Do you believe that leadership qualities are innate or acquired? Most people would debate about this topic but here in Enderun Colleges we believe that every Titan is capable of being a leader. Leadership is not about following a professor’s orders, setting rules in the classroom, or even having a position that makes you superior to others. Instead, leadership is about inspiring people, setting an example, creating a vision and motivating people to make it a reality. It’s about focusing on positive outcomes. Lucky you because you are in the right environment to hone your leadership skills and one way to improve it is to join leadership programs.
In the early morning of September 21, flocks of Enderun students seated themselves within various corners of the Titans’ Annex Building. Others remained comfortably settled on class chairs, while groups of friends huddled closely together. For those who weren’t at the Annex- you could find them scattered in classrooms and open grounds. Despite the different locations, positions, and ideals, that morning of September showed one clear agenda that all of Enderun Colleges agreed upon- the Commemoration of the 50th Martial Law Anniversary.
With the online setting, I noticed how a lot of students are afraid and hesitant to take their internships, and that includes me. I heard how students wish they could travel to take their internship and gain on-hand experience, how they’re hesitant because they think they are not yet ready, and how they hope for everything to go back to normal again. But don’t you worry because online or not, the Office of Career Services is always there to guide us.
Have you ever visited Amanpulo, the luxury beach resort in Palawan with its white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and their breathtaking casitas with a wonderful view of the sea? Or have you heard of the 30th SEA games cauldron, the infamous 55 million pesos cauldron that was lit during the ceremony and was considered to be a “priceless piece of art”? I’m pretty sure you know about EDSA Shrine, a church located at the intersection of Ortigas Avenue and EDSA Avenue to commemorate the People Power Revolution. Do you know what these three have in common? They were all designed by Mañosa and Company, Inc.
As Filipinos, we love to celebrate Christmas for as long as possible. We put up Christmas decorations around our house, set up a Christmas tree and play Christmas songs while having our morning coffee as early as September. We can also feel the Christmas spirit in shopping malls where they play Christmas carols and decorate the place with a Christmas theme.
One of the most highly anticipated events of Enderun is back! Last September 27 to October 1, 2021 we had our RSO Fair Week where different organizations prepared events for our students. For this year’s RSO Week, the students were given the opportunity to learn and give back to our community with two particular events, hosted by Enderun Zonta and Culinaire.
As we continue with the online setup, some may admit that it’s not getting any easier for us. There are times where we feel unmotivated to do anything or we just feel like resting and that’s totally fine. There are students who want to study with friends rather than being alone, there are some who use different apps to be organized, there are some who use planners to keep track of important dates and many more.
>A lot of people might believe that entering college is just a stepping stone for their career – a critical stage in our lives where we get to encounter various things. Due to the serious environment, we often forget that this is also the stage where we get to meet new friends, build new memories, have numerous “chikahan” sessions, laugh and cry during exam seasons, and of course, where we find love.