Culture and Traditions of The Ateneo De Manila

Culture And Traditions Of The Ateneo De Manila

The Ateneo de Manila University is active in a number of inter-university sport activities, the most notable of which are the University Athletic Association of the Philippines sporting events. The Ateneo was also a founding member of the National Collegiate Athletics Association in the 1920s.

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Culture And Traditions Of The Ateneo De Manila - Cheering Tradition
... The Ateneo de Manila was rather successful in athletics even before the NCAA began ... To help cheer the Ateneo squad on, the Jesuits decided that the Ateneo ought to have some sort of organization in its cheering ... The Ateneo then introduced organized cheering to the country by fielding the first-ever cheering squad in the Philippines, which is now known as the Blue Babble ...

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