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Monday, May 14, 2007

Pillars of the Ateneo face election day

Photos by Paterno R. Esmaquel II


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Casting their ballots are Jesuit Provincial Fr. Daniel Patrick Huang, SJ (right), former Jesuit Provincial Fr. Romeo Intengan, SJ (left), and Jesuit Communications Director Fr. Aristotle Dy, SJ (center).


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Malyn Lim (right) and Ateneo High School's Mel Siega (left) wait for their shift as volunteers for the National Citizens' Movement for Free Elections (Namfrel).


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Benjamin Tolosa, Ph.D., of the Department of Political Science is about to enter the voting precinct.


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Emily Escalera, a photocopy lady at Kostka Hall, serves as an election watcher at the Balara Elementary School.


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Fr. Adolfo Dacanay, SJ, chair of the Department of Theology, gets his ballot.


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Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (ADAA) Fr. Jose Cecilio Magadia, SJ, a political scientist, lists the persons he has chosen to be the country's leaders.


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Danton Remoto of the Department of English, now a congressional candidate, chats with Patricia Licuanan, Ph.D., president of Miriam College and lecturer at the Department of Psychology.


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Close-up: Remoto and Licuanan.


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Carmela Siojo, assistant to the vice president for the Loyola Schools, endures the heat as she lines up to vote at Balara Elementary School


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Fr. Nicasio Cruz, SJ, of the Department of Communication joins the crowd in waiting in line.


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Carmela Siojo (left), her husband Manolet from the Department of Leadership and Strategy (right), and their daughter show off the indelible ink on their fingers.


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Close-up: The Siojos pose with their fingers stained with indelible ink.

Each was just a face in the crowd on election day, but still bore the marks of the Atenean -- responsible, nation-loving, Filipino.

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