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ARTSvocacy Journey: PRIDE

Pride—a symbol of protest, liberty, and the undying aspiration for universal acceptance. Despite the Philippines’ having its reputation for being “The Most Gay Friendly Country in Asia” according to Inquirer’s ​ 2013 ​ PH ranks among the most gay-friendly in the world , ​ prejudices are often targeted towards those who exhibit one’s blossoming affection…

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University

PRESS RELEASE: Working from home and courageous challenges: Trainee program offers a fast track to getting your dream job

It’s never too early to chart your own career path. That was the case when Meg Mercado got a taste of what it’s like to work with one of the largest snack companies in the world — Mondelez Philippines. Fresh from completing her studies, Mercado was selected for the Company’s prestigious Graduate Trainee Program. Popularly…

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June 2020 Issue

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All but Juan

As the Philippines’ 122nd day of independence approaches, news of President Rodrigo Duterte certifying House Bill 6875 or the Anti-Terrorism Bill as “urgent”—fast-tracking the Bill’s approval through Congress—last June 1 has once again raised questions as to what our rights are as citizens of the State.  Two days later, it was approved by the House…

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Editorial Opinion

Reviving Trust

In the year 2000, the Philippines breathed a sigh of relief as the World Health Organization (WHO) delivered the good news and declared the country polio-free. The country, at that time, had not had a documented case of polio for seven years. That all changed this year when the Department of Health (DOH) confirmed two…

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Editorial Opinion

Flagging pride

When discussing the Philippine LGBTQ+ community and the sentiments toward them, a question usually raised is, “How accepting of the LGBTQ+ community is the Philippines?” The Philippines is considered as one of the most gay-friendly countries globally according to an article written by the Philippine Daily Inquirer in 2013. But just last year, a Social…