Clyde Wesley Ang, (Chiang Kai Shek College); Kyle Patrick Dulay (Philippine Science High School); Albert John Patupat (De La Salle University Integrated School); Shaquille Wyan Que (Grace Christian College); Sean Anderson Ty; and Farrel Eldrian Wu (MGC New Life Christian Academy)
A REPORT ON THE PHILIPPINE PARTICIPATION TO THE 58TH INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICAL OLYMPIAD By Richard Eden and Louie John...Posted by ADMU School of Science and Engineering on Saturday, July 22, 2017
The country’s representatives to the 58th International Mathematical Olympiad held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, didn’t let us down, finishing the prestigious competition with six medals. This effort led to a commendable 17th place overall (out of 111 countries), matching the nation’s highest ever ranking, which was set last year. It also marked the first time that all of our competitors each won individual medals.
Karen Mae Calam
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If there’s a word millennials are most often equated with, it’s entitled; De la Cruz battles the stereotype for working for everything she’s achieved in life. A recent cum laude graduate
Sieh, who recently turned 14, is one of the country’s youngest programmers and is helping spread the gospel of coding with the organization she founded when she was 10, Girls Will Code. Billed as “a community that encourages girls to participate in activities related to coding, programming,
At just 5 feet, six inches—taller than the average Filipina but pretty short for a model,
This story was originally published in the September 2017 issue of Town&Country.