented, because I made it to the RSPC. Being qualified for the NSPC never crossed my mind.


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NEWS

YEAR-END Christmas Program of the High School Department by Kyla Mari M. Guzman

THE ANNUAL OVER-ALL CHRISTMAS

The first ones off were from the Junior

For the 9th graders, the prepared

PROGRAM of the High School De-

High School. The prepared game for

game was “Blow Me”, but only the

partment was held last December 21,

the Grade 7 students is the “Human

students from Grade 9 Martin showed

2016 to celebrate the yuletide season

Centipede”, in which 10 students are

up, so they also won by default. The

of the year.

needed to participate, and its main

game “Blow Me” was continued by

after

goal is that for them to not break

the Grade 10 students, wherein they

the flag ceremony, in which students

their lines as they move around the

participated actively. The main goal

were tasked to go in their assigned

chair going back to where they came

of the game is to blow the ping pong

places at the quadrangle. Every class

from. The students of Grade 7 Lourdes

ball which is placed in a plastic cup

was given 5 minutes each to formu-

won this event. The second game is

late their own cheer to be performed

“Food War” and was prepared for

in the middle for everyone to witness.

the Grade 8 students, but only

game.

the students fom Grade 8 Therese

The

The

program

parlor

started

games

started

right after the roll

call.

en-

without making it fall. The St. Lorenzo Ruiz class won this

For the

tered, so they won by

default.

Senior High students, it was divided

also tied in their waist. The HUMSS

which was called “Sipsip”. The goal of

into 2 batches to play “Shoot That

class was declared the winner, a point

the game is that for the participants

Pen”. The first ones to compete were

ahead from the others.

to drink the soda using 2 straws, one

the students from STEM A, B, and C, in

After the fun games, the Cul-

inside and the other outside of the

which the STEM A won, because the

tural Club performed many trending

bottle. Mr. Wiliam Jared Real won the

other classes ran out of time choosing

dance moves which really amazed

game even though it was very chal-

their participants. The second batch

and entertained the audience. The

lenging. At exactly 10:30, the program

was from the classes of ABM, ABM-

beloved teachers of the High School

was finished and all of the students

GAS, and HUMSS. The main goal of

Department also presented a dance.

proceeded in their respective class-

the game is to shoot the pen that is

Before the program ended, the faculty

rooms for their class Christmas pro-

tied in the edge of the straw and is

and staff also had their parlor game,

gram.


TLE AND COMPUTER ROOM NEW EQUIPMENTS by Aldrin Joshua Bobita

TLE AND COMPUTER ROOMS are being renewed with a new set of equipment. The Computer room has been sup-

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SCI & TECH

7 Earth-Sized Planets discovered could possiblY sustain life by Juliene Ermie P. Berame

plied with 8 new computers. The new set of computers are supplied

been supplied with a new set of dif-

D

boundaries in search of solu-

ly bodies are located in the constel-

causing it to have too low tempera-

ferent kitchen utensils such as, a set

tions. After countless observations,

lation Aquarius which makes them

ture to have enough supply of liq-

trials, and experiments, all the hard

close to Earth.

uid water; whereas the planets 1b, c

work has eventually paid off due to

Since these planets revolve

and d – the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd planets

the recent discovery of seven new

around an ultra-cool dwarf star which

– may have too high temperature to

planets that are of the same size as

has a much lower temperature than

support enough liquid water. But as

the Earth which was announced last

the sun, these planets are closer to

for three of them, 1e, f, and g plan-

1st of March at a news briefing at

their star than Mer-

NASA Headquarters in Washington.

cury is to the sun.

Such seven planets are cur-

Also, they are very

rently named as TRAPPIST-1b, c, d, e,

close to each other

f, g and h, and they revolve around a

that if an individual

proof of the ceaseless

for these planets to

by the school’s supply officer, Mr. Rubin Bogaoit. The TLE room has

of knives, a set of spoons, a set of ladles, an egg slicer, whisks, and a mallet. There is also a new oven, gas stove, juicer, blender, a mortar and

ue to the increasing demands

Transiting Planets and Planetismals

lar size, mass, and temperature as to

for terrestrial places to live in

– the ultra-cool dwarf star in which

the Earth’s. The seventh planet – the

on Earth, scientists push their

the planets revolve at. These heaven-

1h – may be too far away from its star

This can be the solution to the long-awaited hunt for extra-terrestrial – a

ets – are in the habitable zone which means that there is a great possibility

single star. This discovery was made

looks up at the sky

human and technology

host oceans of liq-

pestle, and an electric mixer. They also supplied

through the use of the Spitzer tele-

from one of their

development.

uid water and sus-

a new table and a set of Monobloc chairs. Some

scope and other ground-based tele-

surfaces, he/she can

scopes.

see geological features of the adja-

tain life. This can be the solution to the

of the new equipments were donated, but most

These planets are called ex-

cent world which could sometimes

long-awaited hunt for extra-terrestrial

of them are purchased by the school.

oplanets because they are located

appear larger than the size of the

– a proof of the ceaseless human and

outside our solar system. Instead,

moon when seen on Earth.

technology development. With this ,

they can be found on the TRAPPIST-1

a new world awaits the human race

system wherein TRAPPIST stands for

inner six planets possibly have simi-

According to the study, the

and all life forms.


incomplete. Sh e sp oke Like a m e l ody F rom a d ista n t p a st T h e m e m or ie s I n eve r tol d T h ose wh ic h I th rew In a d e e p d e e p we l l I n eve r h op e d To eve r h e a r a g a in Sh e b roug h t out T h a t p a r t of m e I th oug h t I l ost T h a t wh ic h I n eve r Soug h t to f in d Ta ke n f rom m e By th e b itte r win d Sh e m a ke s m e wh ol e B a c k to wh o I wa s b e fore B ut th e th oug h t of h e r J ust ke e p s on b re a k in g m e a p a r t

— Buticeli, Jones

SHS


gone. Everything about her was perfect She was a gentle falling snow And I was the scorching summer She was a flower I did not allow to grow She was the lightning and I, the thunder I was but an echo of where she was A follower of the words she said T hen I defiled her heart made of glass She still stood firm, but I was left dead She was the warmth of the sun T hat I wasn't allowed to keep as mine For she was already someone else's And I was just for passing the time Truth is, I never had a chance W hen she was my whole world I must not have mattered, not even once

— broKEn TrIdenT SHS


life’s greatest trick . Surrounded by what it seems to be a hurricane I was just a drizzle To be everything was what I ever wanted to gain But as I step forward, life was not so simple

T he world has so much to offer But you held me up and asked to stay forever I wanted to explore and go with the wind “Together” you said, from that I knew I was pinned

I went away towards the East W hen I was free and was ready for all the risks T here I saw buildings and temples, ancient and gold But still my eyes were searching for you

Clearly for me these feelings are just a phase So drawn by beauty of “ W hat ifs” You have set out plans with no room for changes Unaware of these things in life could easily drift

Your love is so strong and it makes me weak Right person, wrong time, life greatest trick! Yet we’re still so young. So go, leave If it’s really me for you, I’ll be back soon

— jNGxi


cries of today Today, I will cr y with the falling rain With my sobs as loud as the thunder. My tears will flow over my cheeks — A river of sor row no one would wander.

I remembered you as the lightning striked, And memories came crashing through. You came into my life as a great stor m — A huge relief; a beautiful disaster, too.

I will weep no more when the time comes, And I would finally mend my broken heart. I know someday, I would finally realize That darling, we were meant to be apart.

— childish.sentiments

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