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U-Town heads to Adamson

A phenom descends from the skies to become the new “classmate” of Robi Domingo and Gretchen Ho in ABS-CBN Sports’ UAAP special  “University Town” (U-Town), which is now on its third season, starting this Saturday on ABS-CBN S+A and S+A HD at 1 p.m.

The Creamline Cool Smashers’ team captain and national team mainstay, will join Gretchen and Robi as they tour the different schools in the UAAP and get to know more about the culture, students, and achievements of each campus.

Their first stop will be Adamson University, where they will explore the five must-haves in Adamson in the “Campus Guide” segment, as well as the best eats, must-knows, and must-dos as an Adamsonian. Apart from that, they’ll also meet the “Campus Lodi,” Katami Dimapunong, the Adamson student who led the university-wide efforts to help the Marawi Siege survivors.

Alyssa will also get to know more about UAAP Season 80 Cheerdance champion, the Adamson Pep Squad in the show’s “#Champions” segment as she checks out their rigorous training. Lastly, the “U-Town” squad gets to meet Adamson legend Kenneth Duremdes, who made a splash in the Philippines’ professional basketball scene in the 1990s.

Don’t miss the chance to get to know more about each UAAP school as Robi Domingo, Gretchen Ho, and Alyssa Valdez take viewers on a tour inside the campuses starting with the Adamson University in “University Town” on S+A and S+A HD this Saturday at 1 p.m. and on iWant TV after its airing.

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Topics: Robi Domingo , Gretchen Ho , ABS-CBN Sports’ UAAP , University Town , Alyssa Valdez
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