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Filipinas struggle with women’s law lacking teeth

Filipinas struggle with women’s law lacking teeth

If a country strives for progression, one must be open to progressive ideals—leaving behind texts set in stone. This entails the enactment of laws that cater to all and not…

Commentary: Unity beyond togetherness

Commentary: Unity beyond togetherness

After the parades of the electoral campaign season, it is time to snap back to reality. The party is over. We would now have to face the ruins induced by…

Toward inclusive learning: Integrating LGBTQ+ studies in basic Philippine education

Toward inclusive learning: Integrating LGBTQ+ studies in basic Philippine education

In a world that is slowly coming to terms with the acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community, it is necessary to teach younger generations about this new breakthrough in recognizing everyone’s…

Journalism in the present, giving voice to the voiceless discussed in ‘BayLayn 2022’

Journalism in the present, giving voice to the voiceless discussed in ‘BayLayn 2022’

Journalism has evolved from merely asking questions and reporting facts to also including deep analysis and fighting fake news. In their talk for Ang Pahayagang Plaridel’s Para Sa Bayan at…


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Sports

Halftime Thoughts: Filipino first

Halftime Thoughts: Filipino first

Back when basketball superstars LeBron James and Kevin Durant were critical of former United States President Donald Trump, seasoned Fox Sports newscaster Laura Ingraham blatantly expressed her displeasure about these…

Streaming in rainbow colors, queer gamers narrate experiences in esports platforms

Streaming in rainbow colors, queer gamers narrate experiences in esports platforms

From laid-back Stardew Valley Twitch streams to the nail-biting bouts of professional Mobile Legends tournaments, there is something everyone can appreciate in gaming. Whether it is the unique gameplay, the…

Newfound calling: Kaila Dy and Ozzie Llige, the Lasallian UAAP Correspondents

Newfound calling: Kaila Dy and Ozzie Llige, the Lasallian UAAP Correspondents

UAAP Season 84 saw the debut of the new DLSU Lady Spikers lineup. But the volleyball varsity athletes were not the only ones returning to the court. Along with them…

Green Gallery: After SEA Games gold, Chloe Isleta aims to build DLSU legacy

Green Gallery: After SEA Games gold, Chloe Isleta aims to build DLSU legacy

​​Being able to represent one’s nation is among the highest honors an athlete can have. Standing tall at the international stage marks an athlete as a cut above the rest,…


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Opinion

Pride in question

Pride in question

Recall the campaign period of Sara Duterte-Carpio. Plaid in her signature green polo shirt, she proudly expressed her support for the LGBTQ+ community. It’s a typical election trick to make…

May our colors never fade

May our colors never fade

Last April, Netflix released Heartstopper, the long-awaited adaptation of Alice Oseman’s webtoon-turned-graphic novel of the same name. Despite flying under the radar for the first few days of its release,…

Sphere of influence

Sphere of influence

Whenever I am bored and would desire an escape from the world’s stressful reality, I would open my phone, go to YouTube, and click on the vlogs from my favorite…

Name of the game

Name of the game

I chose a useless degree program.  I think my course isn’t as beneficial, lucrative, and serious as the other courses offered in the University. I could’ve easily chosen engineering, business,…