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The Pioneer Vol. XLII No. 4 (October-November 2013)

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  • BEMS SHOEBSESSION

    Meet the shoe-a-holic Angelenean!

  • ABOUT THE COVER

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

    The Magazine of THE PIONEER, Angeles University Foundations Official Student Publication

    Gigit.Volume 42 Issue No. 4

    ANGELENEAN ACHIEVERS

    Get inside JELAs mind!

    Exclusive!

    A Package of Prominence, Dominance & Supremacy!

    SUCCESS MADNESS

    Angelenean excellence stands out

    October-November 2013

    The Man of the Hour

    Dream Catchers. We go to sleep every night to dream dreams, but we have to wake up every day to chase dreams. Sharing the limelight on the cover are EJ Moen Liwanag and Queenie Llmas. Gigit wants you to see the sparkle of hope in their eyes which everyone should possess in order to achieve those dreams. The photo was taken at San Agustin Hall in Angeles University Foundation.

  • Email us:thepioneerauf@gmail.com

    Like us on Facebook:The Pioneer AUF

    Follow us on Twitter:@thepioneerauf

  • VIEWPOINT

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    COMMUNITY

    FEATURESComm studes films, docus awarded in 3rd Film Fest

    Basic Stat studes use STATA

    AUF, HRM Dept. launch lunch for a cause

  • SPORTS

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    From NCAA and UAAP to PBA?

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    Chemical Reaction. Students and professors participate in the training program hosted by Central Luzon Health Research and Development Consortium and the Chemistry Department.

    Unity in Diversity. Angeleneans bond to celebrate and show their appreciation and gratitude to their professors in the first ever World Teachers Day celebration.

    Lift of Success. The AUF Great Danes Pep Squad lifts their way to the top during the 2013 Regional NCC.

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    Voice for the Natives. The Center for Christian Formation performs a benefit concert for the construction of Aetahanan which will serve as dormitory for the indigenous Aetas.

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    Korean Invasion. A group of Korean students bags most awards for the short film category during the third Annual Film Festival. GyuMin Chung (second left) wins Best Actor and Best Director.

    Outstanding Documentarists. Equinox Productions tops the documentary film category during the third Annual Film Festival. The group bags the Best Story, Best Cinematography, and Best Editing awards while Errickson Bituin is awarded as Best Narrator. Danielle Carlos wins Best Director for

    the documentary film Pamana.

    Maria Erika Yumul is recognized asBest Actress for the short film Deception.

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    Birth of STATA. Basic Statistics students start using the statistical software STATA to innovate the way of learning the subject.

    From manual to electronic

    Report by Krishna Elaine MagdangalPhotos by Riza Marie Padilla

    guidance seminar

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    Big Fight for the Big Bite. HRM students present appetizing dishes with Northern and Central Luzons distinct flavors as they best other culinary schools in the cooking showdown.

    Photos Courtesy of Angelle Nikhole Cruz

    A Bite of Hope. Angeleneans extend their helping hands to Yolanda victims by eating, praying, and giving.

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  • It is always a challenge for producers and scriptwriters to come up with new, creative, and high-rating shows to be aired over modern televisions. Pinoy viewers are always meticulous when it comes to choosing what to watch. If a show does not interest them, remote controls will be abused by their fingers. If the plot is the same as before, viewers would feel sated and would raise a question, Anything new? All shows are inspired by the same and predictable twists which make our eyes roll away from the TV screens. Yes, I know that scenario too.

    For our remedy, some students around our campus were asked to suggest some shows they wish existed on national TV. Surprisingly, most of them are inspired by foreign shows. And it is highly suggested to do them in our own version. As we always say, Sa ating sariling istilo, di ba?

    THE PEG: HUNGER GAMES OR BATTLE ROYALE

    Students wish to stay tuned in a reality show and be puzzled on who will survive among the contenders like the tributes in the famed Hunger Games! Every episode will be filled with suspense because every movement and every action will be eyed by surveillance cameras. Wait, the show will not really promote murder or violence. There will be parameters given if the contender will be evicted or not. The show will not be appropriate for kiddie viewers but for old enough audience. Their hunger for exciting Pinoy Hunger Games-like reality show will be mixed with the rules of Battle Royale. What do you think?

    THE PEG: PHS NEXT TOP MODEL (PNTM)

    How about our own version of ANTM? Would that be great? In all fairness, it has been already produced here but regretfully, it did not spark a hit. But it is never too late to try it again! Because were Asians, we arent expected to have the features of a blonde woman. Perhaps we cant imitate everything the foreigners produce. In fact, a third year communication student, Dianne Jillian Ocampo, commented, Minsan kapag nanonood ako ng ANTM, winish ko na sana magkaroon ng ganon na walang height requirement. As we all know, most Filipinos arent blessed with long legs.

    THE PEG: ATTACK THAT STAR!

    No, that attack is not Ashs favorite command for his Pokemons. Heres my explanation of what students have hinted. Dont you think that an ambush documentation of a stars day-to-day life would be awesome? Its like the team of the show will go to a stars residence without prior notice. What do you think will be their reaction? Will they get mad, shocked, or pissed? How can they maintain their image in public? You know, it will be cute or funny to find your idols in pajamas or in boxer shorts and without any makeup on, of course. With this show, the inner and outer beauty of Filipinos can contribute to the success of the show. I could only imagine the hype it would receive. Right? On the spot, attack that star!

    THE PEG: 101 WAYS TO LEAVE A GAME SHOW

    Four brainy, mighty, and hopeful contestants can join this mind and body game show. The host announces a question followed by four possible correct choices. Each contestant is privileged to choose one answer. But the twist goes like this: out of those four choices, there is one wrong answer and the one who gets that wrong answer will be evicted. But wait, there is more! If you think being evicted makes you save your life, think again. In 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show, being evicted means extreme yet exciting challenges are to be nailed. The studio will not free you unless you succeed. Yes, the contestant can avail 101 ways to leave the show. Hmm this show might need longer running time than expected.

    THE PEG: WE GOT MARRIED

    Heres another hypothetical but hard question: What if you will be married to someone you never knew? We Got Married is a Korean TV show which seeks celebrities and matches them randomly. They will not have the chance to choose who to be with. The shows aim is to make the couple live together. They will be experiencing a mock marriage life and their fans will more likely cling on the channel. Filipino fans would surely love this kind of sensation. I think this reality show believes that love, including marriage, is like a game.

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  • Without majoritys knowledge, a young entrepreneur roams around the university every day to assess all academic requirements. Without prior notice, a woman who aspires to be a flight attendant is familiar to us as we may have seen her on TV.

    Both may not know they excel in their chosen endeavors but one thing is for sure: They are working on them at this present time to maintain the magnitude of their success.

    Flip this page and be motivated by two different fresh success stories brought to us by our fellow Angeleneans.

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  • Dept. of Communicationand English Chair

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    member of the Great Danes Volleyball Team.

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  • COMPILATION BY RIZA MARIE PADILLA

    DEANNE BELLE CANLAS KATHERINA FAYE GALVAN

  • COMPILATION BY RIZA MARIE PADILLA

    DEANNE BELLE CANLAS KATHERINA FAYE GALVAN