[From the web] Remembering Archimedes Trajano -The Martial Law Chronicle
For those of you who do not remember or not familiar with Archimedes Trajano, it’s about time you should get acquainted with his story. And when we talk about Archimedes Trajano, Imee Marcos’ name is not far behind.
Imee is the daughter of the late Ferdinand Marcos, the president who declared the Martial Law of 1972. Why is Archimedes Trajano associated with Imee? Let’s get to know Imee more first.
Maria Imelda Josefa Romualdez Marcos or more known as Imee is the eldest of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos’ children. She was born in 1955 and her father was already a politician that time. He was a member of the House of Representatives for the 2nd District of Ilocos Norte.
She was 10 years old when Ferdinand became the president of the Philippines. Her early education started at Institucion Teresiana or now known as Saint Pedro Poveda College (or simply Poveda). She studied at Poveda until Grade IV and moved to Assumption Convent (Assumption College) for Grade V until her first year in high school. Imee then transferred to the American School in Makati.
For the rest of other secondary education, she went to various schools in London and also in the US. She attended Princeton University later on for college. She would later be enrolling in several schools for her postgraduate studies such as Princeton once again, Asian Institutute of Management, and University of the Philippines.
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