Parsimony: Simpler is better

We were once the frodhies who conquered the corridors of third floor Miguel, grabbing a bite of the expensive turon in between classes to satisfy our hunger, or worse, a cup of Nissin's Yakisoba and bringing ito to class when the prof's not yet around... talk about the idiosyncrasy of sharing hehe ;)

Sept 11, 5 years after the 9/11 attack, we had the first feel of becoming Communication Arts Majors with the squeaky clean halls of second floor Miguel welcoming us. What's lacking though is a tarpaulin saying "Hail to the new communication arts majors!"

There we go, excited to meet our professors. Note: introduction to film and introduction to broadcasting class = 3 hours each. Fun, isn't it?

For Introduction to film and broadcasting, we have Sir Doy del Mundo, director of Pepot Artista, and screenplay writer. Sir Doy has this fatherly image, like an overprotective dad to her one and only daughter. He's cute and very charming (at his age) ;)

For Introduction to Research (for Production) we have Dr. Diaz. Miss Diaz is WOW. She's intimidating. She has this natural flair of being a witty comedienne. Sophisticated with a hint of glamour.

Introduction to Print Media, Mr. Mariano. A great story teller, I must say.

Our first week was pretty stressful but tolerable. We were bombarded with a lot (A LOT) of readings. Applying the notion of parsimony, we should keep everything simple... work hard but take it easy!

Good luck and God bless us all in the succeeding weeks!

*excited for my birthday! ;)

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