School: Far Eastern University
Year & Course: 4th Year, BS Tourism Management
1. Why did you choose to become a courtside reporter?
"[I wanted to become a courtside reporter] because I believe it will be a great opportunity to show my skills and take pride in representing my school."
2. What's the best part about your job?
"Having the chance to be part of the team and the family of FEU."
3. What's the most challenging part about your job?
"Sometimes I get too affected whenever someone says a lot of negative things about my team. Mahirap minsan i-handle kasi opinions 'yun ng mga viewers. Also, minsan ang hirap din i-manage ng time for school, extra-curriculars, family and friends, and of course the courtside job, but it's all about time management."
4. How do you balance your duties as a courtside reporter and a student?
"I make sure that I finish my student duties first then I'll focus na on UAAP matters."
5. Any UAAP crushes?
6. What advice can you give to students who want to be courtside reporters in the future?
"Courtside reporting is something you will not regret if you [give it a shot]. So if you have that dream, go for it and just be yourself."
7. Describe your personal everyday/campus style. What tips can you give to freshmen on how to dress for school?
"In FEU, we have a uniform policy that we really need to obey, so as a girly girl, I add accessories like earrings, watches, headbands, and bracelets that are appropriate for school, of course."
8. Name one thing every college student should invest in.
"A good face powder!"
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