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As the pandemic drags on, vaccines became a political tool

As the pandemic drags on, vaccines became a political tool

Realpolitik does not stop in the middle of a pandemic. International affairs continue to influence local courses of action—the most…

Looking back at and moving forward with online learning

Looking back at and moving forward with online learning

On March 9, 2020, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno suspended classes in response to rising COVID-19 cases. What started out as…

PRESS RELEASE: Tomo XXXVII Blg. 1

PRESS RELEASE: Tomo XXXVII Blg. 1

Visual by Jamie Mapa Look back at the canvas of memory and uncover each layer of color that makes us…

Three nominees decline as 1Sambayan unveils president, vice president bets for 2022 elections

Three nominees decline as 1Sambayan unveils president, vice president bets for 2022 elections

Opposition coalition 1Sambayan announced its nominees for president and vice president in the 2022 national elections in a webinar titled…

Making sense of the USG’s money

Making sense of the USG’s money

The University Student Government’s (USG) operational fund for Academic Year (AY) 2020-2021 stood at P397,687 when it was approved in…

Easing the blows of RTL, pandemic to Filipino farmers

Easing the blows of RTL, pandemic to Filipino farmers

The agricultural sector has managed to endure the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic, despite lockdown measures severely impacting other sectors,…


Menagerie

Out of the shadows: The fight for intersex inclusion

Out of the shadows: The fight for intersex inclusion

People often whisper in hushed tones the word “hermaphrodite” as an insult or a means to label something which they cannot fully comprehend. Now considered a pejorative slur, this misnomer…

Finding a home in animal shelters

Finding a home in animal shelters

City sidewalks have long been a refuge for strays and abandoned animals alike. Left alone in the cold to fend for their survival, these furry little creatures have had to…

Of the people, for the people: The power of community pantries

Of the people, for the people: The power of community pantries

Aside from a health crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic has also only brought about an economic one. The shutting down of businesses and subsequent employee lay-offs have greatly exacerbated the already-pervasive…

A menagerie of pride: Reclaiming queer narratives

A menagerie of pride: Reclaiming queer narratives

For so long, queerness has been seen as the Other—shameful, aberrant behavior to be talked about in hushed whispers. For this reason, many queer figures’ sexualities have been erased from…


Sports

Spitfire guard moves to the next stage of his promising career

Spitfire guard moves to the next stage of his promising career

Foregoing his final playing year for the Green-and-White, Aljun Melecio looks back on his legacy with La Salle and how his journey has propelled him in achieving his dream of…

Gilas finishes undefeated in FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers with 82-77 rematch win over South Korea

Gilas finishes undefeated in FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers with 82-77 rematch win over South Korea

In the final minutes against South Korea, Gilas Pilipinas held on 82-77, capping off an undefeated FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers campaign at the Angeles University Foundation Gym in Clark, Pampanga.…

Gilas Pilipinas stays undefeated, crushes Indonesia, 76-51

Gilas Pilipinas stays undefeated, crushes Indonesia, 76-51

Gilas Pilipinas faced Indonesia for the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers earlier today at the Angeles University Foundation Gym. The Filipino squad successfully continued its winning streak. Coming off its…

Trailing on new ground: Inside DLSU sports teams’ virtual recruitment

Trailing on new ground: Inside DLSU sports teams’ virtual recruitment

With the cancellation of the UAAP season, athletes and coaches alike have fully adapted to the online setup. The quarantine period has affected how the University recruits athletes—forced to communicate…

Halftime Thoughts: The rise of celebrity boxing

Halftime Thoughts: The rise of celebrity boxing

Nobody could have predicted how the rise of social media would shift the landscape of sports. In the case of boxing, YouTube stars have burst onto the scene and popularized…

Gilas defeats South Korea, 81-78, for the first time in eight years with SJ Belangel’s dagger three

Gilas defeats South Korea, 81-78, for the first time in eight years with SJ Belangel’s dagger three

Gilas Pilipinas secured their spot at the FIBA Asia Cup 2021 after outplaying South Korea, 81-78, in a nail-biting match. After their dramatic win in the semifinals of the FIBA…

Vanguard

Unraveling millennia of human migration to the Philippines

Unraveling millennia of human migration to the Philippines

With its abundance of shorelines, the Philippine archipelago has long been theorized to have been traversed by early humans through…

Opinion

Learning on trial

Learning on trial

Students and educators have toiled under the online learning setup for more than a year now, and it is beginning to look as if authorities have completely turned their backs…

Tipping the scale

Tipping the scale

With the recent election turnout in the United States, many are optimistic of a similar change that may finally occur in the 2022 Philippine presidential elections. Last February 18, Comelec…

Come hell or high water

Come hell or high water

The fundamental architecture of international law, that all the seas and oceans belonged to mankind, is derived from Hugo Grotius’ Mare Liberum, however, China thinks otherwise. The world superpower invokes…

One day at a time

One day at a time

At some point in this pandemic, we all lost something. Whether it be the motivation to study or the freedom we once had to go out and see our friends,…