camille-diola

I graduated in 2009 from the best journalism program in the Philippines, and I now work for a university where I interact daily with Gen Y-ers and those who help them become wiser. In my spare time, I engage in non-profit work and advocate for responsible journalism and meaningful digital engagement. Twitter: @camillediola

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The Art of #Occupy

A closer look at how art helped start and sustain the Occupy movement.

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An Opinion on “Politeismo”

A heated controversy over a postmodern art installation entitled “Politeismo” (polytheism) recently rocked not just the Philippine art community.

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7 Autobiographies Worth Reading

Experience, either our own or other people’s, indeed is the best teacher. Here’s a short list of some inspirational memoirs.

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Industry fails the best musicians

Folk rock musicians haven’t gained the same popularity in recent years as the Gagas and the Biebers — but why?

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True Life: I don’t watch TV

Comedian Groucho Marx once said, “I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.”

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7 Awesome Art Blogs to Look At

For beginners in the intellectual-creative world of visual arts, here’s a list of some well-written, insightful, bookmark-worthy art blogs for your regular fix.

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Catholic for Life!

Growing up Catholic has allowed me to go beyond popular opinions and blind expressions, and has directed me to the Infinite Good we all desire.