Hello! I’m sorry for not updating this past few weeks. It’s just that… school is eating me alive. Been very busy during pre-finals (well, not over yet!) and the major thing that ate our time this past months is the annual tribute party of the Sebastinian Psychology Society and based on tradition, the junior psychology majors will be the organizers.
We organized the whole thing! From theme, foods, down to every committees and the like. Though there are lots of circumstances, the event became successful! In fact, we are praised by our area chair! (who’s so hard to impress!)
The theme is the very timely… Awards night! The event is entitled PSYCH AWARDS and held last February 22, 2013 at The Eastwood Excelsior.
Our area chair giving her opening remarks.
Alyanna and Jeraldine (who really looked like Jennica Garcia that night! so pretty!)
Want to see what I wore that night? See it under the cut! Together with a major photo dump! ;)
Save the Future.
Dance Syndrome (The First Ever Sebastinian Dance Battle)
01/18/13 SSCR @ 66 Student’s Night.
As the start of the 66th Foundation Week, the Rotaract Club organized the annual car show called Auto Baste last Januray 11, 2013. The event was a bit disappointing because compared to last year, the whole event was just simple. Simple in the sense that there are just few cars that would make you go whoa and also the design of the quadrangle is just yep simple. Last year they even invited artists that made the sort of graffiti wall but this year, nah. It isn’t even obvious that there’s such event because until 10am of that day there are still no cars (well, there’s few) and the quad is so quite except for the high school students practicing for their upcoming junior and senior promenade.
Fortunately, we watched Bb. San Sebastian’s pre-pageant and supported our friend, Hesi. The reason why we still able to see how the number of cars grew from 3 to 15 or so but still, it is not enough to feed our eyes because last year we saw a lot. The only car that’s surprising and amazing was the jeepney and the batman inspired car and oh, the mini cooper and nothing else.
Anyhow, we still enjoyed it though. Hence, our pictures above. The photos of the cars will be in the other posts so watch out! ;-)
Officially broke up with long hours of sleep and staying awake until the wee hours in the morning.
Classes started today and I am saddened by that fact. Considering what we did at school is just to compute our grade and pass our home works that was given before Christmas break. Our economics professor in Economics showed us our prelim exams, her way of saying a happy new year. Imagine yourself being greeted by the ghost of yesterday. Heh! We totally forgot about it and in the first day of classes of 2013, voila! Hello, failing prelim exam! Only 5 students passed and unfortunately I am not even one of them. My hopes are so high of being a dean’s list student but there’s always something that would hinder me to be one. On the other subjects, I am happy that I got high grades although I believe that I still need to double my effort this coming midterms. While in our Phil. Constitution subject, we are glad that our professor just ranted about the overrated Filipino traditions news during New Year and in the Kawit Cavite killing.
Back to school. Back to reality. There’s a lot of work that’s waiting for me. Perhaps, I should start now. But I am already sleepy so I prolly start by Wednesday.
So that pretty much sums up my first day of school in 2013. Ciao~
Because it’s just 6 days…
12/05/12 Nat’l Center for Mental Health
Last December 5, Wednesday, our block together with the seniors went to National Center for Mental Health. As a psychology student, it is very important that you’ll experience going to such place because there, you can apply all your learning. When we’re there, we really felt that we are psychology majors!
We only went to the male ward because based on our professor, we are a bit late and it is also good because when we go there next year, we’ll be able to see something new — the female and children ward.
What you’ll see there is really heartbreaking. So heartbreaking. People that isn’t in contact with reality and struggling because their minds betrayed them. Another thing that’s sad is their condition inside. You can’t blame the officials because it is just their job and that those people really need those treatments.
We aren’t allowed to take pictures when we are already in the ward proper because it is in the ethics that you should always protect the client’s/patient’s confidentiality.
So here’s some pictures of us before going inside.
And to end this post…
2nd sem so far.
Back to being a psycho
logy student. Back to Recto. Back to polluted Manila. Back to sleepless nights. Back to analysis. Back to school works.
November photo a day challenge pictures will be posted when I found time to do so. As of now, say hi to my lovely friends! Those girls, I treasure the most.
I am back from oblivion. Hence, a new
nonsense tumblr post. I am sorry for the lack of new posts specifically new photos because I am currently bombarded with school works and busy meeting deadlines. I barely touch my camera nowadays not just because of the fact that it still doesn’t have a memory card but because of works to do. But tomorrow, we’ll be going to Tanay Rizal for our Pilgrimage so expect a bunch of photos after! :-)
On the other note, I ditched Manila Book Fair International because first, I lack funds and secondly, me and my boyfriend are planning something so nice and artsy. Heh! :3 Also, I still have 3 unread books waiting for me to have time for them. Sucks that I have no time reading and blogging because of school requirements. Well anyway, I’ll leave you with this for now. Enjoy the gifs!
September 14, 2012