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A Secret for Financial Independency

Cristal Mae R. Publico

Earning money as a student feels so rewarding, especially now that we are in the midst of a pandemic. The old days were done, when a student's employment options were limited to fast-food chains like McDonald's or Jollibee. There is nothing wrong with these occupations, but why not maximize their income? Given our situation today and for the sake of their safety, I suggest working online jobs to earn and improve their organizational performance.

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Kindle of a New Beginning: Jacob and Father Anthony

Lance Kirby M. Ami

Saint Dominic de Guzman, the patron saint of the Dominican Republic and Astronomers, was born on August 8, 1170, at Caleruega, Spain. He studied at the University of Palencia, was canonized in the year 1234 by Pope Gregory IX.

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Don’t Let the Last Piece of Thread Hang You

Stephanie G. Tizon

Shivering alone in a cold and dark room, asides from silence, there are heavy breathes and the sounds of a heartbeat monitor can be heard through every wall. The feeling of being watched. Sudden screams, crying, and wailings from outside the room.

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A Play Within a Play: Our Own Thoughts

Lance Kirby M. Ami

We all recalled our moments when we were a child, a moment when our mind was too pure for the world, too clean to understand, too subtle to realize how the earth revolves. But as we grow older, we are exposed to a world full of predicaments, predicaments, stress, and decisions that impact the way we envision life as children. Decisions and rationality, a never-ending verbatim to maturity

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Teacher’s Day: Podcast

Janna Caguiat

As a result, the theme for World Teachers' Day this year is "Teachers Opening Doors to a Better World." On the last 5th day of October, they celebrated the Teachers Day Special. The first-ever Episode 1 Podcast: Night Shift with SHS SSG in Dominican College of Tarlac is to express their gratitude to teachers who are giving their best not only for teaching but also for making their students inspired.

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Legacy in the Stars: Sir Edwin De Leon

Lance Kirby M. Ami

One of the most questioned aspects of life, death, an inevitable occurrence, the unfair recognition of life. “Life is short.” is a statement around the world. A phrase nullified by our everyday life, fulfilled by our realization. A phrase for daily motivation, identified by different views.

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Absolute Memories: A Part of Dominican History

Lance Kirby M. Ami

Learning is the first word that comes to mind when we hear the word "school." But if asked about our favorite memory, answers vary from unacademic events from intramurals, socialization nights, foundation weeks, battle of the bands, to semester breaks.

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