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“I may have been the son of the boss, but I worked harder than anybody else to prove that I wasn’t just the son of the boss,” he tells the class of 2019.
On April 30, 2019, JG Summit Holdings Inc. President and CEO Lance Gokongwei left the graduating class of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela inspired with anecdotes of how he and his siblings independently worked their way to the top. In his ...
The 21-year-old son of Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo Puyat graduated with the highest possible honors in the U.K.
Vito Puyat, son of Department of Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo Puyat, just graduated from Newcastle University in the United Kingdom as a First Class Honours student. This is the highest possible grade classification one can achieve in the U.K. and is an ...
Joey Padilla worked in the housekeeping department at Enderun College while simultaneously studying to earn his degree.
Born fifth among 10 siblings to a family of farmers in Pangasinan, Joey Padilla experienced a life of hardship similar to that of many Filipinos across the country. However, at age 13, he decided to leave home for Manila in search of ...
What the 21-year-old has been up to and where his next steps after graduation will take him.
Vito Puyat, son of Department of Tourism Secretary Berna Romulo Puyat, is all set to graduate from Newcastle University in the United Kingdom on July 10, 2018. More reason to celebrate is the fact that his grades have qualified him to graduate ...
Arman Ali Ghodsinia will call for the fighting to stop.
Arman Ali Ghodsinia, a native of Marawi City, is set to speak on behalf of this year’s graduating class at the University of the Philippines Diliman's commencement exercises on Sunday, June 25.Ghodsinia is a B.S. Molecular Biology and Biotechnology major at the ...
Our greatest actors, writers, musicians, and leaders give really great advice—but it's not just for college graduates.
It's easy to dismiss the lessons delivered in a college commencement speech as reserved for bright, privileged kids with a degree at a fancy school who have their whole lives ahead of them. Anyone still grinding through college or living in the ...
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