Former UE Red Warriors Coach Boycie Zamar, Ulirang Ama 2016 Awardee

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Congratulations to UE alumnus and former UE Red Warriors Men’s Basketball Team Head Coach David “Boycie” D. Zamar, one of the awardees of 23rd Ulirang Ama Awards. The awarding ceremony was held on Father’s Day, June 19, 2016 at The Manila Hotel.

Recognized as the lone Ulirang Ama Awardee in the field of Sports and Culture for 2016, Coach Boycie was a member of the last two UE Red Warriors Men’s Basketball Teams to capture the UAAP Men’s Basketball trophy in 1984 and 1985.

Coach Boycie was the Head Coach of his Alma Mater’s men’s basketball team twice. First was from 2001 to 2003, helming a lineup composed of James Yap, Ronald Tubid and Paul Artadi, among others, to consecutive UAAP Final Four appearances. He once again took over coaching duties for the team from mid-2012 until 2014.

Coach Boycie is married to Esperanza Zamar, with whom he has two children, Paul Christian, himself a former member of the UE Red Warriors Men’s Basketball Team, and Carissa Phoebe.

Organized by the Ulirang Ina Ama Foundation Inc., the Ulirang Ama Awards recognizes outstanding Filipino fathers who have shown success in their professional lives while fulfilling their role as head of their respective families.

The photo here shows Coach Boycie with his Ulirang Ama award with (from left) his son and former UE Red Warrior Paul Zamar, and former UE College of Business Administration-Caloocan Dean and UE alumnus Eduardo Trinidad.

Cheers to the great Warrior-Coach and Warrior-Father!

UE BELS Manila Mission-Vision

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University of the East Basic Education Laboratory Schools
In the Service of Youth, Country and God

 

THE UE MISSION STATEMENT

Imploring the aid of Divine Providence, the University of the East dedicates itself to the service of youth, country and God, and declares adherence to academic freedom, progressive instruction, creative scholarship, goodwill among nations and constructive educational leadership.

Inspired and sustained by a deep sense of dedication and a compelling yearning for relevance, the University of the East hereby declares as its goal and addresses itself to the development of a just, progressive and humane society.

 

THE UE VISION STATEMENT

As a private non-sectarian institution of higher learning, the University of the East commits itself to producing, through relevant and affordable quality education, morally upright and competent leaders in various professions, imbued with a strong sense of service to their fellowmen and their country.

 

THE UE BELS VISION

We, the dedicated BELS mentors, commit ourselves to the holistic development and formation of individuals who are imbued with competence and a deep sense of nationalism, and are God-loving, service-oriented, environment-friendly and primed for leadership in a just, progressive and humane society.

 

THE UE BELS MISSION

We devote ourselves in providing affordable quality education to nurture individuals in a multi-cultural society and to mold them to become academically equipped, God-loving, environmentally sensitive and truly Filipino.

 

THE UE BELS OBJECTIVES    

As a laboratory school of the College of Education, the BELS serves as a venue in translating educational theories, principles, strategies, approaches and methodologies in a formal school setting.

 

As a Basic Education Department, we:

  1. Provide basic academic and life skills to strengthen students’ social, cultural, ethical and moral values
  2. Adopt research-based teaching-learning strategies and activities for discovering and enhancing children’s multiple intelligences
  3. Develop programs to strengthen the articulation of the core values of the UE ESLS
  4. Strengthen the outreach program to instill a deep sense of social responsibility, volunteerism and passionate service.

 

 

THE UE BELS CORE VALUES

 

A student of the UE ESLS practices:

Uprightness of Character

Excellence

Environment-friendliness

Social and Moral Responsibility

Loyalty and Integrity

Service-orientedness

UE EHSD Caloocan Mission-Vision

 

 

 

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~ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES~

1. To provide students learning opportunities for the acquisition of values and basic skills that will help them become enlightened, critical, creative and productive members of the society;
2. To provide the students adequate learning opportunities and facilities for the development of their abilities that will help them cope with life’s challenges;
3. To produce quality students who are adequately prepared for the challenges of Secondary Education.

~HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OBJECTIVES~

1. To provide learning experiences for the students that will help them discover and enhance their aptitudes, talents and interest.
2. To provide learning opportunities for the development of the students’ intellectual, moral, physical and cultural aspects and acquisitions of skills and values, which will help them, become better and productive members of society.
3. To make students appreciate their important role in the protection and preservation of the environment and nation building; and
4. To produce competent students who are adequately prepared for the challenges of Tertiary level.

~University of the East – Goals and Objectives~
To attract and retain:
1 .Highly motivated, diligent and ambitious students, desire to improve themselves and their community

2. Competent, scholarly committed, dedicated and morally upright teaching staff

3. Competent, efficient and morally upright employees

4. To expand educational opportunities to the deserving but financially disadvantaged

5. To upgrade facilities and equipment to the advantage of advances in relevant technologies

6. To utilize resources responsibly and efficiently

7. To graduates who will have the requisite knowledge, skills and values to meet the challenges of the national and international demands in their professions

UE Freshman Defeats Top-Seed US Opponent, is Last Asian Standing at French Open!

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Our Warrior athlete and the Philippines’ bet at the ongoing French Open tennis tournament, UE Red Warriors Lawn Tennis Team member Alberto “AJ” Lim Jr., has defied considerable odds to overwhelm top-seed US player world no. 3 Ulysses Blanch on June 1, 2016, at the Roland Garros Stadium in Paris, France.

The game, which is part of the French Open’s Junior World Division and was postponed from its original May 31 schedule due to foul weather, saw AJ defeat his American counterpart in very convincing fashion, 6-3, 6-1.

Not only has AJ attained this latest victory, he is also the last Asian player left at the ongoing French Open. (The photo here shows him being interviewed by the cable channel Fox Sports Asia.)

Last May 29, AJ, whose current world rank of no. 23 could further improve, beat his first-round French Open opponent, France’s Constantin Bittoun Kouzmine (world rank: 60), 6-1, 3-6, 6-2.

AJ, who turned 17 last May 18, is the fourth ever Filipino athlete and the first ever UE Red Warrior to play at the French Open. He is a Bachelor of Science in Business Management freshman at the UE College of Business Administration-Manila (CBA Manila).

AJ’s coach is Engr. Numero Lim, who is the Head Coach of the UE Red Warriors’ Men’s Lawn Tennis Team.

To date, AJ has four matches to go, with his latest set for today, June 2, 11 a.m. (Paris time) against Germany’s Marvin Moeller (world rank no. 34). If AJ wins today’s match, he will advance to the quarterfinals of the French Open’s Junior World Division.

The French Open, one of the world’s most prestigious tennis tournaments, is ongoing up to June 6. AJ and Coach Lim’s itinerary this year will include heading to the Wimbledon Open in London on June 20 to 27; the Summer Olympics in Rio De Janiero on August 6 to 14; and the US Open on August 29 to September 11.

The Lim brothers thank UE Vice Chairman and Philippine Airlines President Jaime Bautista for supporting their trips to the French Open and the Wimbledon Open.

The annual French Open, which is also named after French aviator Roland Garros, is said to be the premier clay court tennis championship in the world, is the second of four annual Grand Slam tournaments, and is deemed the world’s most physically demanding tennis tournament.

Keep playing and keep winning for UE and the country, AJ and Coach Lim! Go fight, Red and White!

UE Graduates among TOSP-NCR Finalists for 2016

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Three fresh UE graduates—Julie Ann B. Hinolan, Ace Benneth E. Jacinto and Janssen Rae B. Ramos—have emerged among the National Capital Region (NCR) finalists of the 2016 search for the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP-NCR)! All three warrior graduates earned their respective degrees at the 68th UE Yearend Commencement Rites last April 22, 2016 at the PICC.

Ms. Julie Ann Hinolan earned her Bachelor of Science in Accountancy degree, Magna Cum Laude, from the UE College of Business Administration-Manila. She was one of two UE delegates in the 17th Ayala Young Leaders Congress in February 2015, where she had the chance to meet some of local business’ movers and shakers, most notably Jaime Augusto and Fernando Zobel de Ayala of Ayala Corporation.

Mr. Ace Benneth Jacinto, a Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering graduate of the UE College of Engineering-Caloocan, was the UE Caloocan Leadership Awardee for Men at this year’s UE CEng’g Caloocan yearend commencement rite.

He had been the First-Year Representative (2011-2012) and the Business Manager (2012-2013) of the UE Caloocan Engineering Student Council. He then served as the President of the UE Caloocan Central Student Council in SY 2013-2014. He also served as Central Director (2013-2014) and Executive Chairman (2015-2016) of Lakas ng Mag-aaral ng Pamantasan ng Silangan (LAMPS).

Mr. Jacinto had likewise been the Research and Development Secretary (2013-2014), Research and Development Co-Chairman (2014-2015) and External Secretary (2015-2016) of the Electronics Engineers Society-Institute of Electronics Engineers in the Philippines, and was the External Vice President and Vice President for Community Development and Outreach of the College Y Club in SY 2014-2015.

Mr. Jacinto was an Academic Excellence Awardee in 2012 and 2013, and was an Outstanding Delegate Awardee of the YMCA Student Congress in 2013.

Mr. Janssen Rae Ramos, who earned his Bachelor of Science in Accountancy degree, Magna Cum Laude, from the UE College of Business Administration-Caloocan, is the UE Outstanding Graduate Awardee and UE CBA Caloocan’s College Distinguished Graduate Awardee for SY 2015-2016. He was also UE Caloocan’s Outstanding Student Leader Awardee during the Campus’ 2016 Recognition Day.

Mr. Ramos had served as the UE Caloocan Student Council President for SY 2015-2016, and as Chair of the Student Crime Prevention Committee. He had also been the President (SY 2014-2015) and Vice President for Academics (SY 2013-2014) of the UE Caloocan College Y Club; Auditor of the Regional Council of YMCA of Manila College Y Club in SY 2014-2015; and Head and Student Adviser of the UE Caloocan Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA) Debate Society in SYs 2014-2015 and 2015-2015, respectively.

An active participant of the YMCA Student Congress, Mr. Ramos had been thrice awarded the Outstanding Student Delegate (2013, 2014, 2015) of the congress. He also placed eighth in the National CPA Mock Board Exams in the 2015 Accountancy Student Seminar and Extracurricular Training.

The Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines search is an annual recognition program of the RFM Foundation Inc. in cooperation with RFM Corporation, the Commission on Higher Education, the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company and the Outstanding Students of the Philippines Alumni Community.

Congratulations on all that you have achieved thus far, Warrior Graduates! And good luck on the next round of TOSP 2016!

UE College Freshman is First Ever Tennis Red Warrior in Prestigious French Open!

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UE Red Warriors Lawn Tennis Team member Alberto “AJ” Lim Jr. is competing full steam ahead at the Junior World Division of the French Open, one of the world’s most prestigious tennis tournaments.

To date, AJ, who is ranked no. 23 among the world’s top tennis players, has advanced to the French Open Junior World Division’s second round after beating France’s Constantin Bittoun Kouzmine (world rank: 60), 6-1, 3-6, 6-2, on May 29, 2016, at the Stade Roland Garros tennis courts in Paris, France.

The 17-year-old AJ is the fourth ever Filipino athlete and the first ever UE Red Warrior to play at the French Open. He is a Bachelor of Science in Business Management freshman at the UE College of Business Administration-Manila (CBA Manila).

(The Manila Bulletin’s and The Manila Times’ respective print editions for May 31, 2016, published these news reports on AJ Lim at the French Open: http://www.mb.com.ph/pinoy-overwhelms-french-rival/; http://www.manilatimes.net/lim-advances-in-french-open-juniors/265095/)

On May 31, AJ will be facing world no. 3 Ulysses Blanch of the USA at the Roland Garros Stadium. This year’s French Open is ongoing up to June 6.

AJ is mentored by elder brother Numero Lim, who is the Head Coach of the UE Red Warriors Lawn Tennis Team. The photo here shows AJ (at right) and Coach Lim. Their father, Alberto Lim Sr., is a BS Accountancy alumnus of UE CBA Manila.

Under Coach Lim, the UE Red Warriors Lawn Tennis Team had earned back-to-back 2nd Runner-up Men’s Lawn Tennis titles in UAAP Seasons 77 and 78; Coach Lim is confident that the team would earn for the University the coveted UAAP Men’s Lawn Tennis championship crown in Season 79.

For his part, Coach Lim, a Mapúa Institute of Technology graduate, had been the International Tennis Federation junior world no. 87 and Asian no. 5 junior lawn tennis player.

After the French Open, Coach Lim and AJ will head to London for the Wimbledon Open on June 20 to 27. The brothers thank UE Vice Chairman and Philippine Airlines President Jaime Bautista for supporting their trips to the French Open and the Wimbledon Open.

AJ could also play for the US Open, which will be held on August 29 to September 11, 2016.

The annual French Open, which is also named after French aviator Roland Garros, is said to be the premier clay court tennis championship in the world, is the second of four annual Grand Slam tournaments, and is deemed the world’s most physically demanding tennis tournament.

Kudos and best wishes to AJ and Coach Lim for playing for the University and for the country at the French Open! Go fight, Red and White!

Pre-Dent Sophomore is One of UE’s Bets in Inter-school Songwriting Tilt!

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Cole Anthony P. Noguera, an incoming second-year Pre-Dentistry student of the UE College of Dentistry, is co-representing the University in Campusition 2016, an inter-school songwriting competition!

Mr. Noguera is seeking votes from the UE community for his Campusition entry. You can see and hear him perform his song and vote for it here: http://www.legatomag.com/campusition2016/school/quarterfinals/8

Mr. Noguera wrote his entry, “Serenade to the Broken,” by himself and the song was inspired by his girlfriend. He considers his family as his big musical influence and has long been musically inclined, dating back to when he started playing classical pieces on the piano at age 7. He also plays guitar, bass and drums, and has been dabbling in songwriting for some time now.

The lyrics to “Serenade to the Broken” can be seen at the bottom of this post.

Campusition is a project of Legato Music Magazine, which “aims to discover the hidden gems of OPM and bring them to the spotlight, starting from the youth. We want to inspire young musicians to continue producing and playing their original compositions.” With its “passion in upholding local music,” Legato “aspires to be relevant in keeping the OPM scene vibrant as ever.

Campusition has four rounds: elimination, quarterfinals, semifinals and finals. The competition is currently in the quarterfinals phase, from which 10 finalists would be chosen to go on to the semifinals. Online votes will comprise 40% of the contestant’s score, so your vote will count!

The grand prize winner will receive a ₱100,000 cash prize, be entitled to an EP recording of her work and the production of a music video of her winning piece. (The four finalists will each receive a ₱10,000 cash prize.)

Voting ends on June 17, 2016 at 6 p.m. Vote now and let’s help Mr. Noguera keep making music a significant part of his life while representing UE!

Good luck, Singing-Songwriting Warrior!

(Photo from http://www.legatomag.com/campusition2016/school/quarterfinals/8)

Serenade of the Broken
by Cole Anthony P. Noguera

Verse 1:
Should’ve said I’m sorry
I don’t know what to do
I’m all messed up
And I am screwed

I don’t know what to say for all the things
I’ve done to you
’Cause I know to you
I’m just a big mistake

Pre-chorus:
Don’t you smile when you feel like crying
Don’t you laugh when your heart is aching
Don’t you tell me you love me when you’re in pain..

Chorus:
’Cause tonight
Rain is falling
Along with my heart
that started bleeding

’Cause the day the you left
And the day that you said goodbye
Is the moment I’ll regret
For the rest of my life

Verse 2:
Now that you’re gone
What should I do?
I’m all alone in this house
With nothing to do

’Cause I’m on the verge
Of breaking down
Oh babe, please come back to me

[Pre-chorus]

’Cause when you feel like coming back
And when you feel like starting all over again
The door is always open for you.

[Repeat chorus]

Broadcasting Student is One of UE’s Bets in Inter-school Songwriting Tilt!

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Warrior Student Jennalyn Armas, an incoming third-year AB Broadcasting of the UE College of Arts and Sciences-Manila, is co-representing the University in Campusition 2016, an inter-school songwriting competition!

Ms. Armas is seeking votes from the UE community for her Campusition entry. You can see and hear her perform her song and vote for it here: http://www.legatomag.com/campusition2016/school/quarterfinals/12

A self-proclaimed “dreamer” who believes “in the impossible” and is “passionate” for the things she loves, Ms. Armas says her self-written tune was inspired by “a story in my dreams.” She classifies “Sandali Lang” as a soulful, jazzy ballad, and cites singers Tori Kelly, Brian McKnight and Mariah Carey are her musical influences.

Campusition 2016 marks Ms. Armas’ first time to join a songwriting composition and calls the experience “thrilling… I’m not a professional songwriter. All I know is to write according to the dictates of my heart.”

The lyrics to “Sandali Lang” can be seen at the bottom of this post.

Campusition is a project of Legato Music Magazine, which “aims to discover the hidden gems of OPM and bring them to the spotlight, starting from the youth. We want to inspire young musicians to continue producing and playing their original compositions.” With its “passion in upholding local music,” Legato “aspires to be relevant in keeping the OPM scene vibrant as ever.

Campusition has four rounds: elimination, quarterfinals, semifinals and finals. The competition is currently in the quarterfinals phase, from which 10 finalists would be chosen to go on to the semifinals. Online votes will comprise 40% of the contestant’s score, so your vote will count!

The grand prize winner will receive a ₱100,000 cash prize, be entitled to an EP recording of her work and the production of a music video of her winning piece. (The four finalists will each receive a ₱10,000 cash prize.)

Voting ends on June 17, 2016 at 6 p.m. Vote now and let’s help Ms. Armas make music and dream big while representing UE!

Good luck, Singing-Songwriting Warrior!

(Photo from http://www.legatomag.com/campusition2016/school/quarterfinals/12)

“Sandali Lang”
by Jennalyn Armas

I
Nagbabalik na mga alaala
Sa panaginip ko ika’y muling nakita
Nananalangin teka lang huwag muna
Kahit sandali man lang ay nais pa kitang makita at

II
Mga kamay ay muling mahawakan
Mga mata ay muling matitigan
Mga ngiti sa ’yong labi ay muling masilayan

Chorus:
Sandali lang
Huwag ka munang umalis sa ’king tabi
Huwag mo munang sabihin ang salitang paalam mahal

III
Alam kong ’di na maibabalik pa’ng kahapon
Alam kong ’di na mababago pa’ng nakaraan
Ngunit kung may isang dalangin lang ako

’Yun ay muli kang makasama
’Yun ay muli kang makapiling
’Yun ay muli kang mahagkan
At paulit-ulit na sabihin na mahal na mahal kita

(Repeat chorus to fade)

Fresh Broadcasting Grad is One of UE’s Bets in Inter-school Songwriting Tilt!

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A Warrior Graduate of the UE College of Arts and Sciences-Manila, Mr. Carlo G. Torres III, is co-representing the University of the East in Campusition 2016, an inter-school songwriting competition!

Mr. Torres is seeking the support of everyone in the UE community as he vies for the top prize in Campusition 2016. You can see and hear him perform his Campusition entry and vote for it here: http://www.legatomag.com/campusition2016/school/quarterfinals/27

His entry is titled “Chance,” a love song he wrote with his good friend Emil Medina, who is the song’s lead vocalist.

“Chance,” says Mr. Torres (who is seen in the photo here, at right, with Mr. Medina), was inspired by “people who are still waiting and hoping for another chance,” as well as an “intimate experience with what we love to do, [which in my case is] music.” He cites being influenced in his love and passion for music by his uncle and choir master, Mr. Rodrigo Torres Sr. of Coro Agustino of the San Agustin Parish Church in Lubao, Pampanga.

Mr. Torres, who says, “We don’t make music for the eyes. We make music for the ears,” earned his UE Bachelor of Arts in Broadcasting degree just last April. He had been a fourth-year representative of the UE Manila-based Association of Broadcasting Students and was a college school in his second semester as a senior.

The lyrics to “Chance” can be seen at the bottom of this post.

Campusition is a project of Legato Music Magazine, which “aims to discover the hidden gems of OPM and bring them to the spotlight, starting from the youth. We want to inspire young musicians to continue producing and playing their original compositions.” With its “passion in upholding local music,” Legato “aspires to be relevant in keeping the OPM scene vibrant as ever.

Campusition has four rounds: elimination, quarterfinals, semifinals and finals. The competition is currently in the quarterfinals phase, from which 10 finalists would be chosen to go on to the semifinals. Online votes will comprise 40% of the contestant’s score, so your vote will count!

The grand prize winner will receive a ₱100,000 cash prize, be entitled to an EP recording of her work and the production of a music video of her winning piece. (The four finalists will each receive a ₱10,000 cash prize.)

Voting ends on June 17, 2016 at 6 p.m. Vote now and let’s help Mr. Torres keep representing UE in Campusition 2016! Good luck, Songwriting Warrior!

(Photo from http://www.legatomag.com/campusition2016/school/quarterfinals/27)

“Chance”
by Carlo Torres III and Emil Medina

I
I’ve been thinking, about what you have said
I’ve been wondering if this could be the end
I didn’t notice that the feeling is fading
All I’m asking is for you to stay

*****
So please, don’t let me go.
And I’ll promise that I’ll love you more.
‘Cause I believe that there’s a chance
For you and me….

II
I’m still waiting, that you would answer me
My mind is asking of what it could be.
I tried to call you to tell you I miss you.
And I just want to wrap my arms to you.

Repeat *****

Ad lib

Coda
I’m down on my knees
Begging you…..

Repeat *****

Psych Student is One of UE’s Bets in Inter-school Songwriting Tilt!

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A Warrior Student, UE College of Arts and Sciences-Manila’s Aviecayl V. Uy, is co-representing the University of the East in Campusition 2016, an inter-school songwriting competition!

Ms. Uy now seeks the support of everyone in the UE community as she makes her way through Campusition 2016. You can see and hear her perform her Campusition entry and vote for her here: http://www.legatomag.com/campusition2016/school/quarterfinals/7

Now on her third year as a UE Bachelor of Science in Psychology major, Ms. Uy is also a singer-songwriter. She says, through her Campusition profile, that “I write from my own experiences, but I also write based on the experiences of other people. I started writing when I was in third grade, and learned how to play the guitar and piano in high school.”

Ms. Uy decided to join Campusition after seeing a poster about it at the bulletin board of the Student Affairs Office (SAO) in UE Manila. Her entry is titled “Islaw,” a song she wrote by herself. “I wrote about achieving one’s goals or dreams,” Ms. Uy says of her self-written entry. “The song is about me almost giving up on my dream, but deciding not to do so because of a person who inspired me to achieve my goals. ‘Islaw’ refers to the person, a musician, who inspired me to keep going: the vocalist of the Filipino band Franco,” referring to vocalist-guitarist Franco Reyes.

The lyrics to “Islaw” can be seen at the bottom of this post.

Campusition is a project of Legato Music Magazine, which “aims to discover the hidden gems of OPM and bring them to the spotlight, starting from the youth. We want to inspire young musicians to continue producing and playing their original compositions.” With its “passion in upholding local music,” Legato “aspires to be relevant in keeping the OPM scene vibrant as ever.

Campusition has four rounds: elimination, quarterfinals, semifinals and finals. The competition is currently in the quarterfinals phase, from which 10 finalists would be chosen to go on to the semifinals. Online votes will comprise 40% of the contestant’s score, so your vote will count!

The grand prize winner will receive a ₱100,000 cash prize, be entitled to an EP recording of her work and the production of a music video of her winning piece. (The four finalists will each receive a ₱10,000 cash prize.)

Voting ends on June 17, 2016 at 6 p.m. Vote now and let’s help Ms. Uy keep spreading good, inspiring vibes while representing UE!

Good luck, Singing-Songwriting Warrior!

(Photo from http://www.legatomag.com/campusition2016/school/quarterfinals/7)

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“Islaw”
by Aviecayl V. Uy

You said, if you have a goal
If you have a dream, just go for it
You said, if you write a song
Then don’t belong, you just do it

Just when I thought of giving up everything
I’ve struggled for, you came

Dreams are not meant to remain as dreams
Dreams should be your reality
So, make it alive

You said, if you believe in it
Just go for it, and I did
Now I do believe
‘Cause you believed in me

And I said, I’ll keep dreaming
I’ll keep hoping, my old man
And I said, I’ll keep writing
Keep believing, my old man
And I said, one day I’m gonna be like you

Just when I thought of giving up everything
I’ve struggled for, you came

Dreams are not meant to remain as dreams
Dreams should be your reality
So, make it alive

If you have a goal,
if you have a dream

And I said, I’ll keep dreaming
I’ll keep hoping, my old man

And I said, I’ll keep writing
Keep believing, my old man
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