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onetotentofifteen asked you:
Your drawings are sooooo cute! ♥ More UP drawings, please. Pretty pleaaase? *u*
Thank you! uvu
And because you asked so nicely, here it is! <3
I’ve decided to split UP into six other people since the stereotypes differ on every campus. ;w;
As for Diliman, which is, without a doubt, the best UP campus and overall learning institution in the Philippines—this often results to the common thought that students who come from here are very intelligent, and most of the time, rightfully so. I think we all know why. xD
I asked a friend of mine who’s lived her whole life in UP-D on what specific course/s the university excelled in, only to give me a smug smile and a, “Lahat.” |D
Manila, on the other hand, is the next choice to Diliman (often parred with Los Baños). This one’s known for medicine and its prowess in the field of curing ailments
PGH, guys, which often leads to the assumption of the Manileñong Iskolar’s misuse of ‘drugs’. Again, the stereotype of smart students is very much prevalent. uvu
Los Baños—the first word that comes to mind is farming. Agriculture is the forté of this CU. People here are said to love nature a lot, and are typical tree huggers. He has a potted flower that he deems with utmost importance, and calls it LaLa. Still very smart, like the first two.
Baguio didn’t receive much positive feedback when I asked people about the place. Maybe this is because I’ve only inquired the people from Diliman and Manila… 9v9;;
My friend told me that, though it might be the best school there (in Baguio), when compared to the other learning institutions here in the Metro, it kinda… loses its ‘prestige’.
UP prestige. But ah, maybe it’s just pride speaking. xD;;
Visayas and Mindanao—I haven’t really acquired much data for either CU, other than Visayas and its fishing activities, and Mindanaoans being good psychologists.
I’ll make sure to find more about them, though. ;w;
As requested by the the one who asked, a rebloggable version~ ;v;