Grande or Cande: Ateneo Law professors dish on Ariana Grande’s new song
It seems like the Ateneo Law community is missing former Dean Sedfrey Candelaria. The popular professor has recently left the Ateneo community but his legacy in education and the classroom lives on.
Not sure if Ariana or Dean Cande https://t.co/c0myzCXJvi
— Mickey Ingles (@MickeyInglesLaw) November 6, 2018
Law professor, Atty. Mickey Ingles even remembered him in Ariana Grande’s new hit, “Thank u, next.” The abogado joked about Dean Candelaria’s notoriety when it comes to recitation by asking if it really is Grande who wrote the phrase or the Dean itself as he spoke it so often.
So diba worth it yung sandamakmak na cases sa Consti 1 and 2 and Poli Rev? Charot. https://t.co/iqZ8l0ZaHJ
— Dianna Dela Guerra (@diannalouise) November 5, 2018
His colleague, Atty. Dianna Dela Guerra also agreed on his sentiment. The abogada asked, “So diba worth it yung sandamakmak na cases sa Consti 1 and 2 and Poli Rev? Charot.”
He meant well when you said “pass”!