Banka ni Teresa

Angat Buhay project, with the support of the St. Theresa’s College Alumni Association and the OVP, provided boats for three fishermen from Brgy. Algeciras, Agutaya. The Bangka ni Teresa initiative will help improve the livelihood for this fisherfolk community. Last week, fisherfolk of Agutaya were gifted with 3 motorized boats donated by the STCQAA. Through Read More …

Dear Lily

(Note: Lily Chua belonged to HS 55 and died on December 30, 2016.)    Dear Lily,           Your love for life is amazing and inspiring. Every moment for you seemed to count. It makes me wonder how long ago it was that you knew that you did not have much time left. We wouldn’t know since Read More …

Remembering Lily

(Note: Lily Chua belonged to HS 55 and died on December 30, 2016.)      Remembering Lily By Rosemarie J. Bautista HS Class ‘55             As a classmate I remember Lily as my cousin. Herminia’s (Nitang’s) good friend. The tall girls were seated at the back for practical reasons and Lily and Read More …

Rose Isada Cabrera and Marilyn Salvacion Mabuhay Restop: Promoting Cultural Heroism

      Rose Isada Cabrera and Marilyn Salvacion Mabuhay Restop: Promoting Cultural Heroism     Rose Isada Cabrera and Marilyn Salvacion have one of the most successful stories between mentor and apprentice: Rose, the supportive teacher, Marilyn, the passionate student.   The end product, or the start of their great relationship at the very Read More …

ONE STC R&R

  http://stcqcaa.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/one-stc-rr.mp4 Video Source: https://www.facebook.com/alvin.j.sunga/videos/10210198035324344/ Credits: Alvin John Paul Sunga     One STC R&R By Looey Querubin   Once again, Theresians from all four campuses got together for a day of spiritual nourishment and rekindling of friendship. Though Theresians in Southern California have been getting together for decades, it was only in the early 2000’s Read More …

An Excerpt from “The Other President’s Candor” by Chit Roces-Santos HS 55

     Warm Welcome         He smiled big, obviously touched by the warm welcome. Acting as moderators were Thelma, editor of the Inquirer’s Lifestyle section, and Inquirer reporter Nikko Dizon, herself and alumna (High School Class ’93).          As it turned out, neither he nor his audience needed moderating. He was himself quite enthused and candidly chatty, and the Read More …