Has this semester been loaded with things?
What kind of things?
I thought about it for a while, and thought that, of course, STRESS would be the first thing on the list. However, I know that there were greater things which made this semester really fully loaded. More than the academic requirements and org stuff which bombarded us this semester, what counts more are the memories made in between those requirements and stress.
First, there were my group mates in OrCom 183 or Audio-Visual Communication. These people were ever-efficient, reliable and bibo. This group has future directors, script writers, videographers, editors and producer in it.
Kudos to us, team! Last requirement na! Let's give our BEST SHOT!
In this photo (L-R): Me, Mara, Jessie, Bart, Pat, Abby
|Meet (L-R) Marc, Josh, Me, Jama, Luigi, Glazy and again, Bart.|
Then, we have our Public Relations class every Saturday. Part of its requirements were planning and executing Public Relations Campaigns, and of course, reporting. Our PR campaign for our degree program, Organizational Communication, in Manila Science High School was the most remarkable of them all. It was a chance for us all not to only brag about OrCom, but convince the junior high school students that communication courses shouldn't be belittled. Communication isn't just art, but also science. Team mates, truly, our persuasive skills are exceptional!
|The slate's VPs (hopefully, abstain won't win)! |
Ceejae, Pat, Me!
|Paulit-ulit man, I love you, (L-R) Ria, Luigi, Rz & Neil!|
More than passing requirements, acing exams and meeting deadlines, Junior Year is all about loving the people you are with: your BATCH MATES. It is all about getting to know the people who were once strangers to you, sharing moments and making memories with them. This Friday, I went home and told myself, "Nako Erica, mami-miss mo ang college." HELL YEAH.
LET'S GO JUNIORS! This is our last hurrah before the SENIOR YEAR!
Ay, may summer internship pa pala. :)