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You have to trust the process along the way.
College is the most anticipated phase of every student after their high school graduation. Attending your dream school, meeting lots of new people, joining different orgs—definitely everything you'll look forward to. But the next thing you know, you're having second thoughts about whether ...
This is the time I wish that command+Z was a real-life thing.
I remember during one of our car rides home from school, my dad told me about this famous Filipino phrase: “Nasa huli ang pagsisi.” (or, when translated to English: regrets happen when things are done). Well, as cliché as it sounds, it ...
Forging her own career path in tattoo artistry is a power move that allows her to own her identity.
Many people shift careers for various reasons. Some want a change in environment, while others find their calling later on in life. For Pinay trans woman Kishan Garcia, her body and her identity are major influences in her career switch. Kishan graduated with ...
The struggle doesn't end once you've successfully shifted.
In the Philippines, we choose our majors way before we get accepted to a university, so more often than not, students choose a college course based off on their first impressions of the curriculum. That can change when you finally step into ...
It's going to be a "fake it till you make it day" every day.
College is a game of survival every day. One wherein no character is permanent—not even yours; where there is no guaranteed power; where you face a different battlefield one room after another. It is downright tiring and consuming, but the drive to ...
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