DLSU students dominate this year’s Chalk Bright Young Manila finalists
CHALK REVEALS 16 STUDENT FINALISTS FOR BRIGHT YOUNG MANILA SEARCH
Sixteen college students made the cut in this year’s Chalk Bright Young Manila Campus Hotties, the annual search for the next Chalk ambassadors who embody the ideals and talents of today’s Filipino youth.
The crop of this year’s finalists hail from various leading colleges and universities in the country including the University of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University, De La Salle University, University of Santo Tomas, Mapua Institute of Technology, De La Salle College of St. Benilde, Miriam College, and Colegio de San Juan de Letran.
Majority of this year’s finalists come from DLSU. The six Chalk Bright Young Manila finalists from the UAAP season 78 champion school are Abiel “The Bae of All Trades” Anselmo, Dani “The Future Diplomat” Camcam, Hannah “The Trendsetter” Locsin, Jay “The Korean Cutie” Kim, Philip “The Cool Geek” Tai, and Vivien “The Multimedia Maven” Nelsen.
Representatives from the University of Santo Tomas meanwhile, are ramp model Patrick “The Ramp Rocker” Yu and student achiever Sabrina “The Multitalented Chick” San Diego. De La College of St. Benilde and Mapua also have two representatives. Jana “The Dancefloor Diva” Mahusay and Izumi “The Deviant Artist” Nagai are CSB’s bets, while Justin “The Social Media Hottie” Torio and Ace “The Model Student” Yabut hail from Mapua.
Other hopefuls include UP’s Cholo “The Radio Jock” Dela Cruz, Miriam College’s Kimberly “The Fierce Footballer” Amatong, Ateneo’s Kimberly “The Blogger Belle” Cruz, and Letran’s Marco “The Hardcourt Hotshot” Sario.
All finalists will be part of Chalk’s campus tours to talk about youth-oriented issues. Winners will be chosen based on online votes via chalkmagazine.abs-cbn.com and average scores from a panel of judges on September 19.
The newest Chalk young finalists vying to be the next ambassadors of the country’s leading youth magazine were revealed during Chalk and H&M’s The Big University Night, a celebration of school pride in SM Megamall.
Since 2006, Chalk’s Bright Young Manila search has become a status symbol among the Filipino youth and has produced the best and brightest young students who have made a legacy in various industries. It aims to become a platform to inspire young Filipinos that they can conquer life’s challenges by harnessing their potential.
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