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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 annual event has become a campus tradition that started in 1977 to protest the banning of the movie, “Hubad na Bayani,” which depicted 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.

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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.