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Tales of tarnished text: Grappling with the censorship of progressive literature

Progressive literature has the power to overturn outdated and oppressive structures, giving writers the power to decide the future that’s best for them.

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Simplified or diversified?: Reviewing the influence of local children’s media on young girls

One must recognize the cruciality of how media’s portrayal of women critically shapes and empowers a young girl’s self-image.

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Writer’s Recap: Turning chapters with outstanding journalists at the 17th Lasallian Scholarum Awards

In this uncertain age where widespread social media disinformation threatens the upcoming national elections, the pursuit for truth has never been more urgent. As DLSU President Br. Bernard Oca FSC said in his opening remarks, “What we gather in the news serves as lampposts in our journey to the future.” This was the mission that…

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Higit sa sining: Tarantadong Kalbo revolts through and beyond art

Kevin Raymundo, the man behind Tarantadong Kalbo, ensures that every visual encourages us to speak out about injustices.

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Caged in: The truth behind the child sexual abuse conundrum

Many of the child sexual abuse victims and their families fight for justice and accountability from perpetrators.

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An unsung carol: Silent nights of a domestic worker

For many domestic workers, the holiday season may not always be filled with joy.

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Rant and Rave: Taylor Swift was ‘Red’-y to break our hearts

The long-awaited re-recording of Taylor Swift’s decade-old album Red (Taylor’s Version) is finally here. Released last November 12, Swift’s latest musical work historically broke Spotify’s record for the most streamed album by a female artist, making her the most streamed female artist in a day during its release week. Along with this, Swift continues to…

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Lady Ann Salem gets the last word

After months of inhumane detainment, Lady Ann Salem vows to defend those victimized by the same injustices she endured.

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Writer’s Recap: Rektikano rejuvenates the Animo spirit

Following the COVID-19 pandemic, the expanse of unforgettable University-wide events was reduced to a simple, rectangular screen. However, that did not stop Lasallians from making the online experience equally memorable. The annual University Vision-Mission Week (UVMW) celebrated its return through Rektikano: Tinig ng Bayanihang Lasalyano, which brought about various events that aimed to ensure that…