The War­rior Mag­a­zine: Who says en­gi­neer­ing stu­dents can’t write?

Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro - - 'Tsada! - By James Edgar Sia

...Much less put out a pub­li­ca­tion of their own?

But write they did, and pub­lish they did – and now the Xavier Uni­ver­sity As­so­ci­a­tion of En­gi­neer­ing Stu­dents (XU-ACES) is proud to an­nounce that last Jan­uary 8 they’ve just re­leased a nice lit­tle pub­li­ca­tion called The War­rior. It’s named after the Col­lege of En­gi­neer­ing’s mas­cot, who some­times takes the form of a tribal spear­man and some­times an In­dian brave.

It doesn’t mat­ter what form he takes re­ally, as long as he’s tough, in­tim­i­dat­ing, and most of all tri­umphant: the Col­lege of En­gi­neer­ing has emerged the cham­pion of the Xavier Uni­ver­sity col­lege in­tra­mu­ral games for 5 years in a row now. That was last se­mes­ter, last year – but it would seem that the en­gi­neer­ing stu­dent pub­lish­ers are still flush with the mirth from this lat­est vic­tory that even though this lit­tle di­gest talks about other things, every page seems to cheer “We won again! We won again!”

Com­pared with the more es­tab­lished Cru­sader Pub­li­ca­tion, the War­rior still has a long way to go – but it’s a good start. After all, it’s about time peo­ple found out that en­gi­neer­ing stu­dents aren’t just good at math. Here’s hop­ing for more War­rior is­sues to come!

(XU-ACES)

The cover of War­rior mag­a­zine.

(XU-ACES)

A peek into the en­gi­neer­ing pub­li­ca­tion.

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