Project Greenlight is an undergraduate study of a group of senior students from Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. With a tagline, “Go break the stigma, go turn on the greenlight,” it aims to increase the level of awareness of college students when it comes to mental health issues specifically on depression and anxiety.
Jean Robbie Pagtalunan is a person who excels in turning her painful memories into five to twelve lines of poetry. Like her pieces, she longs to find the right words that would heal the stubborn scars in her catastrophic heart.
Jeimi Aesquivel is someone who adores exploring the world just as she loves putting all her thoughts and feelings about it into words. A date with movies and a mug of hot coffee is her idea of a perfect weekend.
Tricia Cubillas is a writer who is consumed by wanderlust as she is in her constant search of what genuine happiness feels like, and continues to seek her true passion that would keep the fire inside her burning and alive.
Evelyn Cruz is passionate on pursuing all kinds of art, may it be writing, photography, or music. She hopes to create a change in the world one piece at a time.
Dayanara Andus is a Journalism student, make-up artist, and a certified fashionista. Listening to music with a cup of black coffee is her pleasure. She’s very dreamy and quite artistic because of her unique watercolor artwork of different portraits of women.