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There’s Another Uniqlo Collab on the Way and It’s With Tomas Maier

If you're already thinking of how to spruce up your fashion looks for the summer, then you need not worry. Uniqlo just announced their newest collaboration and it's with German designer Tomas Maier, who is also the creative director of luxury brand Bottega Veneta. Tomas shared with Business of Fashion that his collection will consist of womenswear, menswear, and accessories, and is set to be launched, as mentioned, this summer. "Uniqlo has always offered their customers affordability and a designer point of view---this is just about a moment in time of getting together." It looks like a promising match because even if Tomas is not a minimalist, he still enjoys it. And he's ...Keep on reading: There’s Another Uniqlo Collab on the Way and It’s With Tomas Maier.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerFeb 20th, 2018

This New J.W. Anderson x Uniqlo Collab Makes Us Want to Spend Summer in the UK

J.W. Anderson's first collaboration with Uniqlo was such a success that he decided to do it again for spring 2018. This time, he went for something lightweight and more beach-appropriate. "In the second collection of the collaboration, I'm looking for this idea of 'British Summer,' the idea of being on Brighton beach," he said in a press release. The collection will feature denim jackets, water-repellant parkas, linen skirts, bucket hats, and a series of button-down and sailor-striped shirts. If summers in Brighton looked this cozy, we want the first plane ticket going to there ASAP. The full collection will be available on April 19. Let us know where you'll be weari...Keep on reading: This New J.W. Anderson x Uniqlo Collab Makes Us Want to Spend Summer in the UK.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 29th, 2018

Keep pain at bay for faster healing

Pain management is critical to healing. Without proper guidelines for treating pain, patients will experience delayed recovery, a longer hospital stay, readmission, and may eventually suffer from chronic pain. "It is not only an ethical problem but also a medical and economic problem," said Dr. Antonio Montero, head, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Unit, University Hospital Amau de Vilanova, Lerida, Spain. "Acute pain is the most common symptom experienced by surgical patients, and has historically been poorly evaluated and often underrated." Montero was one of the guest speakers during the Philippine College of Surgeons (PCS) 74th Annual PCS Congress, presented in collab...Keep on reading: Keep pain at bay for faster healing.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated News11 hr. 34 min. ago

Another Petron-F2 title clash looms

Petron and F2 Logistics seek to arrange another finals duel as the semifinal phase of the Philippine Superliga All-Filipino Conference get under way Tuesday at Muntinlupa Sports Center. F2 battles Generika-Ayala at 4:15 p.m while Petron, which ended the preliminaries at 10-0, will clash with Cignal at 7 p.m. Earlier, University of Santo Tomas tries to inch closer to the Collegiate Grand Slam championship when it faces University of the East at 2 p.m. After four previous titular showdowns, the Blaze Spikers and the Cargo Movers are tipped to make it all the way to the best-of-three finals after gaining twice-to-beat advantages in the Final Four....Keep on reading: Another Petron-F2 title clash looms.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated News11 hr. 34 min. ago

CJ Perez, Bolick lead 48 hopefuls to 2018 PBA Rookie Draft

THE cast has been set as a total of 48 hopefuls made themselves available for the 2018 PBA Rookie Draft. The University of the Philippines’ Paul Desiderio and Diego Dario were the last ones to submit their names over the weekend as this year’s applicants surpassed last season’s list of 44. The league’s decision to extend the deadline for local players to submit their applications from December 3 to 10 allowed both Desiderio and Dario to make the list at the last minute after playing for the Fighting Maroons in the UAAP Season 81 men’s basketball finals against eventual champion Ateneo Blue Eagles. Official list of applicants however, won’t be released by the league until Dec. 14 or two days before the draft proceedings to be held at the Robinson’s Place Manila, which formally sets in motion the PBA’s 44th season. All rookie hopefuls will also undergo the traditional Draft Combine scheduled Dec. 12 to 13 at the Hoops Center in Mandaluyong. The trio of CJ Perez, Bobby Ray Parks, and Robert Bolick lead the Class of 2018, with Columbian Dyip owning the right to the year’s no. 1 overall pick. Trevis Jackson, Matt Salem, Bong Quinto, Robbie Manalang, Abu Tratter, John Paul Calvo, Michael Calisaan, Teytey Teodoro, Javee Mocon, and Carlos Isit were among the early players who submitted their applications. Incidentally, three players with the same surname are included in the draft, namely, Kyles Lao of University of the Philippines, Kent Jefferson Lao of University of Santo Tomas, and Edrian Lao of University of the Visayas. Last year, Fil-German Christian Standhardinger was selected by San Miguel as the top rookie pick......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated News18 hr. 21 min. ago

UAAP Season 81 volleyball: DLS-Z brings girls title back to Alabang

De La Salle-Zobel brought the crown back to Alabang after completing a Finals series sweep of dethroned National University, 25-21, 25-23, 15-25, 16-25, 15-8, Sunday to rule the UAAP Season 81 girls volleyball tournament at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Just like in the series opener, the Junior Lady Spikers squandered a two-set lead but made up for their miscues with a strong start in the fifth frame to knock the Bullpups off the throne after a four-year reign. Season Most Valuable Player Angel Canino fired 19 attacks and had two kill blocks in her 21-point outing while Alleiah Malaluan added 15 points for the Alabang-based squad’s 10th title overall and first since Season 75 during the senior year of Dawn Macandili and Kim Kianna Dy.    “Lahat ng hirap ng mga bata yun talaga ang gusto kong bigyan ng appreciation. Kung hindi naman dahil sa kanila, yung tulong nila, yung sakripisyo nila hindi namin magagawa ito,” said sophomore DLS-Z coach Tina Salak, who herself was a two-time UAAP champion as setter for Far Eastern University in the mid-90s.  The Junior Lady Spikers opened the match on the right foot, taking the first two sets but Bullpups behind the trio of Faith Nisperos, Jimy Jamili and Erin Pangilinan fought back to force another five-set affair. DLS-Z zapped the energy away from NU with a devastating 8-0 barrage that saw Malauan land three of her four aces in the that telling opening run. The Bullpups were able to cut their deficit to 9-6 only to see the Junior Lady Spikers take the crown off their heads.   “Super happy (sa championship). Super happy rin po ako sa mga seniors kasi para sa kanila po yun (title), for the seniors po yun,” said second year hitter Canino. “Hindi ko rin po ini-expect na ganito ang lalaruin namin and super happy ako sa kilabasan na laro namin.” Finals MVP and outgoing captain Justine Nazareno had nine markers while Theo Bonafe got seven for DLS-Z, which will part ways with other graduating players Jewel Encarnacion, Giovannah Macavinta, Alyssa Cruz and Bea Bonafe. Nisperos finished with 21 points while Jamili and Pangilinan had 16 and 14 markers, respectively, for NU. Earlier, Canino received the season MVP award to go with her Best 1st Outside Spiker plum in a short ceremony. Malaluan was the Best 2nd Outside Spiker and Best Server winner. Other awardees were Adamson's May Ann Nique (Best 1st Middle Blocker) and Ayesha Juegos (Best Opposite Spiker), FEU-Diliman's Alexis Miner (Best 2nd Middle Blocker), NU's Camille Lamina (Best Setter) and University of Santo Tomas' Det Pepito (Best Libero). Meanwhile, the Bullpups inched closer to claiming the boys crown after taking down Far Eastern University-Diliman, 25-19, 22-25, 25-8, 25-13, in their best-of-three series opener. Game 2 of the Finals is on Wednesday.       --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 9th, 2018

UAAP: Unbeaten Bullpups bury Jr. Warriors in 72-point hole

STANDINGS NU 5-0 Ateneo 4-1 Adamson 3-2 DLSZ 3-2 FEU-Diliman 3-2 UST 2-3 UE 0-5 UPIS 0-5 Nazareth School of National University is far from full strength and yet, it remains the standard of the UAAP 81 Juniors Basketball Tournament. Gerry Abadiano and Terrence Fortea showed the way, but all of the Bullpups played their parts to perfection as they ran hapless University of the East out of the Blue Eagle Gym in Quezon City to the tune of a 72-point obliteration, 115-43, on Saturday. Abadiano and Fortea scored 17 and 16 points, respectively, to lead four other teammates in double-digits as they stayed spotless after five games. “Mas maganda yung movement ng bola namin kanina compared sa ibang games tapos yung defense naman, maganda rin from start to finish,” head coach Goldwin Monteverde said post-game. It was those two who got going right from tip-off and, alongside Reyland Torres and Kevin Quiambao, combined for 28 points in the first half. With just the four of them, NU already outscored all of the Junior Warriors at that point, 28-18. The Bullpups would not take their foot off the pedal the rest of the way even as Abadiano and Fortea rested on the bench for much of the second half. In the end, Torres had 13 points, six rebounds, three assists, and two steals while Quiambao had 10 markers, five boards, and two dimes. Little-known Menard Songcuya and Renzo Abiera also contributed 10 points apiece to help make up for the absence of Batang Gilas big man Carl Tamayo. “Yung process of becoming a team, yung biggest challenge pa rin namin is how to play together,” coach Goldwin said. Shane Dichoso paced still winless UE with nine points. In the day’s other game, Adamson High School topped University of Sto. Tomas in overtime, 77-74. Andrey Doria dropped half of his 14 points in the extra period to go along with a total of seven rebounds while brother Adam also added 18 markers, five boards, and three steals as the Baby Falcons forged a three-way tie for third-place at 3-2. Big man Lorenz Capulong also came up big with a 17-point, 14-rebound to make sure they overcame an off-game by main man Joem Sabandal who only had eight points before leaving the game due to an apparent left leg injury. For the Tiger Cubs, Mark Nonoy stuffed the stat sheet anew with 20 points, 10 rebounds, and eight assists. He also had 10 turnovers, however, and as a team, they saw their 34 turnovers get converted into 21 points to fall to 2-3 in the standings. BOX SCORES THIRD GAME NU 115 – Abadiano 17, Fortea 16, Torres 13, Quiambao 10, Songcuya 10, Abiera 10, Gonzales 7, Alarcon 6, Vinoya 6, Buensalida 5, Javillonar 4, Enriquez 4, Dayrit 4, Felicilda 3, Mailim 0. UE 43 – Dichoso 9, Flores 7, Agbas 6, Almacen 6, Escamilla 5, Sullano 4, Dy Tioco 3, Alinsoring 2, Villarta 1, Tan 0, Lima 0, Gatdula 0, Santos 0, Tajonera 0, Mendoza 0. QUARTER SCORES: 27-10, 57-18, 92-30, 115-43. FOURTH GAME ADAMSON 77 – Ad. Doria 18, Capulong 17, An. Doria 14, Sabandal 8, Prodigo 6, Engbino 5, Santos 4, Hanapi 2, Barcelona 2, Dominguez 1, Nitura 0. UST 74 – Nonoy 20, Marzan 16, Benzonan 14, Casingcasing 12, Lina 10, Sumabat 2, Oliva 0, Manabat 0, Estrella 0, Amador 0, Dumlao 0, Dolendo 0, Gamboa 0. QUARTER SCORES: 25-15, 40-32, 53-43, 66-66, 77-74. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 8th, 2018

Atio quips trip Kapunan

University of Santo Tomas (UST) Law Dean Nilo Divina claimed vindication in the indictment of lawyer Lorna Kapunan for unjust vexation for statements she made in connection with the hazing of Horacio “Atio” Castillo. A Department of Justice (DoJ) resolution dated 28 August 2018 said Kapunan’s statement that Divina was being “an obstructionist to justice” […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsDec 7th, 2018

NU, Ateneo out to add to woes of UE, UPIS in UAAP Jrs.

Games on Saturday at the Blue Eagle Gym 9:00 AM – FEU-Diliman vs DLSZ 11:00 AM – Ateneo vs UPIS 1:00 PM – NU vs UE 3:00 PM – UST vs Adamson STANDINGS NU 4-0 Ateneo 3-1 FEU-Diliman 3-1 Adamson 2-2 DLSZ 2-2 UST 2-2 UE 0-4 UPIS 0-4 It will be a battle between the top two teams and the bottom two teams in the continuation of the UAAP 81 Juniors Basketball Tournament. League-leading Nazareth School of National University stakes its spotless slate against winless University of the East while defending champion Ateneo de Manila High School shoots for a win run against also luckless University of the Philippines Integrated School on Saturday at the Blue Eagle Gym in Quezon City. The Bullpups (4-0) are pacing the tournament behind Batang Gilas players Carl Tamayo, Terrence Fortea, and Gerry Abadiano and are nothing but determined to keep doing so opposite the 0-4 Junior Warriors at 1:00 PM. Meanwhile, the Blue Eaglets (3-1) are out for back-to-back wins on the shoulders of towering teen Kai Sotto at the expense of the 0-4 Junior Maroons at 11:00 AM There will also be matchups between Far Eastern University-Diliman (3-1) and De La Salle Zobel (2-2) at 9:00 AM and between Adamson High School (2-2) and University of Sto. Tomas (2-2) at 3:00 PM. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 7th, 2018

Why UST students, alumni are excited about annual Paskuhan festivities

The University of Santo Tomas kicked off its much-awaited Christmas festivities or Paskuhan through the official opening of lights and firework display on December 3. A short video was shared on UST’s Facebook page and later got everyone excited for the Paskuhan concert, an annual free concert, on December 21. The theme this year is […] The post Why UST students, alumni are excited about annual Paskuhan festivities appeared first on Interaksyon......»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsDec 5th, 2018

UAAP Season 81 volleyball: Canino powers DLS-Z closer to title conquest

De La Salle-Zobel flirted with disaster before pulling off a huge 25-23, 28-26, 25-13, 25-19, 15-13, victory over defending four-time champion National University in the UAAP Season 81 girls high school volleyball tournament best-of-three Finals opener Wednesday at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Sophomore Angel Canino delivered crucial hits down the stretch in the fifth frame and fired 18 points – all from attacks - including the match-clinching off the block kill that pushed the Junior Lady Spikers a win away from their 10th title and first since Season 75. Belen attack error, hits the net. Canino wins it for DLS-Z! The Junior Lady Spikers take Game 1 of the best-of-three series pic.twitter.com/takTwPGYgR — Mark Escarlote (@fromtheriles) December 5, 2018 “Iko-commend ko lahat ng mga bata. Yung lahat ng sakripisyo nila, paggising ng maaga. Yung pagtitiis nila para maka-cope up sa mga studies nila, yun ang foundation na pinaghuhugutan namin para makarating rito at makuha namin ang Game 1,” said second year coach Tina Salak. Alleiah Malaluan finished with 16 points and 14 digs while Cassandra Carballo got seven points with five coming off aces for DLS-Z. The game went nip-and-tuck in throughout the fifth set much to the delight of the crowd inside the venue. Michaela Belen put the Bullpups on top, 12-11, after a kill block on Alleiah Malaluan. Canino answered back with a kill followed by an ace by Kajia Carangan for a 13-12 DLS-Z lead. Belen tied it at 13 but the reigning Most Valuable Player sent her next attack straight to the net that pushed the Junior Lady Spikers at match point. Canino finished off NU with a left corner attack that went off the block of Erin Pangilinan. “Total team effort ang ginawa nila ngayon,” said Salak. Game 2 is on Sunday at the same venue. “Siguro po hard work pa para pagdating sa Game 2 marami na kaming maiiwasang errors sa loob bng court. Kasi po ngayong Game 1 ang dami naming error pagdating sa receive, sa service at sa communication po,” said the 15-year old, Grade 9 student Canino of their adjustments for Game 2. The Junior Lady Spikers opened the duel smoking before taking a tough challenge in the second frame. DSLS-Z saved two set points in the second before stealing the frame. NU was quick to adjust and dominated the next two sets to force a decider. Evangeline Alinsug and Sheena Toring scored 16 points each for the Bullpups, who pounded 62 attack points but gave away 44 points off errors. Faith Nisperos finished with 11 attacks for 13 points while Belen had 12 markers.   Meanwhile, Far Eastern University-Diliman dethroned University of Sto. Tomas in a hard-earned, 24-26, 25-16, 25-23, 13-25, 15-9, do-or-die Final Four battle to book a high school boys championship showdown with National University. Jose Javelona led three other Baby Tamaraws in double figures with 19 points while adding 13 excellent receptions and 12 digs for an all-around effort. Mike Ferrer had 12 markers while Jomil Codilla got 11 for twice-to-beat FEU-Diliman, which dropped the series opener. The Finals series will open on Sunday. Tigercub Rey De Vega saw his 21-point output go to waste as UST lost the crown it earned last year at the expense of the Baby Tams. Jhun Senoron and Jaycon Adeva got 19 and 15 markers, respectively, for the Tigercubs, who gave away 42 points off errors.   ---     Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 5th, 2018

Throwback Thursday: Fra Lippo Lippi’s Per Sorensen performs with MPO, Dec. 6, Resorts World Manila

Back in the late 1980s, as a newbie associate editor joining managing editor James Saspa at Jingle music magazine, I remember a nerd-looking guy named Edilberto Sulat Jr. applying as a contributing writer in the record reviews section. He was then still in college at the University of Santo Tomas, but demonstrated confidence and style in his writing, which he bylined with a stylized Bert Jnr. The fun and fulfillment of writing in Jingle was that individuality and total freedom of expression were encouraged, such that Bert Jnr. could get away with his British colloquialisms and slang. At times I couldn't dig his idiosyncrasies. But now, looking back, I realized that, somehow, h...Keep on reading: Throwback Thursday: Fra Lippo Lippi’s Per Sorensen performs with MPO, Dec. 6, Resorts World Manila.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 4th, 2018

UAAP Season 81 high school volleyball: NU, DLSZ girls open title series

Five-peat seeking National University and De La Salle-Zobel open their best-of-three title series in the girls division of the UAAP Season 81 high school volleyball tournament at 12 noon Wednesday at the Filoil Flying V Centre.        The Bullpups won their first meeting, 22-25, 25-23, 25-15 25-22, in their first meeting last Oct. 14, before the Junior Lady Spikers rebounded with a 25-18, 25-12, 18-25, 25-20 win that ended their foes nine-match unbeaten run last Nov. 21.        Graduating skipper Faith Nisperos will banner NU, along with last year's MVP Mhicaela Belen and Alyssa Solomon, while setter Camilla Lamina has proved her worth as worthy replacement for Joyme Cagande in orchestrating their plays.      Angel Canino and Alleiah Malaluan, who finished 1-2 in scoring in the preliminaries, will lead De La Salle-Zobel, which is making huge strides under coach Tina Salak.        The Junior Lady Spikers are making their first Finals appearance since completing a three-peat in 2013 with a powerhouse roster led by Kim Kianna Dy and Dawn Macandili, where they beat the Bullpups in the Finals. Incidentally, De La Salle-Zobel is the winningest girls program with nine championships.        Boys titleholder University of Santo Tomas and Far Eastern University-Diliman will dispute the remaining Finals slot at 10 a.m.  The winner of the do-or-die match will face NU in the best-of-three series starting Sunday......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 4th, 2018

Erring Cebu shops closed, penalized

A total 1,019 establishments recently got the whip from Cebu City’s Task Force on the Inspection and Investigation of Business Permits (TFIIBP) for operating without permit. Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmeña also ordered the closure of 47 other shops, according to TFIIBP acting head Melvin Bacalso. “Many of these business establishments responded to the notices […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsDec 4th, 2018

UAAP Season 81 athletics: UP male tracksters end 36-year title drought

University of the Philippines needed a strong showing in the past two days to end a 36-year title drought in the men's division of the UAAP Season 81 athletics championships Sunday at the Philsports oval.        Trailing by 39 points entering the midway point of the five-day competition, the Fighting Maroons banked on a 1-2-3 finish in the 400-meter hurdles, a podium sweep in the 800-meter run, and gold medals in the 4x100-meter relay and in the discus throw to seize the upperhand Saturday and never looked back.         With 426 points, UP ended Far Eastern University's eight-year reign.  The Morayta-based squad had 262 points in second place, while University of the East finished third with 185 points.        The Maroons thus claimed their 19th championship overall - and the first since 1981-82 season.                In his fourth year with UP, coach Rio dela Cruz fulfilled the school's mission to become the kings of track and field once more.        "Well, bago ako pumasok, yung pagpili ng head coach, eh isa ito sa ibinigay kong goal sa kanila na after siguro three to four years, yung ina-achieve namin, gusto namin maging champion," said dela Cruz, who is instrumental in reviving the once-dormant Maroons' athletics program. "We are very happy na natupad namin. Hindi ko ma-explain yung pakiramdam. Talagang iba itong achievement na ito."        University of Santo Tomas ruled the women's division for the fifth straight year with 338 points to defeat FEU by only 11 points in a hotly-contested duel for the crown. UP tallied 203 points in third spot.      University of the East's young long distance specialist James Darrel Orduna, who won golds in the 10,000-meter run, 3,000-meter steeplechase and 5,000-meter run to go with a 1,500-run bronze, was the men's rookie-MVP.      UST's Louielyn Palmatian claimed the women's MVP honors for the third straight season after emerging victorious in the 800-meter and 400-meter run and in the 4×400-meter relay.  She bagged silver medals in 200-meter and 5,000-meter runs.        In the juniors division, UE completed another championship double.        UE had 383 points to achieve a six-peat in the boys side, besting UST and Adamson University in the process. Edgar Carrado of the Baby Falcons, who took the boys MVP plum after winning four golds and a silver.        With 465 points, UE defeated National Uniand UST to annex the girls title for the fourth straight year. Abegail Manzano of the Bullpups was named the girls MVP after a four-gold, one-bronze haul. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 2nd, 2018

UAAP Season 81 volleyball: Bullpups clinch Finals seat; Tigercubs force decider

National University advanced to the best-of-three championship series but will have to wait for its opponent after University of Sto. Tomas forced a winner-take-all semis showdown against Far Eastern University Saturday in the UAAP Season 81 boys volleyball tournament. The top seed Bullpups cruised into the Finals after rolling past Adamson University, 25-17, 25-15, 25-11, in their Final Four pairing at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Mac Arvin Bandola and Michael Fortuna teamed up on offense to submit the Baby Falcons in just 61 minutes of action. Bandola wreaked havoc at the net after scoring eight kill blocks in his 15-point production while Fortuna got nine kills, two kill blocks and an ace for NU. Pol Salvador posted eight of his nine markers off attacks while adding 12 digs for the Bullpups. Meanwhile, defending champion UST lived to fight another day with a 25-15, 25-20, 25-15 win over twice-to-beat FEU. Skipper Jhun Senoron displayed his scoring prowess with 20 points off 12 kills, seven aces and a kill block for 20 points for the Tigercubs. Jaycon Adeva and Rey De Vega added 12 and 10 markers, respectively, for UST, which landed 13 aces. The do-or-die match for the last championship seat is on Wednesday.  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsDec 2nd, 2018

UAAP: Eaglets eye bounce back vs Jr. Archers; NU out to stay spotless

Games on Saturday at the Blue Eagle Gym 9:00 AM – UPIS vs NU 11:00 AM – FEU-Diliman vs Adamson 1:00 PM – UE vs UST 3:00 PM – DLSZ vs Ateneo Nazareth School of National University has grand plans of remaining as the pacesetter in the UAAP 81 Juniors Basketball Tournament. To do so, the Bullpups will have to take care of business against an upset-conscious University of the Philippines Integrated School on Saturday at the Blue Eagle Gym in Quezon City. NU (3-0) is now the league’s lone undefeated team and all of Carl Tamayo, Terrence Fortea, and Gerry Abadiano will still go all out to pass the test to be put up by the Junior Maroons (0-3) at 9:00 AM. Meanwhile, after suffering its first setback, Ateneo de Manila High School will also go all out to get back on track at the expense of archrival De La Salle Zobel at 3:00 PM. Kai Sotto is expected to have easy pickings for the Blue Eaglets (2-1) who are set to face a Raven Cortez-less frontline of the Junior Archers (2-1). There will also be matchups between two playoff hopefuls in Far Eastern University-Diliman (2-1) and Adamson High School (2-1) at 11:00 AM as well as between University of Sto. Tomas (1-2) and University of the East (0-3) at 1:00 PM. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsNov 30th, 2018

November 30, 2018 Visayas Weather Forecast

VALID BEGINNING: 6:00 AM today until 6:00 AM tomorrow SYNOPSIS: At 3:00 AM today, the Low Pressure Area (LPA) (formerly “TOMAS” {MAN-YI}) was estimated based on all available data at 1,335 km East Northeast of Basco, Batanes (24.2 N, 134.3 E). Northeast Monsoon affecting Northern and Central Luzon. Forecast: Sunny & Partly cloudy with isolated […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsNov 30th, 2018

DTI, DA, NFA launch prescribed labeling, SRP for rice

DTI Secretary Ramon Lopez, DA Secretary Emmanuel Piñol, and NFA Deputy Administrator Tomas Escarez joined forces in launching the prescribed labeling and suggested retail price (SRP) for milled rice on 27 October 2018 at Commonwealth Market in Quezon City......»»

Category: newsSource:  samarnewsRelated NewsNov 29th, 2018

Bar exam ‘salubong’ couple inspires with life of trials and lasting love

After four grueling Sundays, exhausted bar examinees exited the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila to cheers, food and open arms from loved ones and supporters. There was one member in the ritual "salubong" (welcome) who stood out: a man with a head full of white hair with his arm around his spouse. The woman, like many an examinee, must have felt a mix of nerves, shock and relief. A video and pictures of the couple were captured by Vance Louie Garcia and postedon Facebook last Nov. 25. The post inspired many to tag their loved ones to do the same for them when their hair goes gray. The examinee is 58-year-old Aimee de Guzman, better known as "Mommy Aimee," she told I...Keep on reading: Bar exam ‘salubong’ couple inspires with life of trials and lasting love.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsNov 29th, 2018

Angas ni Castro nagpaalagwa sa Lady Tamaraws

LUMAGARE si Clare Castro ng 32 points at 15 rebounds nang maalpasan ng second-ranked Far Eastern University ang No. 4 University of Santo Tomas, 68-66, at ihulma na ang duwelo sa titulo sa National University sa 81st University Athletic Association of the Philippines 2018 women’s basketball tournament sa Big Dome sa Quezon City. Lumabas pa ng rim ang bola… link: Angas ni Castro nagpaalagwa sa Lady Tamaraws.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 29th, 2018