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Roll of the Gentlemen of Utopia

ROLL OF THE GENTLEMEN OF THE FRATERNAL ORDER OF UTOPIA (As of 8 March 2015) 1. ABAD, Roberto Afan ‘64 2. ABAD SANTOS, Antonio ‘64 3. ABAD SANTOS, Roberto M. ‘90 4. ABAD SANTOS, Salvador S. ‘64 5. ABADILLA, Ariel Ybardolaza ‘66 6. ABALOS, Benjamin Jr. De Castro ’85 (Rambo) 7. ABAÑO, Antonio Maximo A. ‘69 8. ABAÑ0, Vivencio Fonacier ’81 (Bigkis-Bisig) 9. ABARQUEZ, Carlo E. ’03 (Fellowship) 10. ABARQUEZ, Leandro E. ’07 (Tripod) 11. ABARQUEZ, Paolo E. ‘05 12. ABARQUEZ, Ronald Allan C. ‘00 13. ABEJO, Virgilio C. ‘64 14. ABELA, Julius L. ‘64 15. ABELITA, Emilio Jr. M. ‘78 16. ABELLERA, Gilbert de Guia ‘66 17. ABIERA, Arthur Jr. Alomahan ’83 (Blackjack) 18. ABRAZALDO, Roderick T. ‘90 19. ABRERA, Justin Rafael ‘05 20. ABU, Arik C. ‘10 (Magiting) 21. ACABAN, Sergio Yu ‘66 22. ACASIO, Cyril Patrick Pareja ’02 (Glamour Boys) 23. ACHAS, Albino B. ‘64 24. ACOSTA, G. Fulton Villasanta ’84 (Ces Craft 23) 25. ACUÑA, Emmanuel read more++
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Utopian Debaters Recognized at the Commission on Human Rights Debate Tournament

The Fraternal Order of Utopia would like to congratulate Brod John Michael San Pedro Villanueva (2B) for being part of the team that was crowned the champions in the recently-concluded CHR Cup – a human rights-themed debate tournament held last Sept 6, 2014, at the CHR Compound in Diliman Q.C. The Beneficiality Speaker of Team 2Beat, Villanueva was joined by Liane Candelario and Angelique Pearl Simbulan (hailed as both the tournament and the finals Best Speaker), as they beat Team Colysseum in the finals. The match was judged by several prominent lawyers from the CHR, as well as the former ambassador of Chile, Roberto Mayorga. The trio debated for the Affirmative side, arguing that the resolution of the Supreme Court in Vinuya v. Executive Secretary must be abandoned since it denied the right of the aggrieved parties to effective reparation for human right violations. Both teams showed excellent oratory prowess and skill, greatly impressing the esteemed judges. The event was spearheaded read more++
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Utopia Bar Sendoffs

After grueling months of intense study, our Utopian barristers look firmly towards conquering the approaching bar exam with full hearts, clear eyes, and Utopian resolve. The Fraternal Order of Utopia held its traditional Bar Sendoffs last September 12, 2014 at the Tipsy Pig Gastropub, Capitol Commons Pasig. The Sendoffs aimed to recognize our hardworking barristers and show them that the whole community is behind them each and every step of the way. This event was not only attended by the Utopian residents and the barristers themselves, but was also graced by the presence of the alumni members, as they all showed their unwavering faith and full support to the recent law graduates. The highlight of the evening was the testimonials of several noted alumni Utopian who had successfully hurdled the bar. Senior Brod Vivencio Abano, who placed fifth in the 1984 Bar examinations, held the audience spellbound as he recounted his own bar experience and the obstacles he had to overcome in read more++
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UTOPIA VILLAGE: Service through Social Responsibility

The year 2007 gave a new light to the people of Marcelo Green Village in Parañaque, when our Utopian brothers initiated a tie-up with Gawad Kalinga for the construction of the Utopia Village. Spearheading the project was (Brod/Boss) Antonio “Tony” Bernardo, who was already involved in other Gawad Kalinga housing initiatives since 2004 which, at first, started only as part of the roster of social responsibility projects of the Bureau of Customs, where he acted as its former Commissioner. In a recent interview with the Philippine Star, Bernardo said, “I got into GK by accident and I’ll be staying doing GK work by choice. Once you’ve been bitten by GK, you stay there. My philosophy has always been, to whom much is given, much is required. My dream is to see and make the communities the very best they can be. Everyone has a right to a decent home.” The village is composed of around 50 houses and is part of the much larger Gawad Kalinga Village in Parañaque, which shall shelter read more++
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Years ago, a handful of bright and upright young men of the Ateneo college of Law forged an ideal called "UTOPIA". Its inception can be traced from a loose formation of an honor society in the Ateneo College of Law amidst the Beatle-mania and the brewing ideological upheaval in the Philippines in more++

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