Everyone takes it down a notch or two once they pull out their top weapon song in the karaoke room. Perhaps it’s the comfort from memorized lyrics or carefree, natural dance moves that motivate one’s excitement that makes everyone a karaoke master in some way. Being yourself is all that ... Read More

Monday 19 February 2018

Depicting a story of passion and artistry, along with the struggles that come with it, student-artists from the Jaime Hilario Integrated School-La Salle (JHIS-LS) performed a heartfelt and rousing one-night musical stage production called ‘J’ last February 15, at the School of Design and Art... Read More

“You need something sensational,” says one of Barnum’s daughters somewhere in the beginning of Michael Gracey’s stellar 2017 picture, The Greatest Showman: and the film is exactly that. Through snappy melodies and heart-stopping performances, the film keeps viewers hooked for every secon... Read More

In celebration of the 13th Lasallian Arts Month, the Office of Culture and Arts (OCA), together with the College’s cultural organizations, showcased the themes of “change and transformation” in Paghunos, director Riki Benedicto’s Filipino adaptation of “Metamorphoses,”  last Februar... Read More

What sets apart infatuation from true love? Is it the feeling of contentment or the idea of settling down with ‘The One’? This Valentine’s Day, we’re celebrating the kind of love all romantics hope to achieve: everlasting love. All jokes aside, February 14 marks also two other notable... Read More

Ah, February—the proverbial month of love. Whether you’ve been in love, got your heart broken, or just a hopeless romantic, there’s no denying the kilig factor romantic comedies (or rom-coms as they’re more charmingly known) bring. And for patrons of the genre, you’re in for a special ... Read More

From various workshops to captivating performances, this year’s Pasinaya, one of the country’s largest multi-arts festivals, focused on the deeper aspect of understanding Philippine culture, as well as nurturing the passion of Filipinos for endearing art and talent, at the Cultural Center of... Read More

The mentality of preferring whiter skin, embedded through hundreds of years of colonization, reveals the side of Filipinos that prioritizes foreign acceptance and claim to fame more than embracing one’s own color and culture. In this modern era, instead of embracing the morena aesthetic, th... Read More

Behind every OPM fan who enjoys relatively ‘cool’ music is a childhood that’s composed of unreachable high notes and nostalgic love songs sung by the country’s divas. Love them or not, you have to admit there will always be a special place in your heart for these nostalgic classics. L... Read More

From saggy pants to saying “gucci gang” repeatedly, the last two decades have seen trends come and go. However, as the youth continues to blast today’s top charts, many are still unaware where such music originated from. Still don’t know where today’s music gets its character from a... Read More

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