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Nicanor Reyes Sr. St. Sampaloc Manila
view from Far Eastern University - Manila, Nursing Building
oh how i miss you my alma mater.
BIOCHEM 1st year 2nd sem sa piyu. antanga ko. nagpachange sked ako kasi akala ko mali ung naenroll ko.
SWERTE nung prof na lalake. solo nia whole semester yung mga chix na andun.
after a hard tough ball game… nag2nd OT pa.. sa wakas.. panalo pa rin
3rd na dlsu wih a 3-2 win loss
garcia and sanga ur tha man!
COME ON!!! look who’s on the top spot!
GO FIGHT TAMARAWS!!!
5-0 na toh after matalo ng dlsu bukas.. whahaha
UAAP: Where Heroes Are Made.
the VICION of a FALCON
the STRENGTH of a TIGER
the BRAWN of a BULLDOG
the ANIMO of an ARCHER
the MIGHT of a MAROON
the POWER of an EAGLE
the FORCE of a TAMARAW
the WILL of a WARRIOR
ansaya saya ng inupuan namin.. sa admu kami nakaupo. haha minumura nila si enchong dee kanina. hahaha. di kami nagkita ni Porshe… sa archers daw sya nagtitili. puahahah
bat ung piyu walng tumblr? soyong namn. sa ibang univ pa tuloi ako nanchichix. hahaha
Classes Begin June 15, 2010
First Prelim July 22-24, 2010
Second Prelim Sept. 2–4, 2010
Final Exams Oct. 15,16 & 18, 2010
Departmental Exams Oct. 12-14, 2010
Grade Encoding Oct. 21-23,2010
Grade Distribution Oct. 25, 2010
Tamaraw’s Canteen Fame
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yung last season championship ng UAAP soccer FEU vs UST is being aired po.
WALA PO AKO DUN! DI PO AKO NAGLALARO NUNG ARAW NA YUN. hahahaha
hay huling taon ko na sa piyu next skul year. mamimiss ko ang science building na may multo sa 4th floor. ang dakilang mga guard (si novio).. jan na kayo tatanda sa gate na yan. hahaha. ang skul canteen na pwedeng tulugan. ang elevator sa eac na palaging sira tuwing pagkatapos ng lunchbreak. ang tamcomics na koleksyon ko na ata. si shaira gonzalez(weeet wiw).
internship ko na! weee
University of Santo Tomas was hoping to win another double championship for the second straight day, this time in football.
But out came Far Eastern University and La Salle to spoil the fun as they win the 72nd UAAP men’s and women’s football titles, respectively, at the expense of the Tigers during their winner-take-all matches at the Ateneo Erenchun Field in Quezon City.
The Tamaraws, who lost three key players including top striker Jason Cordova to suspensions, leaned on a surprising goal late for a stunning 1-0 victory while the Lady Archers ended a string of disappointment to dethrone the Tigresses by the same score.
Both teams won their eighth title overall in their respective divisions while denying the Espana-based campus’ bid to make this weekend an all-Tiger celebration after winning the men’s and women’s volleyball championships yesterday.
Rookie Dexter Jae Chio, a Cotabato native, became the unsung hero for FEU in this bruising affair when he scored a surprising strike in the 75th minute from about 20 yards.
That score came after Filsan Akut’s shot was stopped by UST’s John Vincent Villanueva enabling Chio to recover the ball and kick it past Tigers’ goalkeeper Johnson Lee and into the center of the net.
“That was a surprise goal, nakapaganda,” said winning coach Rodolfo Alicante. “Masyado siyang outside nun so it made difficult for the goalkeeper to stop.”
FEU then came away with key stops in the dying minutes that saw them get a lucky break when Mario Clarino missed a header that sailed way past the goalpost minutes after Chio’s shot to eventually their second title in three years.
“It was a great championship for us, in spite of the absence of our key players so we’re very happy to win it,” said Alicante.
The Morayta-based booters were considered as heavy underdogs in this match after Cordova, the tournament’s Best Striker, was suspended for this game after committing two yellow cards during Thursday’s 1-0 win that forced a rubber match. Ironically, the former national team scored the game’s solitary goal in the 22nd minute.
Two other FEU players were bannered during the contest after Joshua Almenar at Romnick Jover each suffered their second yellow card of the season, which meant a one-game suspension according to league rules.
But the Tamaraws got a lucky break as well as the Tigers likewise played shorthanded after Rookie of the Year Christian de Juan was also suspended for this contest for committing the same infractions made by Almenar and Jover.
“We were able to make some big adjustments, especially on offense. Si Jason (Cordova) malaking striker yun so ang ginawa namin nag-assign kami ng maliit na striker,” Alicante said.
Senior Jake Hugo, one of eight players who played their last game with FEU, was adjudged as the league’s Most Valuable Player.