If you’re a Hunger Games fan like I am, you’re probably counting down the days until Hunger Games hits the big screen in two weeks’ time. It’s getting more difficult to tamp down on the excitement, too, as the buzz is spreading like wildfire across the media avenues and social networks.

Students in Assumption College, Ateneo de Manila University, University of the Philippines Diliman, and De La Salle University Manila get to join in on the fun, with Real and Not Real: The Hunger Games Trilogy University Tour.


Real and Not Real: The Hunger Games Trilogy University Tour is a free*, travelling half day symposium with noted speakers from different universities and colleges who have read the trilogy and will be invited to share their thoughts on various aspects of The Hunger Games trilogy. The symposium series aims to provide a venue wherein the social issues raised by Suzanne Collins’ bestselling THE HUNGER GAMES TRILOGY can be discussed.

Here are the full details:



*Please note that entrance is free, but each symposium is only open to students of the participating universities.

If you’re a student of any of these universities and a fan of Hunger Games, go, you lucky ducks! :) Let the Hunger Games begin (*ominous grin* — you never know!), and may the odds be ever in your favor!


*THG stills courtesy of Mammoth NYC on behalf of Lionsgate Film