Members of this fraternity run around the U.P. campus naked (a concept known as streaking) to protest their sentiments about a current political or economic situation. The run started in 1977 to protest the banning of the movie, “Hubad na Bayani,” which depicted human rights abuses in the martial law era.
Contrary to popular belief, neophytes are forbidden to run. Yan ay according to Ojie Santillan, the frat’s Auxiliary Chancellor. He explained, “All those who run are full-fledged members who have volunteered”. There is a misconception that the Oblation Run is something that our neophytes have to undergo as part of their initiation. That’s not true. We never allow our applicants to join“.
But, what goes on before those students go out naked in the public? Well, they either get stoned or get doped up first. (You didn’t think they were sober, or did yah?) There’s also a moment for motivational speeches from various Alumni brods and then there’s the groping and the poking just to make sure they won’t get a hard-on once outside. Senior brods say that’s bad.
“Hey mister, you’re blocking the freakin’ view!!!”
Richie? Pandak ka pa rin!
Ralph pumayat ka na! Congrats!
Uy si Patrick hindi nagtritrim ng ano…
Nizar, anak! Ano ginagawa mo sa buhay mo?
Ruben lam ko kaw yan!
Yung negro si Dan yun for sure!
Allan, di ka pa rin graduate!!!
Carmelo, cute ka pa rin kahit ganyan lang yung…alam mo na…ahihihihi
Hoy Joan! Malandi kang bata ka!!!
Di ka naman masyado nagprepare, noh Paul?!