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“Hey Maam/Sir, Prof. b talaga kayo?”
January 1st, 2009 posted by Bh000ooo under Criticism, Exposes. [ Comments: none ]

At the Very point this time, I’m thinking na tama nga ba ang school na pinasukan ko?

I’m an ECE student, Freshmen, I would like to commend on the Adu’s professors kasi when I attended the first sem. I was totally shocked because of my prof. wala ng kasing ginawa kundi magmura, I was shocked because in my previous high school university, saying FOUL WORDS are strictly not allowed. And syempre nga dahil mura lang sya ng mura, ang naintindihan ko lang during class is her words itself. Second, I have this prof. na hindi ko maintindihan kung nag didiscuss ba nakikipag kuwentuhan ba, up to now di ko alam kung saan nya kinuha yung grades namin. And the other one, from UP daw sya, pero sulat lang ng sulat.

This second sem, I am expecting that the bunch of professors that are assigned to us will be good enough but I have this prof. sa AutoCad na nagbibigay ng draft na mali-mali. Hindi man lang nilinaw yung bagong figure. Nagbigay pa ng no. of trials ng checking, pagsumobra  na dun, 75 na. “E maam, mali nga po yung figure nyo e” don’t wonder magkakamali din kami.

In my first sem. I talk to guidance councilor and he said that, “some of this cases would be unavoidable” but my point is, kung hindi unavoidable, sana naman lang, ma lessen ang cases. At sa mga prof. na “INSTITUTION” na daw! feeling super stable na sa work ah., kaya kahit bumubulok na ang pagtuturo “GO parin”. Now I’m thinking to transfer nalang kc mukhang blurred yung future ko sa AdU. Hayy….

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The New AdU Student Center
December 7th, 2008 posted by juan_dc98 under Campus Issues, News. [ Comments: none ]

Greetings Schoolmates

I am a freshman here at the University taking up Engineering. I am fairly new but I get around. I would like to know your views on some of the issues inside the campus.

I am not a very good writer but I can manage some sentences here and there so please afford me a little slack if you would so please.

Getting off my ride, I usually pass by the CS gate but I always prefer leaving through the “back door” which is of course the high school gate. I never did notice it at first but there is some commotion over there, both physically and in words – I am referring to the Student Center.

I am sure most of you have read the article the Chronicle published about this facility. Frankly, it got me excited, as an aspiring engineer, I thought I could learn a thing or two. Seeing the design to be modern and a bit “industrial” I was drooling over the prospect of being part of the action. Snooping around, I saw three engineering students already conducting their OJTs and I was envious. They were inspecting the site, counting the steel reinforcement of the girders and checking them for correctness according to the plans. This was something I wanted to experience for myself and I believe in future projects, I can also be a part of its creation.

The building presented itself to be not just the future home of students but also, as it is being built, be a tool for learning. Kudos to the Admin and its Architect for allowing us students to be part of this project.

However, my curiosity led to another, more bleak facet of this building. I have learned that the Architect who designed the building is being cussed and now being called “Unethical.” I am not sure why, nor what their professionals code of conduct states but from the whispers along the corridors and from some of the arki profs as well, the college of architecture is mad at the architect because the admin nominated him rather than nominating someone from the university’s own pool of architects.

Well, it is a slap in the face; having an outsider take reigns over what should be otherwise another’s. But technically speaking, I did some online researched and found the architect’s board website ( There is such a law as RA 9266, the Architecture Act of 2004. It states in one of its laws that an architect cannot take a project if it is already being lobbied for by another unless it is a competition. “Walang sulutan,” to put it bluntly. But reading from the Chronicle article, the Office of Student Affairs contacted this architect and asked him to prepare a design and was presented to the President, VP, Student Government, OSA and the Dean of the College of Architecture. I do not think that there were any competitors against this design and seeing that the College of Architecture knew about it they should have spoken out earlier.

To nip you even further, I was surprised to learn that an architect cannot just give free professional services – yep, you heard right, at least that is what the CoA is saying. I am not one for believing off the bat so I consulted my friend, Google.

There is a Code of Conduct for architects that disdainfully as it may sound, there is a price-list for their services depending on what they are designing or the type of service they give. So every architect has a fair chance of remuneration. Sounds simple enough, one cannot go lower than the prescribed fee because they will gain better advantage of getting the project – “parang twaran sa palenke.” But reading more, I see that pro-bono work is not a violation of this rule Paragraph 5-A “The Architect’s Responsibilities in relation to Colleagues and Subordinates.”

The Architect shall not render professional services, without compensation except for small civic or charity project. He shall neither offer nor provide preliminary services on a conditional basis prior to definite agreement with the Client for the commission of the project.


So it is not true that giving away free architecture service is a violation of their conduct, it is misread. The student center is a civic building, paid for by the students and used by students for non-academic activities – any Adamsonian is welcome in its premises and is not privately used.

Ok, so why am I writing this? I am writing this because I pity the man who gave his time, effort and resources, so Adamson can kick him in the gut and look like an ingrate. I am not here to save the world but I want my Student Center, so I hope we support its completion and not piss off the person responsible for its design and realization.

“Sir, humihingi na lang po ng dispensa para sa mga miron na naiingit, mabuhay po kayo.”

To the College of Architecture, here is a fellow architect, one of your own who went beyond his norms to answer a call of charity. I thoughts architects were selfish because you took away the engineer’s right to design architecturally, but here is a man who loved to be a student and gave back surpassing technicalities.

“Huwag bo sana kayo madadala”

So, what is in store for the author of this building, we’ll if a case is filed and wins, his license to practice architecture may be suspended or revoked – ouch!

So fellow Adamsonian, let us support the Student Center

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The Solar System flashes a smiley
December 1st, 2008 posted by JB under Current Events. [ Comments: none ]

Venus (upper left), Jupiter (upper right), and the moon align tonight, Dec. 1, to form some sort of a “smiley.”

An event similar to this one will take place about four decades from now. So this is all what we’ll probably see in our lifetime.

Photo taken just some hours ago by my Incubus-worshipping sister, Roch.

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I’m so proud!!!
November 28th, 2008 posted by angeilla under Opinion. [ Comments: none ]

I’m so very proud to be an Adamsonian hindi man siguro tayo ang pinaka the best university at least nakapasok tayo sa top 20!!! YAN ANG ADAMSONIAN!!!

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‘Groundhog Day’
November 24th, 2008 posted by JB under Alumni Stories, Literary. [ Comments: none ]

“So which is it? Groundhog Day or [title of 1993 movie I forget at the moment]?”

My brother, Marvin, winces and makes a face as he surveys the posters. We’re in Glorietta, and this is the summer of 1993. The whole family was supposed to watch a Russian circus, but something had happened and the performance was canceled. And this being the pre-texting and pre-Internet age, we learned about it only when we’re already standing right outside the circus tent.

The circus had pitched their huge yellow tents in an empty lot at the corner of Buendia and Ayala in Makati. In 2008, this lot would be occupied by the RCBC Tower. Not wanting to waste what is an otherwise fun sunny afternoon, somebody suggests we see a movie. So the five of us troop to the nearby mall, then we split – Marvin and I to watch the movie we like, my Father, Mother and my baby sister to go eat somewhere, look at expensive things, and drool.

“This looks fun,” I say, my finger trailing tentatively on the glass case that held Groundhog Day’s poster. It looks Christmas-y: there’s snow, there’s Bill Murray with that sardonic bored-as-hell face, there’s Andie MacDowell who at this point reminds me of my high school crush. “Let’s watch this. Groundhog Day. It’s really funny.”

I have no idea what the movie is about, but I’m choosing it because of the woman in it.

[Continue reading]

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Toastmaster’s demo
November 23rd, 2008 posted by MARIFE under Uncategorized. [ Comments: 2 ]

Hello Fellow Falcons!

Just wanna inform everyone of a Toastmasters Demo Meeting @ 1-3PM on Dec. 4, 2008 in the Engineering Conference Room, 2/F Ozanam Bldg. of AdU.

Theme: ” SOAR HIGHER! ” with AdU’s very own Prof. MAURINO V. CABRIDO, ATM as General Evaluator.

This activity is one of AdUChESS’ current projects, worked-out by its current President, MELODY JAY D. ISON, in collaboration with ChE Dept. Chair ENGR. MEL PALENCIA and the undersigned AdU alumna (yours truly)..Everyone is welcome to be a guest - students, professors & AdU employees alike..Come join us and see how you can maximize your potentials in enhancing your speaking skills with sense and eloquence through TOASTMASTERS! For more info, you may contact MELO at 0915 605-4871; please check on

All the best,


President, Philamlife Toastmasters Club

Club 1010 Since May 31, 1994

Area 11, Division B, District 75, Philippines

0922 862-9925 /

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Kelan ba ang Mr. and Ms. Adamson?
November 22nd, 2008 posted by kritiko ng mali under Criticism, Gossip. [ Comments: 1 ]

Na-e-excite na ako para dito. Hindi ako kabilang sa mga lalaban pero ang pagiging kritiko ko ay iiral. Isang bagong kurso ang nakakatuwa sa Adamson. Magastos ito. Siguro alam niyo na kung ano ito. Natatawa ako dahil ang kurso na ito ay ieexpect mo na para sa mga magaganda o guapo dahil dapat sila ay presentable, hindi ko din sinasabi na  dapat  maganda at guapo lamang ang pwedeng pumasok sa kurso na ito.

Pero ang nakakatuwa (nakakatawa na din) ang muse nila ay hindi kagandahan.

Ang aasahan mong itsura ng mga muse syempre ay maganda, pati na din ang ugali. May mga kaibigan ako sa kurso na ito pero sa kanila na din nanggaling ang mga impormasyon. Hindi nila alam kung bakit yun daw ang nanalo. Siguro dahil sa talent portion. Nag-belly dancing daw, marami daw siguro ang naantig sa hubog ng kanyang pangangatawan dahil nakatakip ang kalahati ng kanyang mukha. Natatawa na lang ako. Dahil tuwing makikita ko ang muse na ito ay una kong iniisip ay dehado to lalo na kung alam ng lahat ang tunay niyang ugali. Wala din naman daw laman ang utak nito ayon sa kanyang mga kaklase. Ano na ba ang batayan ng BEAUTY PAGEANT? Wala na nga syang beauty, wala pang brains.

Kilala ko na siya ng personal. Dahil ipinakilala sa akin. Pero simula nung ipinakilala ito sa akin ay hindi ko na muling kinausap, dahil maarte din siya.

Isa lang ang masasabi ko sa batang ito. Wag ka magiinarte dahil hindi ka kagandahan. Iilan lang ba ang may alam na ikaw ay isang muse? Pag nalaman siguro ng lahat na muse ka, malamang madaming magiging tulad ko, na isang kritiko mo!

Clue? Wala, basta bago lang ang kurso ng mukhang bakla na muse na to.

kritiko ng mali has blogged 1 posts

Michael Crichton is dead
November 7th, 2008 posted by JB under Current Events. [ Comments: none ]

I guess there goes Prey II.

Michael Crichton, 66, a writer and filmmaker whose enormously popular and entertaining novels such as “Jurassic Park” and “The Andromeda Strain” explored the limits and consequences of science, and who also created the long-running television medical drama “E.R.,” died of cancer Nov. 4 in Los Angeles.

Mr. Crichton began his literary career as a Harvard University medical student in the late 1960s and parlayed his knowledge of technology, medicine and science into a series of swiftly paced techno-thrillers. He sold more than 150 million books, and more than a dozen films were made from his novels, several with him in the director’s chair.

He made scientific arcana comprehensible to the layman and generated plausible suspense on subjects including deadly alien bacteria (”The Andromeda Strain,” 1969), brain surgery (”The Terminal Man,” 1972), a race of super-apes that guard diamonds (”Congo,” 1980), mysterious underwater spacecraft (”Sphere,” 1987), scientists who play God by cloning dinosaur DNA (”Jurassic Park,” 1990), the military uses of nanotechnology (”Prey,” 2002) and global warming (”State of Fear,” 2004).

At times, Mr. Crichton’s talent for provocative stories thrust him into a national debate. With “State of Fear,” he emerged as a leading skeptic of human-caused global warming and was castigated by environmentalists for hindering legislation to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide. A White House meeting with President Bush, a fan of his books, also alarmed many believers in global warming.


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The Day Ku Klux Klan Dread the Most: Obama’s Victory
November 5th, 2008 posted by AJ007 under Adamson Chronicle, Alumni Stories, Opinion. [ Comments: none ]

Mabuhay ka Barrack Obama ! ! !

Personally, I perceive Obama’s victory as a sign of time; that the type casted is now getting a chance to sow change in this corrupt world. And it is a phenomenon that it is happening to the most corrupt of the Western Powers. Does this mean that CIA “bucked” coup d’ tats against nationalist leaders of former Marxist (and still Socialist) states would be a non – existent? Does this mean that assassinations of third world leaders would stop? Does this mean that war would end? Does this mean that the too much hyped up Muslim – Christian war around the globe ends? Does this mean that the oppressed will now break its chains from the sinister power the lords over them?

If thats how the policeman of the word operates? Then we don’t want it.

The Blacks were America’s first victims. We all know how much the Black suffered from White supremacists. History books conveniently yield out the names of Martin Luther King Jr., Malcom X and Medger Evans, all slain in the Southern USA in the height of Klan activity and the movement for civil liberties. Hollywood commercialized the violence in movies like Mississippi Burning, Amistad, A time to Kill etc. There are even novels by John Grisham and Anne Moody depicting gross maltreatment to the Blacks.

The Blacks were labeled with so many slur like niggers, negroes, etc, they’re also exposed to different type of political persecution done through political doubletalk. The attack to healthcare benefits particularly pertaining to cardiac arrest which has a slight over the fact that the Whites get less attention because physiologically Blacks are more prone to heart attack.

A White as Mc Cain is, who couldn’t even distinguish between Sunni and Shiites said in one of this campaign: “he has a funny name” referring to the contender Barack Obama. This Mc Cain said after bragging his military career hinting on another slight on Obama as a draft dodger who converted to Muslim. But that’s beside the point.

With the change that Obama epouses, hopefully, oil monopoly will end too, and that energy distribution will be of a larger scale now. And the “tokamak” technology would prosper to pave the way for a cleaner and more far reaching energy production. Hopefully, stemcell research would continue. Technology tarnsfers would be more open and study grants for scientific advancement would be open.

There are people who aren’t that ready for change. Actually, anti-Obama politicking even reached here, a media outfit that obviously airs Gloria’s crap has one of its worthless newsman feature the US election, as sure as he was US Embassy sponsored, he gave Mc Cain a longer airtime feature.   

Of course there are people that oppose the brand of change that a person like Obama espouses, needless to say they could be racist. Or simply belonging to other political line. Needless to say, the Ku Klux Klan didn’t support Obama.

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My Travel to Northern Mindanao
October 30th, 2008 posted by AJ007 under Alumni Stories, Opinion, Travels. [ Comments: none ]


It was quite an experience to visit Cagayan de Oro City for three (3) days last week. It was a business trip and it was my first. I had to deliver, demo and install our spectrophotometer unit that Del Monte Cagayan de Oro bought from our company.

Cagayan de Oro is so beautiful a place. From the sky, as the plane prepares to land, one could see the inviting topography over the so – called Macajalar Sea.  Approaching Lumbia National Airport, the rock signage saying “Welcome to Cagayan de Oro City, City of Golden Friendship” couldn’t be missed.  Plus the eagle looking bird flying at the tip of the runway when the plane touched had been impressive.

Outside the airport, I was met by our friendly sales parson with a cheerful:  “Welcome to Cagayan de Oro, Dong”

The greetings actually melted my heart.  Suppressing tears, I crisply replied, “thank you…”

To me, it was a sort of being accepted to be addressed to as “Dong.”

Lumbia National Airport, as I realized later was built on top of a mountain.  A taxi ride down town fills your eyes with fresh scenic beauty of the place. But there’s a disruption, an SM mall somewhere down the road, well of course commercialization is inevitable.  Posh subdivision nearby could be noticed with its big entrance gate. After few minutes, we reached town. I got checked in to a small hotel called Demiren Hotel,  aside from our sales person (who acted as my tour guide as well) and the taxi driver, the front desk clerks were the first few people I talked to and they are all amiable, straight to the point and honest. It was already 11:00 am I was given specific instructions by our sales person to rest, take my lunch and be ready to be picked up after an hour.

Lunch has been delicious, fresh fish and squid, grilled delectably with special seasoning served with sauce suited to a Filipino pallet. And you can get it for PhP 65.00, of course that’s minus the hoity – toity hypocrisy of a fine dinning restaurant in Manila. In CDO, your PhP 65 meal is served and eaten in a nice well ventilated and clean place, among the nice people of Cagayan de Oro City. After my meal, I still have time to relax back in my room while watching cable TV. I changed and checked the time.

At about 12 O’ clock, I went to the reception area, the sales person had been waiting for me. Going to Del Monte, we had to cover a long stretch of road. “On your right Dong is the Nestle plant.The Del Monte Cagayan de Oro is a big facility facing the Macajalar Sea. I was nervous, I know for the fact that chemists there are well trained. The stereotype that Cebuano speaking people basically hates Manileño arrogance hit me like reality so I am constrained to check my manners. I really worked hard to remove any sign of being haughty in me.

We were waiting at the gate for a go signal to enter. We’ve already deposited our cell phones at the guard and my heart is killing me with loud palpitations. I was jittery. If the chemist would decide not to buy our product, then I had to haul it back to Manila. If in any way I miss at presenting  any of the important features of our machine, then I’m a cooked goose. If in any case I sound incompetent, then it is all over and done with.

Moment of truth. After a few meters of walk, I found myself inside a nice laboratory, white and surgically clean as a multinational laboratory should be. People are nice too but consumed with work.  These are scientists, no doubt about it and I’m sure, they would not forgive me for merely parroting what was stated in the user manual. 

Just after the smiles, the handshakes and pleasantries came a nice smacking activity

 “AJ, we are dealing with (I can’t tell the specific information, lets just use A and B) wavelengths A and B, can you show us a special feature of your machine that could read through the absorbance and transmittance the said wavelengths.”  Said the Chemist tersely.

Trying hard to muster courage, I said lamely: “Yes ma’am.”

Then I tried. Gosh! What’s happening? There’s no reading. My temple is sweating profusely.  I took out the cuvett and wipe the sides with tissue paper. Put it back in and run the test. Same result. God damn it! God what have I done?  I tried to probe the wavelengths, there was some faint reading in other region, but it was too far from the specified, the valleys and peak are here but not on the specified. It’s all flat. I prayed hard: “God, just let me through this, I’ll belay plans of posting my proof against the TAC EB 1999 – 2000, promise just let me through this…”

Then I realized that it was time to concede and end the pain. I politely told the chemist that there no reading on the said wavelengths A and B. The chemist smiled. I said to myself: “well this is it, She’s just kind enough to pass it off without embarrassing me, thanks God, I swear, I’ll belay the posting of the proof, promise…”

But She said: “Actually, AJ,  yun yung gusto namin, na walang reading dun sa region ng wavelength nay un, dahil pag meron…”

“WHAT?” I said rather triumphant. It was a test

I said a prayer again: “Oh God, you really want me to clear my name and be vindicated. I am gonna post my proof on my second blog when I get back to Manila.”

I went back to my hotel, change into walking attire, and strolled around the City. I found an Internet Café and emailed the result to Manila Office. Then I went on with my walking spree.

They have a place there called Divisoria, but its clean, the Xavier College Ateneo de Cagayan is within the loop, UAAP blog has it that Adamson Falcon Cager Olalia has been scouted from Xavier College. Walking onwards along Trino Bros street is a Plaza and near there is a big church called Saint Agustine Cathedral.

I went inside the Church and notice a nice garden beside it. So I walked over to the Garden and “surprise!” there is another nice view. The mountain ranges of Bukidnon and a river.

The sun was setting so I just stayed there until the sun hid behind the mountains. It was perfect.

That moment, I remember what Tito told me about inner peace, about having loving children. And I remember my own kids. I love the place, I wish they’re there with me. In a place where no one knows me. In a place where my name is not yet smeared by college politics.

I walked again, not knowing where to go, until I’ve decided that I want to eat “batchoy” when I was a small boy in Bacolod I always loved “batchoy.”

Then it was time for bed. I walked back to my hotel room. And chanced upon a nice movie on cinemax, it was “The Company.” It’s about CIA during the 60’s when James Angleton was chief of counter intelligence. It’s nice, packed with emotional script about espionage, betrayal of trust and all that jazz.

The next morning, I had to present our machine before the quality control people and those manning there standards room at Del Monte. It was a breeze, modesty aside, but our machine presented itself.

A taxi ride back to the City had been nice. The taxi driver had been telling me stories about the place. He told me it is the most peaceful place in the whole of Mindanao.  A snatcher caught three times gets executed by vigilantes. I’m impressed. He further told me that even the MILF wouldn’t dare wreck havoc in the place or else they’ll run out of resting places, according to the guy, the Military Intelligence Group (MIG) are in place in the whole City, and they’re more interested in keeping the peace.

The next morning, my CDO visit is over. I tried t o sleep early but I couldn’t. I just lay down on my bed until it was 4 am. I did my usual routine and catch a taxi that will take me to Lumbia National Airport.

Overhead I could hear helicopter engines hovering. It was MG520 attack helicopter. The Radio Mindanao Network announced the ongoing was in North Cotabato just below the slopes.

I took my boarding pass at the airport and waited for my plane. It was late, I noticed the Bronco bombers of the Philippine Air Force (PAF) using the runway.  There are fatigue choppers and MG520 helicopters landing and taking off. It barely stopped due to hard rain but after the rain, the PAF Broncos and choppers took to the air again.

At last my plane arrived. And before I knew it, I was admiring the sky view of Cagayan de Oro again. I saw SM, the Del Monte plant, the Nestle and the City itself, I realized that the City is surrounded by the mountain ranges of Bukidnon hence, Cagayan de Oro, the Valley of Gold.

But it was Good bye.

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  • boldstar.AdU : away na to. hahaha..
  • jctronix : @epalbuster: i dont know kung paano mo nasabing anay ako. as far as i can see it tumutulong lang nman kasi ako. pero kung may point ka naman I would gladly change. sabihin mo lang kung ano yung nagpa-anay sakin..thanks!
  • jctronix : si mam de ocampo prof ko ng controls pero last 2 sems na ata..parehas tayo ng exams ng finals as others noted
  • jctronix : @erebus
  • epalbusters : mag aral ka maigi erebus, dont spend your time in blogging, lalo kang babagsak your lesson well..
  • epalbusters : ingat sa paglalakad, baka madapa ka
  • epalbusters : hello erebus..tapang mo ah..tingin-tingin ka lang sa paligid mo, ikaw din..kilala ka na yata..
  • erebus : managinip ka
  • erebus : hahaha
  • erebus : hoy jc mukha mo naka enroll ka sa control
  • jctronix : huh? ko si mam ng controls..wala po akong nakitang mali sa nireply ko..concrete steps lang naman yun..
  • spidermash : naalala ko rin password ko sa wakas...
  • boldstar.AdU : sana pumasa tayo.. sana..
  • boldstar.AdU : ibabagsak na tayo ni mam nyan
  • boldstar.AdU : erebus! kilala kita.. hehehe..
  • erebus : hindi ka kasali sa usapan kaya wag kang epal

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