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Through a Tamaraw’s Eye
Available at All Flip-Flops branches in Metro Manila (Alabang Town Center, Bonifacio High Street, Glorietta 3, Greenbelt 5, SM City North EDSA Annex, SM Mall of Asia, SM Megamall, Robinsons Place, Ermita and Trinoma), Complex Lifestyle Store Eastwood, Complex Lifestyle Store Festival Mall, Rustan's Alabang Town Center, Rustan's Gateway, Rustan's Makati, and Rustan's Shangri-La Plaza Mall on July 6.
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The Perfect White Shirt's latest FEU themed tees are now available at the Tams Bookstore!
Tams Bigger, Better, Says Coach
By JONAS TERRADO
July 11, 2012, 7:23pm
Far Eastern University coach Bert Flores no longer thinks the Tamaraws will be a push-over – literally and figuratively—when the UAAP basketball season gets underway tomorrow.
After being crowded out of the shaded lane by opponents the last two seasons, particularly by the Ateneo Blue Eagles, Flores believes those days are over.
He is confident that the rebuilding process has been successful and said he has found the answer to reach the title series for the third straight year.
“Talagang dehado kami (last year) dahil nandun si (Greg) Slaughter (sa Ateneo),” Flores said referring to Blue Eagles' 6-foot-11 star center who dominated the Tams enroute to Ateneo’s fourth straight title.
But with a stronger frontline, in particular the center position, the Tamaraws are hoping to be on even terms against tall rivals like Slaughter, Karim Abdul of University of Santo Tomas and Emmanuel Mbe of National University.
Whether Flores is accurate in his assessment will be known on Saturday when his team meets University of the Santo Tomas in one of the UAAP’s opening games at the Mall of Asia Arena.
FEU beefed up its roster with the addition of American center Anthony Hargrove and former NCAA juniors star Arvie Bringas to fill the loss of key big men Aldrech Ramos and Cameroonian Pipo Noundou.
Hargrove, a 6-foot-6 center from New York, was recruited by the Tams who saw him power Technological Institute of the Philippines to a runner-up finish in the 2010 UCAA season.
The 6-foot-3 Bringas, on the other hand, took a two-year residency to play with the Tams after a stint with La Salle in 2009. During the residency period, Bringas, a former San Sebastian Staglet, put on some muscles and is expected to be a key member of the FEU rotation
Unified Garcia and Romeo key to FEU’s drive in UAAP 75
By Mark Giongco
MANILA, Philippines—Far Eastern University Tamaraw’s success rests on the obvious: Can RR Garcia and Terrence Romeo finally coexist?
Dynamic duo when in sync, but often times dynamic do-it yourself.
“Nagkakanya-kanya sila (last season). So I told them you can’t carry the team by yourselves. You need to involve each other and involve your teammates,” Flores said in Filipino. “That was what we really focused on this summer.”
FEU can manage to win games with just Garcia and Romeo in some sort of a what-you-can-do-I-can-do-better contest and end up with 25 plus points each. They’re that good offensively.
But FEU won’t get over the hump with their overlapping tandem.
In last season’s Finals, it was evident. Flores said it himself moments after his team got demolished, 64-82, by Ateneo in Game 1: “Nung third quarter hindi na kami nag-ball movement, halos dalawa na lang ang tumatanggap ng bola namin.”
Flores then said of Romeo’s play: “Masyado niyang iniisip yung opensa kaya hindi na umiikot yung bola namin.”
“Masyado nilang tinitignan kung ano na ang score nila (Garcia and Romeo). Mahirap e. Kaya sabi ko sa kanila, hindi importante and score kailangan dito as a team. Tawag ako ng tawag ng play kaso gusto nung dalawa sa kanila e.”
Flores sounded like a broken record: Ball movement. They think about scoring too much. Our big men didn’t have their touches. And so on.
Clearly, he wants none of that hero ball this time around and he demands his two stars to share the leather.
“What I want them to do is to get the others involved.”
“More on assists. We can’t afford to just have RR and Terrence score 25 each because we’re easier to stop if that happens. That’s why I want them to get the others involved,” Flores told INQUIRER.net.
“They also watched the NBA Finals. Westbrook scored 45 and yet they lost. They saw what LeBron did, he facilitated,” said Flores, who also cited the loss of stopper Chris Exciminiano due to graduation as a big blow to his team.
Garcia, with a scorer’s mentality, is at his best with the ball and so is Romeo. And that’s what troubles Flores.
FEU will face an early test as it tangles with rival and fellow contender University of Santo Tomas in the opener on Saturday at the MOA Arena.
“We’re ready. We’re focused and we’re well prepared. Nag-improve na din yung samahan ng team,” said the former Rookie-of-the-Year Romeo.
Romeo also said it’s easy to get his teammates involved and with him and RR working together he explained: “Kung sino yung mainit sa amin suportahan na lang ng isa’t-isa, kung mainit siya (Garcia) bigay sa kanya lahat.”
The Tamaraws made the Finals in the last two seasons but on both occasions got swept by the Ateneo Blue Eagles.
Despite Aldrech Ramos, Pippo Noundou and Exciminiano’s departure, FEU remains as a formidable team especially with the addition of athletic American import Anthony Hargrove.
“FEU is loaded and perhaps the deepest team,” said Adamson head coach Leo Austria, whose squad got knocked off by the Tamaraws in Season 74 despite a twice-to-beat edge.
Still though, it all boils down to that question.
Lagula, Geron top Shell Northern Luzon chess
FAR EASTERN University’s (FEU) McDominique Lagula downed Ali Guya in a duel of unbeaten players in the sixth round, then racked up two more points in the last three rounds to emerge solo champion in the Shell National Youth Active Chess Championships -- Northern Luzon leg at Brickstone Mall in Tuguegarao City last Sunday.
Not even a final round setback to Mark Asejo could slow down Lagula, who built enough cushion after beating Guya, Paul Geron and Gil Ruaya. He wound up with eight points and topped the 9-round boys’ juniors division of the two-day event sponsored by Pilipinas Shell.
Guya bounced back from a loss to Lagula with victories over Charles Abuzo and Janleigh Aguete and a draw with James Dacanay to end up solo second with 7.5 points and join Lagula in the national finals in September. Asejo and Abuzo shared third place with seven points.
Local bet Crizelle Geron, playing out of National University, won her last three games, including a final round victory over erstwhile solo leader Michelle Yaon, to pool six points then nipped Highzzy Manaloto in the tie break to bag the girls’ juniors crown for the second straight time and gain the lone slot in the national finals.
Manaloto also beat Yaon in the sixth round but was held to a draw by Virgenie Ruaya in the final round to settle for second while Joribene Bonifacio took solo third by piling up 5.5 points.
Natalie Kyle Abuzo swept her last three matches to score 6.5 points then nipped Jill Alcaraz, who also won her last three games, in the tie break to capture the girls’ kiddies crown and a berth in the grand finals.
Erstwhile leader Martina Casiano dropped her fifth and sixth-round matches and slid to joint fourth with three others with five points, half-a-point behind third placer Marie Obedoza in the seven-round tournament sponsored by Shell FuelSave Unleaded & Diesel, Shell V-Power Nitro+, Shell Helix Motor Oils, Shell Advance Motorcycle Oils, Shell FuelOil Plus and held in partnership with SM Supermalls, Rudy Project, Our Home, Unilab and Brickstone Mall.
Juan Carlos Presente of San Jose Academy of Bulacan outwitted Carl Caldellon in a duel of undefeated players in the sixth round then scored two points in the last three rounds to emerge solo champion with eight points in the boys’ kiddies side.
Istraelito Rilloraza posted two points in the last four rounds to finish with 7.5 points then edged Valdellon in the tie break to snatch runner-up honors and the other slot in the grand finals.
Meanwhile, the third stage of the circuit, marking its 20th year as the country’s breeding ground of chess talents, will be held July 28-29 for the Southern Luzon leg at SM Batangas Event Center.
FEU to acquire 2.2-hectare property in Fiinvest Corporate City
By: Krista Angela M. Montealegre, InterAksyon.com
July 17, 2012 5:45 PM
MANILA - Far Eastern University Inc. has acquired a property in Alabang, Muntinlupa, the company told the local bourse.
In a meeting on Tuesday, FEU’s board of trustees authorized the acquisition of a 2.2-hectare lot in the Woods District of Filinvest Corporate City.
The property was acquired from Filinvest Alabang Inc., a subsidiary of Filinvest Development Corp.
The FEU board has authorized Lydia Echauz and Juan Miguel Montinola, the company's president and chief finance officer, respectively, to negotiate the terms and conditions of the acquisition and to sign and execute the documents related to the transaction on behalf of the company.
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Guys, may manunuod ba dito tomorrow sa Arena Vs Dlsu, Patron Side?
Wala bang provincial testing center and FEU sa Visayas?
Admissions testing in FEU Manila and FEU Makati will commence on August 4, 2012.
Regional Testing Schedules for admission for SY 2013-2014
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A delegation composed of Presidents, Vice-Presidents, Deans and Leaders of twelve universities in Indonesia under the University of Muhammadiyah Foundation visited Far Eastern University on July 18, 2012. The group held talks for an International Linkage and Partnership with the Administrators of FEU and leaders of the FEU Institute of Nursing.
The Indonesian delegation and FEU VPAS Dr. Miguel Carpio, AERO Director Albert Cabasada and IN Dean Dr. Rosalinda Salustiano, discussed the possibility of internship and student/faculty exchange programs.
Also in attendance were IN Coordinators Gloria Yang and Dr. Rachel Laxamana and former IN Dean and VPAA Dr. Lydia Palaypay.
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Short films by FEU, UP in Cinemalaya this week
Posted at 07/25/2012 6:27 PM | Updated as of 07/25/2012 6:28 PM
MANILA, Philippines – Short films by students from the Far Eastern University (FEU) and the University of the Philippines (UP) are part of the 2012 Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival and Competition.
The films are part of Cinemalaya’s ANI program, which showcases the works of student filmmakers from some of the country’s leading universities.
These will be screened at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ Tanghalang Manuel Conde (Dream Theater) on Friday, July 27 (for FEU) and Saturday, July 28 (for UP) from 10 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Last July 21, Cinemalaya screened short films from students of De La Salle University – College of Saint Benilde and Mapua Institute of Technology.
Below are FEU’s and UP’s short films included in this year’s Cinemalaya:
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FEU ARTIST DEVELOPMENT CENTER SET TO LAUNCH
Far Eastern University and the Department of Communication is moving to set the bar higher in developing school-based talents with the creation of the FEU Artist Development Center (FADC).
FADC is a student development program that will provide free training workshops to help students develop the basic skills that are crucial to hurdling entry-level screening for on-cam and off-cam talents. FADS aims to produce on-cam and off-cam talents who are competitive, professional, ethical and strong willed.
“This will serve as a seedbed of role models and talents that will best represent our students in multimedia on-cam stints,” said Prof. Joeven Castro, program head of the Department of Communication.
With over 29,000 students in FEU Manila, FADC will choose 30 who will be given the opportunity to undergo free intensive workshops with respected industry practitioners.
This will prepare them in becoming the next television news anchors, journalists, hosts, and talents in the entertainment industry.
“Through FADC, we hope to increase the presence of FEU artists/talents in multimedia platforms,” Castro added.
FADC has a development plan that seeks to provide FEU students the competitive edge that is anchored on our core values of Fortitude, Excellence and Uprightness. This year, training on-cam talents will be the focus, while next year, FADC will incorporate rigorous training programs for aspiring off-cam talents.
The Far Eastern University Development Center (FADC) will be open for auditions on August 4 (IAS, IARFA & IE) and August 8 (IABF, ITHM & IN) at the MassCom TV Studio, Arts Building 5/f from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Shortlisted applicants will be notified for a Final Screening set on August 11, 2012.
Posted July 27, 2012
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