Yesterday, we featured the UP Med Aces men’s volleyball team. Of course, the UP Med Aces wouldn’t be complete without the women’s team, who bagged second runner-up in Palarong Medisina 2018! Led this year byContinue reading
by Aeron de la Cruz (UPCM Class 2014) This article was originally published in Thought Catalog, and is now published with the author’s permission. We’ve probably never met yet, but I have been searching forContinue reading
As Palarong Medisina 2019 draws closer and closer, we continue to showcase our stellar sports teams! Yesterday, we featured a team that made it to the semifinals last year. Today, we have a team that’sContinue reading
We’ve been to the water, to the field, to the courts, and even to the choir room, but if you think we’ve seen it all then you may have to think again. This time we’reContinue reading
By Janelle Uy (Class 2023) and Mark Teo (Class 2023) While not the central aspect of religion, money is still needed to help religions function towards their goal of helping those who are in need.Continue reading
By Mark Teo (Class 2023) let no sweetness choke you no sugar leave you blind a bitter pill to save your soul so long as you don’t mind the wrinkles in your stories of spurningContinue reading
For our fifth installment, we’re going out of the water and right back into the court. This time, we won’t deal with balls or discs, but with rackets and a little something called a shuttlecock.Continue reading
by Louie Dy (Class 2021) During every Chinese New Year celebration, we often hear the Chinese greeting “Kung Hei Fat Choi”, sometimes with the characters 恭喜發財. “Kung Hei Fat Choi” is actually very different fromContinue reading
We covered an interesting and relatively young sport in our last feature. This time, we’re going for a change of pace – and venue – as we dive right in with the UPCM Swim Team!
The Swim Team is led by the youngest team captains among all our teams. Sean Sy and Ryan Santiago are both direct entrants or IMEDs who are now in LU3 (Class 2023). Taahey share memories from their childhood and how they got into swimming, and how it has become an integral part of their lives. It is clear from their answers that they genuinely enjoy not just swimming, but also training with their teammates. If you’re the type who finds comfort in being in the water, then you might find that being part of the Swim Team is for you.
This is the second installment of our MVP (Meet our Varsity Players) series, where we feature the captains and leaders of our college’s dear varsity teams. In our opening article, we broke the stereotype thatContinue reading