Category: Student Spotlight
From the first part’s exploration of perspectives and preferences, here we get to see photography as a side-profession. To satisfy more in captivation through lenses, this is the continuation of our creative series featuring our Titans in the world of Photography
Isn’t it fascinating to think that we now have the power to stop time? Well, this isn’t like some Professor X of X-Men fantasy, but rather, I am referring to photography. Photography is the ability to capture a specific moment locked in fragments of light. In this article, we’ll talk about our very own Titans and their captivation with photography.
In the previous article, we went through the narratives of some of our beloved Enderun teachers and staff in regards to starting their own business. In this continuation, we feature the various college students within the campus that have grinded their way to create their own businesses while still managing their academic and organizational responsibilities.
In modern times, it’s common to see digital art on many platforms while traditional art is regarded as something “experts” create. But what if I tell you that among your peers is a traditional visual artist? We’ll be featuring Titans who are traditional artists and their passion fors their craft.
Since the pandemic’s start, one of the biggest social gatherings that has been canceled are sports events. From basketball to futsal to volleyball, it has been months since our Enderun athletes have been able to step on the court and do what they love most.
In the global pandemic and lockdown, music played a big role in giving us something positive to look forward to. Albums were dropping everywhere starting from ‘Chromatica’ by Lady Gaga, ‘Folklore’ by Taylor Swift, ‘Future Nostalgia’ by Dua Lipa, and ‘After Hours’ by The Weeknd to name a few. Not to mention how trends arised from Tiktok that involves captivating music and sure LSS like “Did the full 180” to “but now, there’s nowhere to hide” to “pamparampampam…” and many more phrases that certainly trigger our brain to sing and groove.