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The Oblation Run is a popular annual event staged by members of the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity. Members of the fraternity run around the campus naked to dramatize certain social issues. The event has become a campus tradition that started in 1977 to protest the banning of the movie, “Hubad na Bayani” depicting human rights abuses in the martial law era.
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The Oblation Run is a popular annual event staged by members of the [[Alpha Phi Omega]] fraternity. Members of the fraternity run around the campus naked to dramatize certain social issues. The event has become a campus tradition that started in 1977 to protest the banning of the movie, “Hubad na Bayani” depicting human rights abuses in the martial law era.

Revision as of 22:52, 2 February 2009

The Oblation Run is a popular annual event staged by members of the Alpha Phi Omega fraternity. Members of the fraternity run around the campus naked to dramatize certain social issues. The event has become a campus tradition that started in 1977 to protest the banning of the movie, “Hubad na Bayani” depicting human rights abuses in the martial law era.

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