Robi and Gretchen together again

Robi Domingo and Gretchen Ho are back together for the second season of University Town (U-Town), where they will feature each UAAP school every Sunday at 1 p,m. on S+A and S+A HD in preparation for the upcoming 80th Season of the country’s premier collegiate league.

After visiting bowling great Paeng Nepomuceno and volleybelles Pau Soriano and Amanda Villanueva in their alma mater, Adamson University, the duo went to University of the East (UE) last Sunday to know more about the school that produced UAAP greats like Robert Jaworksi and James Yap, and current UAAP tennis sensation AJ Lim.

The duo, known as “Robichen,” met the Armada Dance Group, the school’s UAAP street dance representatives, and the UE Pep Squad, mingling with the UE community to get a closer look at the lives of their student-athletes.

Former flames Robi Domingo (rightmost, third row) and Gretchen Ho (leftmost, their row) joined by the UE Pep Squad in the second season of ‘University Town’

They also met the Executive Vice President of the school, Carmelita Mateo, who gave them a rundown of the school’s colorful history and track record in the fields of accounting and dentistry; and school maintenance staff, Del Gonzales, who has endeared herself to UE students and players of different generations.

Robi and Gretchen also learned more about legendary Red Warriors like Jaworski and fan favorites ike James Yap, Paul Artadi, and Paul Lee, while the voice of ABS-CBN and UE alumnus Peter Musngi mentored a student in his alma mater.

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Topics: Robi Domingo , Gretchen Ho , University Town (U-Town)
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