scout x up campus tour
This year saw a revamped version of the lakads after acads
EVERY YEAR brings a new set of Scout ampus Tours to your local colleges and universities, and this year, we set the bar high once again with ’s rst leg at the niversity of the hilippines Diliman last March 31.
This year, we wanted more straight up hanging out, more knowledge from both the Scout team and friends they brought that the students soaked in, a lot more art to go around, and the most fun part: bigger and better musical performances.
e wanted you to have some serious fun without too much of the red tape. There were card and tabletop games ready for them to play with, as well as giant enga and tic-tac-toe boards to have fun in. For those who also wanted a shot to sit with us, members of the team were also available to entertain internship applications. Pioneer dhesives also helped bring out students’ inner artists by holding creative workshops on making paper bead bracelets and button murals. e were there to do more than that, though—
Scout editor in chief Romeo Moran, art director race de Luna, and editorial assistant Lex elera also spoke all about the magazine. side from that, writing and art students were treated to a taste of their passions as artist Laura bejo of the P ollege of Fine rts held a short art therapy session, and editor Pam Pastor discussed the reality of writing professionally.
f course, no ampus Tour is complete without the music. P’s very own P Music ircle provided three talented acts to jam with us: acoustic singers lexia Sumilang and Seresa, and post-rock trio ollowburn. Scout friends ensen and the Flips main-evented the evening the only way they could do it.
The Scout x P ampus Tour was made possible with the partnership of the P riters lub, Pioneer Mighty Bond, and media partners DZUP, Maroon FM, , and Bandwagon PH.
The official lakads after acads passport (also required for free food).
Interested students also got the chance to interview with us for internships. (Spoiler: we hired her).
Seresa also from the Music Circle got the chance to serenade us that afternoon.
Students all over the university sent us their beautiful work, and you know this’ll still be a thing in the next Campus Tour legs.
The Scout team talked all about how their magazine gets made. Here’s EIC Romeo Moran asking how many people in the crowd actually read it.
UP Music Circle’s Alexia Sumilang starting us off right.
Laura Abejo stressed just how effective making art could be in managing one’s feelings.