Sunday, October 19, 2008

From lyceanmanila to!

Change is the only permanent thing in this world.

And like anything else, we will be shifting a major change in this blog!
From Lyceanmanila, the blog will now be known as!!
The new blog will feature the most wanted, most requested and certified pinoy information we can be proud of.

This blog will feature anything about Pinoy, our country, our strengths,and of course, the best things we have. This blog will surely be a very useful source for people-students, researchers, professionals, web surfers, academicians, and those from different walks of life- to learn more about Philippines.
This blog is a product of an inspiration from a Thai blogger named Pisanu who is the main creator of one of the most beautiful blogs ever- BISEAN, a blog that features ASEAN life. On the other hand, allaboutpinoy will feature Philippine’s best, and surely, worst as well.

The blogger encourages everyone to share thoughts for the progress and improvement of this blog. The blogger wramly welcomes every comments, suggestions, criticisms etc.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Lyceum, St Benilde cagebelles forge title duel

Defending champion Lyceum of the Philippines and College of St. Benilde overwhelmed their respective semifinal foes Saturday to forge a rematch of last year’s title duel in the 38th WNCAA senior basketball tournament at the St. Scholastica’s College gym.

The Lady Pirates crushed the World Citi Colleges Vikings, 83-50, and the Lady Blazers followed suit by overwhelming the St. Scholastica Scions, 90-64.

Game One of the best-of-three series for the Senior A title is set tentatively on Oct. 7.

April Dianne Lualhati topscored with 24 points as she reprised her role of chief thorn on the side of the Vikings. Lualhati powered the Lady Pirates to a 69-36 victory over the Vikings in their first encounter last Sept. 9.

Leonette Salvacion, on the other hand, made herself a target for the Lady Pirates’ defense in the finals as she topscored with 30 points for the Lady Blazers.

In the final playing day of the Senior B elimination round, Rizal Technological University completed a six-game sweep with a 58-41 victory over La Consolacion College Manila. Cariza Joanna Valdez led the winners with 19 points.

Emilio Aguinaldo College finished third after nipping University of Asia and the Pacific, 58-55.

RTU will have the twice-to-beat edge in the semifinals next Sunday against fourth-ranked Philippine Women’s University. St. Francis of Assisi College will have the same bonus over EAC after ending the eliminations in second at 5-1.


Saturday, July 26, 2008

Lyceum scores a win against FEU

MANILA, Philippines—Lyceum of the Philippines finally ended its three-game skid with a thrilling five-set victory over reigning UAAP champion Far Eastern University Sunday that revived its hopes in the Shakey’s V-League Season 5 of the women’s volleyball tournament at The Arena in San Juan City.
Veteran Beverly Boto scored 23 points, including 20 kills, while Dahlia Cruz added 16 for the Lady Pirates, who took the last two sets to complete a tough 25-23, 20-25, 24-26, 25-16, 15-8 win over the Lady Tams before a big Sunday crowd.
Adamson University served notice of its title bid as it walloped Ateneo de Manila University, 25-15, 25-20, 25-18, in the second game to catch idle San Sebastian College at the helm with its second win in as many outings.
Neriza Bautista outhit, outplayed and outscored Thai import Jindarat Kanchana, finishing with 14 kills in a 15-point output while Angela Benting and Rissa Laguilles fired 14 and 12 points, respectively for the Lady Falcons, the losing UAAP finalists.
The power-spiking Kanchana, who normed 17 hits in Ateneo’s first two romps, was held to 10 points while the prolific Ma. Rosario Soriano struggled for only nine points as the Eagles dropped to third with a 2-1 slate.
Lyceum’s first win in four starts revived the Lady Pirates’ hopes for a quarterfinal berth in the double-round elimination phase of the event sponsored by Shakey’s Pizza and organized by Sports Vision.
FEU, which outlasted College of St. Benilde also in five sets last week, dropped to 1-1.
Boto also had three blocks while Sylvie Gay Artates came up with two to anchor Lyceum’s defense up front while the rest of the crew helped neutralize the spiker Irish Morada.
Cruz also blasted home 13 points for the Lady Pirates, who started out strong but failed to thwart the Lady Tams in the second and third sets.
“I told my players in the fifth set that they should play as a team and help each other,” said Lyceum assistant coach Benjamin Mape, who took over from head coach Emil Lontoc.
The Pirates pounced on three errors by the Lady Tams, including two by Morada, before Boto delivered a kill that gave Lyceum a 13-7 lead in the deciding frame.
“We focused on Morada and it’s a good thing that my players responded,” said Mape
Thanks to Inquirer for this article.

Lyceum: 16th most expensive university in Manila

The blogger thought of something that could be very interesting these days, as far as prices of all commodities and non-commodities are concerned. That's painful, really. This time, the blogger would like to show how our university's tuition fee fares with the fees of other universities and colleges here in Manila. The data below were gathered from Philippine Daily Inquirer's publication last May 22, 2008. The estimated tuition fee already includes miscellaneous fees and all other applicable fees.

Below are the actual Cost per Unit of Top Metro Manila Colleges and Universities for incoming Freshmen (Annual Year 2008-2009)

School Cost per unit Estimated tuition per Year

1. Univ. of the Asia and the Pacific P2,400.00 ------------P124,800.00
2. De
La Salle University 2,045.33 -----------------------110,447.82
3. Ateneo De Manila University 2,517.03 ----------------90,613.20
4. Assumption College 1,533.00 -----------------------84,315.00
5. Mapua Institute of Technology 1,400.00------------ -- 84,000.00
6. St. Scholastica’s College 1,564.00-------------------- 75,072.00
7. San Beda College 1,188.00------------------------- 64,152.00
8. Miriam College 1,486.00 ---------------------------62,412.00
9. Philippine Women’s University 828.00 ------------------59,616.00
10. Far Easter University 1,100.00----------------------- 55,000.00
11. Colegio de San Juan de Letran 970.00 -----------------50,440.00
12. University of the East 1,040.00-------------------- 47,840.00
13. University of Sto. Tomas 1,072.90 -------------------45,061.80
14. St. Paul College of Quezon City 922.00 -----------------44,256.00
15. AMA Computer University 780.00 -------------------42,120.00
16. Lyceum of the Philippines 900.00--- 37,800.00
17. Trinity University of Asia 870.00 ------------------------36,540.00
18. University of the Philippines 1,000.00------------------ 36,000.00
19. San Sebastian College 786.00 ------------------------33,012.00
20. College of the Holy Spirit, Manila 903.91 ---------------32,540.76

21. Polytechnic Univ. of the Philippines 12.00 -------------------500.00

Yeah. You look so surprised! Did you expect LA Salle at the top? Ever realized AMA gets more money than us? And UST does not belong to the top ten? Now thinking to move to PUP?

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

New Student Council presidents bared

After days of campaigns and preparations for this year's student council election, all colleges have now produced new set of student leaders for this school year. The election gathered thousands of votes from more than 9,000 Lyceans who trooped to Mabini Hall last July 10-11 and cast their favorites. Tight competition is how to describe the battle between 2 dominating parties, the Kalayaan and Independiente Party. In the end, the latter one produced the most elected officers.

Here is the list of new student council presidents of each colleges:

  1. International Hospitality and Management- Deanne Mantes
  2. Business Administration- Jade Jumarang
  3. Nursing- Ma. Lyzl Tabora
  4. Arts and Sciences- Patricio Dawn
  5. Engineering- Rosemin Silva
  6. Computer Studies- Tessa Laiza Bolor
  7. International Relations- Glady Brojan
The elected presidents will then meet one another and will vote one person who will then become the President of the Lycean Student Government for this year.


The Search is on for the 2008 WNCAA VJ for Lyceum of the Philippines University!

Here are the qualifications:
  • Female
  • Fluent in English
  • Up-to-date with the latest sports
  • creative, spontaneous and witty
  • and friendly and outgoing,
If you have what it takes ,then fill out an application for, at the Public Relations, Marketing and Advertising Office Rm 102 together with a 2x2 ID photo or a profile shot. Loads of prizes are at staje so hurry and send in your application form today!

Deadline of submission is on July 119 at 6PM. Finals will be held on Wednesday, Juyly 23.

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Welcome to Lyceum Cavite!

The blogger had a wonderful opportunity to tour and take a walk in our university's newest campus, the Lyceum Cavite . Considered as the first resort campus, let's take a look at one of the most beautiful and modern schools of today.
The campus is strategically located in the heart of General Trias, Cavite, about 15-20 kms away from Intramuros , and is accessible by land by bus, jeepney or by taxi. The land area is definitely larger than our Manila campus and there are 2 buildings, separated by a wide area where you can relax and bond with friends in front of 2 mini lakes (with ducks pa!) and wander around and breathe fresh air!! That's one thing we don't have here in Manila. Let's admit it.
One unique feature of this campus is the large backyard at its back, apart from its parking lot, it also has a wide area of green fields where some land animals like ponies, goats and some others wander around and claim it as if its their home. The whole campus currently is about 90% complete, still under completion especially with air-conditioning, and some finishing touches.
We also visited, of course, some classrooms, the library, the canteen, HRM laboratories, Admissions office, and the registrar. Classroom chairs are entirely different than what we have here in Manila, theirs are green-colored fiber glass/chrome chairs. They have whiteboards, but they do not write onto it. It is covered by a transparent board and so it looks so clean. The library, on the other hand, still needs a lot of improvement and more books! They have minimal number of computer stations, and internet wires have yet to be set up. One more thing, most parts of the school, if not the whole, does not rely much on lightings, natural light from outside brings so much light inside the classrooms .
Classes here have started last June, almost one thousand students have enrolled, making them the pioneer batch of the campus.
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