Alternative Class Program brings respite to Ateneo Law students

April 12, 2016

Studying law is not only time – consuming but may cause physical and emotional exhaustion, as well.  With all the written materials that need to be read and analyzed, it is not unusual to find law students burnt out even before the semester ends. To give students a break, the Ateneo Law Student Council (ALSC) organized the Alternative Class Program (ACP).

 “The ACP aims to provide a breathing ground for the students and take them to a world away from the usual class recitations and readings for just one day. The Student Council and the ACP team believe that this is important in order to produce a richer learning atmosphere to the students where a right balance of work and play is within their reach,” said Cyndy dela Cruz, a fourth year Ateneo Law School (ALS) student and ALSC president.

ACP was held on April 7, 2016 with classes on Basic Make Up, Big Bike Basics, Basic Bartending, Drone Flying, Exorcism, Going Green: Sustainable Living,  Handwriting Seminar, Hatha Yoga, Investing 101, Jivamukti Yoga, Film Appreciation: Barber’s Tales, Muay Thai, Pet Class, Stocks 101, Swordsmanship, Tantra Yoga, Therapeutic Art Workshop, Travelling Workshop, Vinyl collection, Voice Workshop for Individuals and Groups, Wine Tasting, Board Games, Indie Music Workshop, Krav Maga, and Sushi Making. 

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  • Alternative Class Program brings respite to Ateneo Law students
    Tuesday, April 12, 2016

    Studying law is not only time – consuming but may cause physical and emotional exhaustion, as well.  With all the written materials that need to be read and analyzed, it is not unusual to find law students burnt out even before the semester ends. To give students a break, the Ateneo Law Student Council (ALSC) organized the Alternative Class Program (ACP).

     “The ACP aims to provide a breathing ground for the students and take them to a world away from the usual class recitations and readings for just one day. The Student Council and the ACP team believe that this is important in order to produce a richer learning atmosphere to the students where a right balance of work and play is within their reach,” said Cyndy dela Cruz, a fourth year Ateneo Law School (ALS) student and ALSC president.

    ACP was held on April 7, 2016 with classes on Basic Make Up, Big Bike Basics, Basic Bartending, Drone Flying, Exorcism, Going Green: Sustainable Living,  Handwriting Seminar, Hatha Yoga, Investing 101, Jivamukti Yoga, Film Appreciation: Barber’s Tales, Muay Thai, Pet Class, Stocks 101, Swordsmanship, Tantra Yoga, Therapeutic Art Workshop, Travelling Workshop, Vinyl collection, Voice Workshop for Individuals and Groups, Wine Tasting, Board Games, Indie Music Workshop, Krav Maga, and Sushi Making.