Monday, March 30, 2009

i turn off my light

last march 28, 2009 i only use my phone as my light for 1 hour. yes! i participated at the earth our and i vote for earth. my switch light is my vote. i know that we need to make a step even if its small.
and yes in stead of using a candle i use my cell phone's head light. it is like a tiny flash light at the back of the phone function as a flash for the camera of my phone. i do want to use a candle but i just couldn't find one. i guess i for got to place it on plain sight before i turn off the lights. lol
at first i thought that we were the only people in our municipality that turn off the lights. but i was surprise to see that the whole people in our compound turn off their light. some houses too in the next compound. and then my cousin came home at 5 minutes before 9:00 pm local time and report to me that that town's plaza turn of the lights too. remember the colorful lights post that i post at dA? yes that it! they turn off them all too for about an hour.
i am very happy that there are other people besides me that are concerned about environment and global warming. i hope that some of you here turn off your lights too.
i post my photo at flickr. the link of my photos is hope that you will drop by to see them.

Monday, March 02, 2009

Admin's black propaganda: TC funds used in holding a forum of Jose Maria Sison

It’s the funniest thing I have ever heard! This time the school administrators has definitely exaggerates things…

First thing about school administrators and students is that they are two opposing forces that collide most of the time. They have separate interest and this thing keeps them divided. Guess you will have hard time if not impossible to blend water with oil.
And I can say that it is very normal to hear admins’ barks the same line over and over again. Considering that Today’s Carolinian is one of those students’ critics that lurk and expose anything that is anti-students policies of the school.

But if we are to believe what the admin said abut the funding of Sison’s forums, may be the TC is very rich. Well try to imagine, they need to print magazines, tabloid, and other alternative materials for like 10 thousand students. Well that is not included the office supplies, trainings and other expenses of a publication.

It is to outrageous to actually tell people that TC finance Sison on his forums. And if ever TC will sponsor a forum and Sison is one of the speakers well they have a very good reason for it. We can not deny Sison’s expertise when it comes to literature and politics. I believe that he is one of those few who can mix politics with literature well.

To the admin’s I am challenging them to show any proof if there are any. Show it to the alumni and new Editorial and staff of TC in a public hearing. Don’t bark TC behind their back.

It has been a long struggle for students to up hold their rights. We as students should join hands to defend ourselves. Who else will stand for us if we don’t act for our fellow youth and student? We did it once and we will do it again. To those who say we can’t face Goliath, we will face them and tell them Oh YES WE CAN!

Long live the students! Long live the Today’s Carolinian!