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Take a look at this university’s beautiful and meaningful celebration of the season.
Check the colorful but meaningful lanterns and floats at this much awaited university event.
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Grand musical concert attended by thousands, free hugs from fellow students, a rock star’s death defying act, and awesome fireworks are among the elements that made this year’s Paskuhan unforgettable.
A group of friends live out what they were challenged to do in school—learning to put others before one’s self to serve the less fortunate ones and to commit to making a positive impact in society.
From a colony of cockroaches, fire dancers, walking houses, to miniature hot air balloons, expect nothing but the unexpected at the annual UP Lantern Parade, which drew some 2,000 spectators this year.
Besides being a tradition unique to the UP community, the university’s festive event is also a time for bonding and celebrating the holiday season together.
Colorful floats and lights once again brought holiday cheers to the UP community as the annual Lantern Parade took place on Friday, December 14, 2012.
Palma Hall in UP Diliman was once again filled with students on Friday, December 14, as Alpha Phi Omega (APO) Fraternity, one of the known organizations inside the campus, conducted their much-awaited yearly event: the Oblation Run.
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