The Ateneo Special Education Society Presents: SPEED OF SOUND

Don't miss your chance to witness 12 top college bands slug it out in the first ever SPEED OF SOUND Battle of the Bands!!

March 2, 2007 @ Kublai's Katipunan
6pm onwards

The stage has been set for the following competing bands:
Something Something
All My Friends Are Dead
Jojo’s Hepatitis

Get the chance to vote for your favorite band during the contest!

Special performance by sANDWICH!!!

March 2, 2007 @ Kublai's Katipunan
6pm onwards.

Tickets are available at the DOGhouse on February 26 – March 2, 2007

Tickets will also be available at the venue.

Text 0922-532-8679 for details.

All proceeds go to the Ateneo Special Education Society's Wishlist Program for Children with Special Conditions.

Make a difference to the different!

Heights’ 2nd Open Mic moved to March 2

AMP’s Barya Para sa Gitara

KATIPUNAN Feb 2007 Regular and Special Issues

KATIPUNANFebruary 2007 Regular and Special Issues

Regular Issue

Servants of Truth

The stories behind the byline and the issues inherent in journalism

Elections 2007: Re-establishing Credibility 2007's Newest Gadgets

Dangwa: Flowers in Old Manila The Poetics of The Glass Menagerie


Special Issue on the Nineties
A Decade of Promises
A Portrait of the Filipina The World in 50 Years
Downtown, Down South Playback: Pinoy Bands in the 90s

Reserve your copy now Php 50.00/copyEmail for orders.


The wait is almost over! With just a few days before opening night, tickets to High School Musical are selling out fast! 6 shows have been added, extending the show's run to two weekends, February 23-25 and March 2-4. Contact Blue Repertory at 0917-8314488 or Ticketworld at 891-9999 now for tickets.

High School Musical stars MYX VJ and TV personality Karel Marquez as "Gabriela" and is directed by Ms. Chari Arespacochaga of Trumpets and Atlantis Productions. Tickets for the show range from Php 300 to Php 600. There will be eleven shows that you can watch and choose from: February 23 (8pm), February 24 (3pm & 8pm), February 25 (1030am & 3pm), March 2 (8pm), March 3 (1030am, 3pm & 8pm) & March 4 (1030am & 3pm). For more details, visit High School Musical's official website,

Ateneo Electronics Society Talks and Seminars Part 3

Refresh your mind!

Do you want to possess the Power of Photoshop?

Intrigue about the Digital Darkroom?

Interested in Omnett++ and Grid Computing?

Wait no more!

Attend AECES Talks Part 3

Feb 21. Wed @ 430

Feb 23. Fri @ 430


Topics Include:

Power of Photoshop

Film vs Digital Photography (Digital Darkroom)


Grid Computing

Also, experience circuit construction the ECE way!

See you there!

Events from Heights

The Heights Creative Talk Series Presents

Poetry Africa: Performance Poetry

Introduction by Palanca winner Mr. Alfred Yuson

19 February 2007,

Monday4:30-6:00 pm

Berchmans AVR

Coming Creative Talks

The Graphic Novel

Movie Adaptations
Children's Literature

We also invite you to the

Heights 2nd open mic

Sweetness: It's not love, but it fills the emptiness.

21 February 2007,

Wednesday4:30 pm

Colayco Pavillion

ALAC’s The Indie Intersection: Street Fashion Night for Young Manila

The Ateneo Lingua Ars Cultura together with our major sponsors: MNG Delirium, Perry Ellis 18 and Paul&Joe invites you to watch THE INDIE INTERSECTION: Street Fashion Night for Young Manila. It's a street fashion event celebrating everything and anything worth loving about the Pinoy+Pinay' s street style. Come and watch its highlighted 1-hour fashion show showcasing the 10 spanking new street-inspired collections from Pret-a-party by Tippi Ocampo, Electrolychee+Turnmeon, Telebasura, Happy Andrada, Sisig Shirts and the iLoveYou Store designers:: Mara Reyes, Geoff Gonzalez, Mike Lavarez and Kreame Isaac all debuting on the ramp that night. The show's make-up will be provided by Paul&Joe, a french+japanese make-up company lauching itself for the very first time in our country. This major production is directed by Palanca-awardee, Mr. Floy Quintos and will be held at the Matteo Ricci field on Feb. 23, Friday. Gates open at 6.30pm. The show will start at 7pm.

Also not to be missed is the photo exhibit of the Tanawing Kalsada finalists! With the winners to be awarded also that night. And you may never know if you'll get the chance to bring home some designer apparel =)

General admission tickets are priced at 50php. Limited VIP tickets are available for 150php. please contact 09178309191 or 09209234593 for tickets or inquiries. Or visit the doghouse on the week of feb. 19-23.

This event is also brought to you by T'ikanchay Jewelry and Yabang Pinoy.

Why I Wanna Vote for Partido AGILA

Right now,
are helping your country

Yes YOU!

You're helping the country by:
· Driving responsibly
· Studying in college
· Being active in orgs
· Voting for the Sanggunian and National Elections
· Etc.

But if we work together,
WE can do better

Why bother?
Because WE will NOT be students forever

Let's start with what
WE can do NOW
to help build OUR country

Here's How:
· Going LOCAL! We don't have to start BIG just because we dream BIG. Let's continue doing small things while keeping in mind the BIG picture.
· Know OUR rights! We won't get to exercise our rights as citizens if we're not first aware of our rights as students. This is our local community, and we have rights to it. We have every RIGHT to know that.
· Keep on doing our responsibilities: driving carefully, going to class, cleaning up after eating, segregating trash, and VOTING. Because you may not realize it, but YOU make an impact.

This is what Partido Agila mean by
A Nation Notion

And this what we want to share with you for next year

If WE work together,
no matter how BIG the dream is,
our small efforts can create an impact

Vote. Partido Agila. A NATION NOTION.

Vice President

Secretary General
Finance Officer



Platforms? WE HAVE IT HERE!
Credentials? CLICK ME!
Vision? SEE THIS!

PARTIDO AGILA. A Nation Notion.
Elections on Feb 15-16.

Letter from the Ateneo COMELEC and Public apology from Marvyn Llamas of Partido Agila

February 9, 2007

Mr. Marvyn Llamas
Chairman, Partido Agila

Dear Sir,

As a resolution to the complaint filed by Partido Igancio regarding the use of Party T-shirts for campaigning during a mass action on February 6, 2007, the Ateneo COMELEC, pursuant of the powers vested in it by the 2005 Sanggunian Constitution, has decided to sanction Partido Agila on the grounds that your party has violated General Elections Guidelines #1 and #2 which state that:

All materials should have at least the election date prominently printed on them
Hard Copies of all campaign materials must be submitted to the COMELEC for approval.

Even though not stated explicitly in the Candidates manual, the Commission has decided that according to the OSA guidelines, t-shirts and other ephemerals are considered as propaganda materials (page 36 of Guidelines for Student Activities 2006 ed.) and should have been first submitted to us prior to distribution. This provision not only ensures fairness in campaigning but also a check for extravagant spending in the elections season.

The COMELEC has decided that the Party should produce a public apology letter to be emailed today, February 9, 2007, on or before 11:59 pm to the Ateneo COMELEC at The Apology letter will be forwarded to the Ateneo Online Bulletin by the Commission. A hard copy should also be submitted to the COMELEC. This will serve as a sanction for the said offence.

So ordered,

Omar Castanar Aurelia Beatric Santos
Commissioner Commissioner

Adrian Ada Marie Ysabelle Hope Reyes
Commissioner Commissioner

Immanuel Santos
Chief Commissioner

09 February 2007

Immanuel Santos
Chief Commissioner
Ateneo de Manila University

Dear Mr. Santos,

On behalf of Partido Agila, we would like to express our sincere regret over the violation of General Elections Guideline # 1 and # 2 which state that:

All materials should have at least the election date prominently printed on them
Hard Copies of all campaign materials must be submitted to the COMELEC for approval.

The Party will continue to follow the electoral code faithfully, and will make sure that such incidents never take place in the future. We would like to express our graditude to the Ateneo COMELEC for being very understanding.

Thank you and God Bless!

Marvyn Llamas, Chairman Partido Agila

AIESEC MONTH 2007 It’s Up To You!

Are you sitting in a business class or flying in it?
Are you eating Chinese take-out or dining in Beijing?
Are you talking about CEO’s or talking to them?
Would you rather be on the Dean’s List or on the Forbes list?
Would you pay an entrance fee or be a V.I.P.?

Decide and discover your potential…

It’s Up To You!

List of Activities:

* FEB 7
.: Empowering Young Entrepreneurial Summit :.
4:30 – 6 pm. SEC B 201
Featuring Wilson Lee Flores, award winning business columnist from The Philippine Star, and Rikki Dee, restaurateur: Dish, Mangan, Kai and La Mesa Gril.

* FEB 12 – 17
.: International Traineeship Exchange Program :.
SEC Field

* FEB 17
.: STAMMTISCH: The AIESEC Ateneo Mafia Party :.
8 pm. Side Bar, El Pueblo, Ortigas

* FEB 26 – MAR 2
.: Food Bazaar :.
SEC Field

Have you made your choice?
It’s Up To You!

ACOMM presents Graphitti: Adobe Photoshop

ACOMM presents...
Graphitti: Adobe Photoshop
An Adobe Photoshop Workshop!
On February 16 2007 (Friday) 4:30-6:30pm and
February 17 2007 (Saturday) 9:00-11:00am
Venue: Faura 206
Fee: Php 50
Limited slots only!
Sign up at MVP 209 or
contact Monique 09272445993

Pick a prize at the Gabay Valentines Tombola Booth!

Ateneo Gabay presents a little Valentines treat for everyone, the Valentines Tombola! Simply pay Php5 and pick your prize randomly from a variety of candies, chocolates, mugs, stuffed-toys and other cute Valentines stuff. The Valentines Tombola booth will be at the Kostka Extension on February 14 -16, 2007.

Proceeds will go to the Gabay Scholarship Fund. A part of it will be used as payments for the high school entrance exam fees of our area kids. Some of it will be used for photocopying the modules that we use for tutoring.

Gabay hopes that thru this project, we can bring you simple joys this Valentine season.

Does Your Band Have What It Takes? Join SPEED OF SOUND!

Does Your Band Have What It Takes?

The Ateneo Special Education Society Presents: SPEED OF SOUND.

A Fund-Raising Band Contest & Concert featuring SANDWICH !!

Open To All College Bands!

March 2, 2007 @ Kublai's, Katipunan Q.C.

Prizes are Php 7k, 4k, 2k for 1st, 2nd, 3rd place respectively.

text 0922 532 8679 for details and applications.

Deadline for applications is on February 24, 2007.

All proceeds go to the Ateneo Special Education Society's Wishlist Program for
Children with Special Conditions.

Make a difference to the different!

ENTABLADO presents its Grand Season Finale "SANDAANG PANAGINIP"

Written by Rene O. Villanueva, a critically acclaimed and multi-awarded author, Sandaang Panaginip will surely make the audience roll with laughter and move to tears. First staged in 1981 commissioned by the Cultural Center of the Philippines, it is meant to be an allegory to the infamous Marcoses. It is in the form of komedya, a traditional theater form in the Philippines.

Commonly known as the moro-moro, it is usually about the fight between good and evil, represented by Christian and Moslems respectively, wherein the good prevails. Staging this theater form would be a first in the Ateneo.

Under the directorship of Jerry Respeto, Sandaang Panaginip will showcase Philippine theater, featuring a wonderful fusion of tradition, pop culture and technology. Telon de boca merges with komiks, graphics and video walls; San Dionisio’s batalla and curacha would be integrated with acrobatics, modern dance and movement, and martial arts; komedya de kapa y espada meets clever play of lights, music and special effects.

Sandaang Panaginip will be shown from February 13 to 24, 2007 at 7:00 PM, at the CERVINI FIELD, Ateneo De Manila University.

YOU ARE INVITED to come and see this spectacular performance by Entablado.

Sandaang Panaginip aims to advance excellence and professionalism in artistic skills, production systems, and technical proficiency in the theater; conserve, support and promote theaterworks and activities significant to Philippine cultural heritage, history, and identity; and, bolster and broaden public participation in Philippine theater.

Tickets are available at P200.

For schedules and more information, please contact JJ Garcia at 09175327112 or at 4266001 local 5078

Celadon Week 2007

"Ma-PR Ka Ba?" ACOMM's PR BeCOMMing teaches you how to do PR!

Ma-PR ka ba?! Be there as Strategic Edge's Angel Limgenco talks about the nature of the public relations industry and the career opportunities waiting for you. See you at the SEC LEC B on February 12, Monday from 4:30-6:00 p.m.

Celadon Rose Sale @ Doghouse

Join us as we celebrate KASOCSCIYAN! Social Sciences Week 2007, Feb.3-9

The School of Social Sciences invites you to join us as we


School of Social Sciences Week

Feb. 3-9, 2007

Calendar of Events:

Weeklong, all day

SOSS week main exhibit @ SEC B foyer

Featuring: SOSSiety page, Shades of Grey entries screening, Highlights from Batas Militar Lab, and many more!

Flying SOSSers Exhibit @ Matteo Ricci Hall steps

Get to know some of the most interesting students from the School of Social Sciences - The flying SOSSers!

Saturday, Feb. 3

5:00-9:30 Batas Militar Lab @SEC FIELD

An intense competition geared at subjecting participants to a mentally and physically challenging environment in order to let them relive and regain an appreciation of the Martial Law era.

Tuesday, Feb. 6

1:30 p.m. @ Faura AVR
As a prelude to the Spring Film Festival organized by the Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies, and as part of School of Social Sciences Week, you are invited to a special screening of

Starring Joan Chen, Zhang Ziyi, Jiang Wen, Liu Ye
Directed by Hou Yong
Executive Producer Tian Zhuangzhuang
Art Consultant Zhang Yimou

Zhang Ziyi, Golden Rooster 2004 Best Actress
Jury Prize, 2004 Shanghai Film Festival

Wednesday, Feb. 7

4:30-6:00 p.m. Power Talks: The Philippines' Movers and Shakers on Youth Empowerment @ MVP Basementwith Ms. Gina Lopez, Director, ABS-CBN Foundation, and Mr. Manuel R. Salak III, Country Head, ING Bank

4:30-6:30 p.m. Shades of Grey Film Contest Finalists' Screening @ Social Development Complex Conference HallA showcase of some of the best socially relevant short films by LS students

Friday, Feb. 9

4:30-6:00 p.m. The Batas Militar Forum: Youth of Martial Law - Stories of Strife and Heroism @ Social Development Complex Conference Hall

A forum on the Martial Law experience of the youth with Mr. Meynardo Mendoza from the History Department of the LS, Dr. Christina Montiel of the Psychology Department of the LS, and former DepEd Secretary Butch Abad.

6:30 p.m.-12:00 a.m. Forward: Looking Ahead - SOSS Night 2007 @ Kublai's Resto and Bar

A celebration to cap off the week, with free food and drinks for all! Featuring the awarding the Flying SOSSers!


ScoreMag, the official publication of theAteneo Collegiate Society ofAdvertising (COSA) proudly presents:

OVERTIME: ScoreMag Party 2007

February 10, 2007
7:00pm onwards
Club O (Formerly known as DISH),
ABS-CBN Complex, QC

with TV coverage by Myx and Studio 23
and hosted by LIA CRUZ

this COSA-ScoreMag fundraising eventwould showcase the ff:

a) fashion show(featuring athlete models)

b) mini concert
Saranggola ni Pepe
The Fruits
Wake up your Seatmate
Empty Siren Boulevard
and Passing Hour


d) hiphop dance partytickets are priced at P150

And that's not all...this party is open to everyone!

Meaning, ALUMNI and NON-ATENEANS are

Please do support SCOREMAG: Giving you
what counts the most, and our Team
Ateneo athletes! Animo Ateneo!

For ticket purchase/reservation, pleasecontact me through sms/email:09178546244/

When in Doubt, ASCC: The Ateneo Student Concern Center

As a Jesuit and Catholic university, the Ateneo de Manila urges students to promote a lifestyle that is simple, value-oriented, and free-spirited. Students are required to dress simply, appropriately, and decently.

Administrators and faculty members, acting individually or in groups (for instance, as a Department, as a School) may stipulate more precisely the appropriate modes of attire in designated classrooms or other areas and for designated events or occasions.

Do you think this right was violated? ASCC is here for you!

As an arm of the Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral ng Ateneo's Student Rights and Welfare (STRAW), the Ateneo Student Concern Center (ASCC) serves as the main venue where students can express their issues and grievances, which may either be academic or non-academic in nature. Here, students may also forward their suggestions to any school unit as well as queries for further information.

The ATENEO STUDENT CONCERN CENTER shall uphold the students’ rights as enshrined in the pertinent documents of Ateneo but are not limited to the Student Handbook and the Magna Carta of Undergraduate Student Rights.

TO FILE A CONCERN OR COMPLAINT:(Example: “My teacher/professor didn’t announce a major longtest.”)1. Visit to the ASCC office (MVP 200) and relate your concern with one of our case officers.2. Fill out a concern form and specify what course of action you would like to happen.3. Our members will then work on your concern and give your updates through SMS or e-mail.

FOR OTHER QUESTIONS OR GENERAL INFORMATION:(Example: “Do we have classes next Monday?”)1. Simply visit the ASCC Office (MVP 200) and speak to one of our case officers.


ACOMM Food Bazaar 2007

Moist choclate cake. Chewey choco-chip cookies... nutty peanut butter bites... and a whole lot more! You know you want some... So head on down to ACOMM's AMAZING FOOD BAZAAR at SEC FIELD from Feb. 6-9 and take your pick from among the yummy morsels we have to offer!

Now accepting entries! ALAC’s Photo Competition: Tanawing Kalsada

ALAC's Tanawing Kalsada: Photo Competition

Entry Rules and Procedures:

1. The contest is open to all Ateneo College students, faculty & staff.
2. The entries must incorporate the theme Tanawing Kalsada, and must showcase the beauty and uniqueness of the Philippine culture as seen in the everyday streets.
3. Drop off your entries in the ALAC Room MVP 207 from January 29 to February 9, 2007 . WE WILL NO LONGER BE ACCEPTING SOFTCOPIES; HARDCOPIES ONLY. Print it matte by size 8 x10 in. Along with this, they are required to pay P25 as entrance fee for the first photo entry. P10 will be required for every additional entry.
4. Along with the photo, include a bond paper with the following written information: name, year and course, cellphone number, email address, address, camera used and other technicalities used (enhancements, lens, etc) and the title of the photograph.
5. All submitted photos must be taken in the Philippines , original and of your own creation. All photos must not have been entered in previous photography competitions or previously published.
6. Photos may be technologically enhanced as long as all enhancements are enclosed.
7. Publication of the material will not violate the rights of any third party, and all the necessary permissions and releases are provided.
8. Each participant is encouraged to submit multiple entries.
9. The acceptance of entries will be up to February 9, 2007 .
10. All pictures will be exhibited in Ateneo de Manila Loyola Schools for one week. The judging will be carried out during the exhibit.
11. The photos will be judged according to the following criteria a. Composition 40% b. Adherence to Theme 30% c. Creativity & Originality 30%
12. Awarding will be held during the fashion show of ALAC on February 23, entitled The Indie Intersection.
13. Prizes: 1st Place - P6000 _ 1 year subscription to digital photography; 2nd Place - P3000; 3rd Place - P1500.