Through pinkwashing, politicians show their surface-level support to queer causes while diluting their meaning and significance.
Christmas—a time of togetherness and rejoicing. In the municipality of Kawit, Cavite, there exists an artistic tradition of devotion and community.
Last November 10 to 23, the College of Liberal Arts’ (CLA) Arts College Government (ACG) welcomed the return of its annual Arts Festival (ArtsFest) on campus. For the first time in over two years, ArtsFest’s festivities were held in a hybrid setup, making for a more engaging and collaborative experience. This year’s iteration of the…
Many consider old age as a limit to reaching their goals. But these senior citizen graduates show that it’s never too late to take the chance to achieve your dreams.
From its Maguindanaoan roots to its popularity in and beyond General Santos City, pastil has truly championed the intricacies of Mindanaoan cuisine.
“How big can one get against a force too much bigger than yourself?” An outcry of the hopeful, a requiem for the fallen–such is the description of the long-awaited Katips: The Movie. Originally a 2016 theater production staged by Director Vince Tañada, its narrative moves away from the polarization of politics to shed light on…
For many, a pilot’s job may seem like the ultimate dream—but female pilots find the industry marred with gender disparity.
More than entertainment, K-pop is ripe for mobilizing fans to stand up for a fair and peaceful election.
The roles women play inside and outside of Filipino folktales aim to teach the people about life, lessons, and legacies.
Halal cuisine can become a window toward appreciating Muslim culture.