Enderun Colleges’ official newsletter, INK Enderun, is back and officially relaunched.
What once began as a print publication has now become an online platform for the Enderun community to come together.
It is no surprise for me to say that 2020 was a year that challenged us in ways we never expected. It was a year that did not only force us to adapt to unforeseen changes, but also to shift our perspectives on the different aspects of life.
As we enter a new year and leave 2020 behind, INK Enderun’s first issue since relaunching is aptly called Titans Arise as we aspire to ignite hope in the new normal.
We want to uplift the spirits of the Enderun Community through words that are poignant enough to take away fear and despair and integrate a greater sense of self and hope in everyone.
The articles in this issue display both pleasing and unpalatable realities of living through a pandemic and how the Enderun Community rises above it.
We are truly inspired by the strong and good-hearted Titans, and we are grateful enough to have a platform where their stories can be shared so readers just like you can find comfort, faith and hope during these challenging times.
Titans, let us arise!
Angeli Sato Editor-In-Chief
The Spirit of Christmas Giving
Our cover story delves into how the Enderun community rises above the different challenges of the past year and ignites hope.
The Spirit of Christmas Giving shares the stories of current students, professors and even alumni as they give back to frontliners and typhoon victims
INK Enderun has always been more than the official newsletter of the school. Know more about the organisation, and its members who always apply the mission of INK in their work: to unite communities through writing.
In today’s technological age where information is easily accessible at the tip of our fingers, cancel culture has become a trend. But what is the impact of ‘canceling’ people for their mistakes? Has cancel culture become toxic?
Confined to the boundaries and safety of our homes, our new normal set-up has drastically changed our lifestyles, habits, and routines.
The first edition of Mi Casa Es Su Casa explores an inside look to the changes Business Law Professor Atty. Raymund Martelino and his family have implemented in their home and how they have adapted to the new normal.