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New Lifers denied their second victory by Go for Good in Smart Volleyball Tournament
By Annika Lim, Patmos A

MGC New Life Christian Academy’s 19U 14-player line-up faltered in their neck-and-neck match against Go For Good in the Smart Spike Volleyball Tournament last Saturday, September 11 held in the Tivoli Royal Country Club. 


Farewell, Filipino?
By Bellina Fontarum, Damascus A

The Philippines is one of the most diverse countries when it comes to local languages. With the education system only pushing for Filipino and English — and a few local languages in certain regions —  several of our hundred languages could die out. That would mean losing the people's heritage and identity. Our languages tell us about our history, which is something that we shouldn't forget. As Dr. Jose Rizal once said, "Ang hindi marunong magmahal sa sariling wika ay higit pa sa hayop at malansang isda (He who does not know how to love his own language is worse than beasts and smelly fish)."


Alex Eala makes history as first Filipino to win grand slam singles at US Open Juniors
By Raine Kho, Olive ABM

“Buong puso ko itong ipinaglaban hindi lang para sa sarili ko kundi para makatulong din ako sa kinabukasan ng Philippine tennis. So hindi lang ‘to panalo ko, panalo natin lahat.”


The MGCNLCA Chess Team Is Back! 
By Amy Ong, Patmos B

The Chess room is once again alive with familiar sights and sounds and the energetic spirit of the MGCNLCA Chess team after more than two years of silence because of the pandemic. 


MGCNLCA Opens New Option of Ordering Cafeteria Food Online
By Faith Caitlin C. Ng, Damascus C

Lining up to buy siomai, pizza, or other cafeteria food is among the countless face-to-face experiences students lost during the pandemic. Now, the majority have transitioned back to the face-to-face setup, but not everything has returned to the old normal. This is reflected by the new online cafeteria ordering system of the canteen concessionaire, D’Creative Cafeteria.