The LGBTQ+ community hopes to fight against inequality, but the Marcos Jr. administration will have to take concrete steps to help.
As long as transport policies’ focus is car-centric, our country’s transportation system will continue to be inefficient, missing its supposed focus: the people.
The 1986 revolution marked a new era of democracy and freedom. Forgetting that fateful year puts this era at risk of an end.
Memes have evolved into an arena for political discourse, but many are worried over their tendencies to polarize views and to trivialize nuanced discussion.
Even simple words of gratitude need to be earned—they are neither requested nor an accompanying expression to one’s achievements, especially of those in the government.
The reputation of the party-list system has long been diminished and its effectiveness continues to be debated.
These times call for student journalists to continue standing their ground, being the voice of the unheard and keeping the powers that be in check.
Looking at the turnout of the 2022 National and Local Elections, the Philippines is going to experience an administration led by Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte-Carpio. But what does that mean for the Filipinos?
Veterans swear by the effectiveness of traditional campaigning, but Marcos Jr. had already secured his win years ago by playing off the books.
As voters, we should be wary of candidates who flip-flop on their statements and stances whenever convenient.