Things you can do to reduce Global Warming!

By Eugene Cubillo 

Hey Kids! No matter where you are from, what your age or nationality is, you only have one home and that’s Earth.

So take a stand and help save it TODAY before it’s too late. In your small way, you can ensure Earth’s survival!


Amazing Grace

Posted On April 25, 2009

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Stong and Tofi

Posted On April 25, 2009

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By Stong Franco


Movie Review: All balled into one


dragon-ball-evolution-movie-reviewReview by Joaquin Mariano, 10
La Salle Zobel

Watching the movie Dragonball Evolution was a welcome respite from the rigors of basketball training in La Salle Zobel, which started a couple of weeks ago, a mere three days after my last final exams. I was so excited to see it because Dragonball happens to be my favorite game in PSP. So, I know its principal character Goku and his signature move, kamehameha and of course, his nemesis the evil man Lord Piccolo.

To those who don’t know him yet, Goku is an 18-year-old high school student considered to be an outcast in his school. He often deals with bullies. Great thing, he is an extremely talented Martial Arts fighter because of the training that he got from his grandpa. It was only on his birthday that he found out that he has to save earth from the evil hands of Lord Piccolo. He and his friends need to get dragonballs to stop him.  (Read More)

One shell at a time

one-shell-at-a-timeWords by Amyline Quien Ching

There are only two things worth taking home after a trip to the beach— funny moments with your family captured on film and those shells, whether stringed to make a necklace or preserved for your shell collection. But do you know that bringing these shells home with you can indirectly deprive aquatic animals a piece of their homes?

Although often nondescript and largely taken for granted, seashells and corals play crucial roles in the ecosystem. Corals provide a home for small fishes and serve as their protection against predators. The same goes for shells, which are homes to soft-bodied animals called mollusks that help clean the water. If these are irresponsibly taken from their natural environment, the balance in the ecosystem will be affected, creating problems for marine life. Even the shells washed ashore serve a purpose by keeping the sand in place and providing food for birds.

One shell in particular that collectors are going after is the Triton’s Trumpet, which is worth a couple of thousand pesos. But because it is now part of shell collections at home, it is in danger of becoming extinct. This is unfortunate because Triton’s Trumpets can limit the number of crown-of-thorns starfishes and prevent the destruction of coral reefs. (Read More)

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