Archive for March, 2016


Philippines, Los Banos: “Care, Cleanliness, Peace”

On February 27, 2016, World CARP (WCARP) University of the Philippines Los Banos Chapter organized an outreach program for 40 children living in less developed areas in Timugan, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines. The theme was “Kalinga, Kalinisan, Kapayapaan” (“Care, Cleanliness, Peace”).

There was a story-telling session on Joseph the Dreamer and God’s faithfulness in His promises to us, His children. There were also many interactive games and fun activities educating the children about cleanliness in the community and personal hygiene, which is an important and pressing topic for the community. 
CARP members there are now trying to establish and expand WCARP onto the campus of the University of the Philippines Los Banos, the country’s premiere state university, in the hope of reaching out to more students who want to grow spiritually and live for the greater good. 
You can check out their facebook page ( to find out more about their activities!
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Professors are People, Too

“Student Perspective” by Sung Soon Gaval

There’s more to college than just getting an education. You have a chance to learn from some of the most experienced individuals in your field: your professors.

Yet often enough, students don’t go further to connect with them outside of the classroom. Students may not feel the need to connect or that it’s even an option really available to them.



You’re more than just a student.

You’re still a brother or sister, a daughter or son, a friend, a coworker, and so much more. The different roles you hold are not segregated from the holistic, dynamic person that you are. When a crisis comes up in one area of our lives, the impact has a ripple effect (or waves of impact) in other areas.

When academics are affected, what do you do?

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