Trigger Warning: The Rise of Trauma Literature

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  Sex sells―and so does pain and violence, apparently. This is evidenced by the popularization of “World War II” fiction such as The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, or All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. Even the recent rise of dystopian literature such as the Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins or… Read more »

The 21st Ateneo Heights Writers Workshop is now accepting applications

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  As the university’s official literary and artistic publication for over sixty years, Heights continues to cultivate the writing community of the Ateneo. The publication commits itself to providing opportunities for student writers to develop their craft alongside established and multi-awarded literary figures in the Philippine writing community. The Ateneo Heights Writers Workshop (AHWW) is an annual… Read more »

Heights and Tugon open applications to Kisapmata

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    Heights and Tugon Ateneo are proud to open a call for applications to KISAPMATA, a student exhibit slated in April. Tugon is a sector-based organization of the Ateneo de Manila University that serves the sector of child sexual abuse and abandonment survivors. The first of its kind, the exhibit aims to deepen awareness… Read more »

Heights opens call for contributions for Kuwentong Pambata 2016

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  Heights, in partnership with the Sector-Based Cluster (SBC) of the Council of Organizations (COA) of the Ateneo, is officially open for contributions for the annual Kuwentong Pambata Book Grant. In line with the advocacies of the different sector-based organizations, the theme of this year’s Kuwentong Pambata is stories that empower.   The call for… Read more »

Heights holds first GA for A.Y. 2015-2016

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  Heights held its first general assembly last September 18, 2015 at the Social Sciences Conference Rooms 3 and 4. The children’s literature-themed event welcomed both old and new members and was hosted by Robyn Saquin and Paula Molina. The event started at 4:30 p.m. with welcoming remarks from Editor-in-Chief Regine Cabato, who then introduced… Read more »

The 6th Ateneo Heights Artists Workshop is accepting applications

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  Heights is now accepting applications to the 6th Ateneo Heights Artists Workshop (AHAW), which will be held from November 21 to 22, 2015. This is an annual program that offers ten budding artists a chance to develop their creative potential through discussions with practicing artists, curators, and professors. AHAW aims to guide and nurture… Read more »

Heights introduces Editorial Board for A.Y. 2015-2016

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  Appointed last March 2015, the current editorial board of Heights consists of both seasoned and newly inducted editors driven by a common vision for a more engaged Ateneo. Guiding the publication and its members, the editorial board manages the production of the folios, organization of events and other external efforts, and the development of… Read more »

Heights welcomes freshmen at SOH Fest 2015

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The School of Humanities (SOH) held its yearly SOH Fest at the Ateneo de Manila High School Covered Courts last August 1, 2015 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. This is an annual event that welcomes the freshmen of SOH into the Ateneo community. This year, over 280 freshmen were in attendance. At the event,… Read more »