Wednesday, March 31, 2010


March 31, 2010

Shot at Bahay Pag-Asa, DLSU-D last March 26, 2010

Photo Features me and my Classmates who managed to succeed all the requirements of the Four Years of our Degree. We were Fourteen on our Class out of almost 80 Graduates from the Computer Science Major. All other Classes were shot officially by a Photographer but the announcement failed to reach us so we just did our own Class Pictures officiated by none other than yours truly.

After a lifelong hardwork, patience and waiting, the day has finally arrived, My College Graduation! Dreaming of wearing my Black Toga, Tassel still on the left longing to go to the other side and on queue with my fellow Graduates has been a part of Yesterday now. It was truly a proud yet humbling experience for every graduate, parent and University Staff along the premises of the Commencement. No words can describe the feeling we have been in during the whole Ceremony! All the Learnings and Values imparted by the school will be brought by us, the Graduates, Forever. but the best thing I can bring for the next volume of my life's novel are the Characters which are my College Classmates who have proven their love, respect and appreciation to me and will forever be protagonists of my Journey!

If you wish to see more Photos from the Graduation Day, Just Click Captain Stevenson and be directed to my Personal Blog


Saturday, March 13, 2010

Survivor Indang

In the Middle of the Jungles of Indang, Cavite, I, together with my 15 Classmates had experienced the Game of Survivor, SURVIVOR INDANG. I hosted the Two day event that served as our Post-College Trip just before our Graduation this coming 26th of March. We were on the woods from the 10th till the 11th of this Month and it was truly a fun experience! It was way way out of your Typical College Outing/Trip because it was full of Challenges and Experiences that can never be easily organized. I was honored to be the host of my friends and it was truly tiring yet full of fun!

The Alamid (Wild Cat endemic at Indang known for its Alamid Coffee) Tribe and the Sawa (Boa Constrictor) Tribe battled it all out and the Sole Survivor, Jayson Sabale, Outwitted, Outplayed, and Outlasted all other 14 Castaways and cruised his way to the Top. Together with the Final Four, Aljon Guttierez, Ralph Sanchez and Diane Rosario, they led our classmates to every Challenge and had a hand on voting out all other Castaways.

It was very unforgettable and we shall cherish this for the rest of our lives! As we part our separate ways two weeks from now, We already planned for our Third Season, SURVIVOR ZAMBALES... Coming Soon, this December 2010. One of my closest friends Ralph Sanchez made a Teaser of our Event. It is on the Embedded Video Below