Fresh off of the K-CON Chicago 2022 high, STAYC marks the change of seasons with their third single album, WE NEED LOVE. Following their second mini album, YOUNG-LUV.COM, the girl group sheds the “Teen Fresh” concept to explore a different kind of sound. Black Eyed Pilseung, producers and founders of STAYC’s agency High-Up Entertainment, decided…
Despite Doktor Karayom’s simple process of conjuring works, his pieces tell stories of the people who suffer the most.
Despite the multitude of languages in the country, our legislation and the judicial system have yet to adapt to our native tongues.
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For many Muslim women, the hijab is a symbol of the Islamic culture and ultimately, women’s bodily autonomy.
Nothing can outshine the brilliance of a creative mind. Even if the COVID-19 pandemic raises physical barriers around people, the imagination can still run to places one would never dare to dream. This was certainly true at the 36th DLSU Annual Awards for Literature (Litaw) and the 11th DLSU Annual Awards for Visual Arts (Visaw),…
Many freelance artists are unsatisfied with the lack of government support, and are asking for secured benefits and welfare protection.
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