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Weathered promises

With typhoon Paeng dealing deadly casualities, the government deals with the challenge of creating effective long-term risk reduction plans.

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University

Lasallians join other university students in International Students’ Day walk

A flock of green marched across the University’s halls last November 17 in a mobilization commemorating International Students’ Day. The group later joined students from various universities across Metro Manila in España Blvd., forming a bigger crowd to air their opposition toward the proposal to once again make the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) program…

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Vanguard

WWW: Web3 Wonders Wow at DigitX

The De La Salle Interactive Entertainment, Gaming, Innovation, and Talent Expo (DigitX) opened its digital doors from October 3 to 9, hosting seminars about the future of the internet while showcasing student project exhibits on the De La Salle University (DLSU) campus in the virtual platform Decentraland. The event was held via Zoom to celebrate…

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Opinion

Paging the titan on watch

The pharmaceutical industry has raised questions regarding Big Pharma and people have become helpless in trying to resolve this.

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Opinion

End-trip musings

Graduation is the hump day between childhood and adulthood, and with it comes daunting questions about one’s preparedness for what is to come.

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Opinion

Pink sentiments

Leni Robredo’s actions have proven her to be sincere and deserving of the support given to her, but kakampinks have recently displayed questionable stances.

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Opinion

This is not a public affairs program

With the recent failure of an assistance program from DSWD, the glaring incompetence of the department is underscored.

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Opinion

United we fall

In the absence of DOH and DOST secretaries, Filipinos are once again left to fend for themselves amid ongoing crises.

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Opinion

Nothing to reap, nothing to sow

“Hampaslupa” is a Filipino word literally meaning “to strike the land”. We often see how this phrase is used as a derogatory term for people who are dirt-poor. However, this is a far cry from its original purpose of describing farmers, people who make a living out of striking the land and tilling it for…

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Opinion

Terribly happy to be terrible

Eventually, we realize that we do something not for the recognition or because we’re good at it, but we do something because it makes us happy.