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Filipinas struggle with women’s law lacking teeth

Women will never feel safe if the law could not protect them properly.

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Opinion

Mic check

We should know that our timidness will never be enough reason to shy away from discussing pressing sociopolitical issues.

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Opposition clings onto hope of solidarity as #Halalan2022 nears

As candidates decide to go their own routes, how do we form a united opposition?

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Beneath the field of election campaigns, a money game thrives

This month marks the beginning of the campaign period for national candidates—inevitably the most expensive period of every election cycle. With the Philippines divided into several regions, people vying for a government seat prepare a huge sum of campaign budget to establish their image to the public and reach as many voters as possible. While…

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Wishful thinking

For those who have started their college journeys online, to experience face-to-face classes is the goal. However, just how realistic is this given Philippines’ situation?

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Menagerie

Rant and Rave: Rocking with Seventeen’s ‘Attacca’

Seventeen, overflowing with charisma, charm, and talent, always seems to pull off impeccable performances—demanding the stage and the audience to come to life. In every album, their versatility is best seen in their efforts to maximize all 13 of its members in the music composition and choreographies. In this era, Seventeen takes the spotlight with…

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Commentary: It will fall apart

Until when will this facade called “Dutertismo” hold up?

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Under Duterte, Southeast Asia’s oldest democracy is failing

While the Philippines is labeled as a democratic state, the current political climate suggests otherwise.

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Promises of infrastructure: The Build, Build, Build program aftermath

Despite attempts to boost the economy since its launch, the Duterte administration’s Build, Build, Build project fell short of delivering on its objectives.

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Even after enacting process improvements, CSO still received backlash

As the governing body of 51 organizations, the Council of Student Organizations (CSO) continues to develop its processes to ensure that their member organizations “can achieve optimum performance” with their flagship projects. This includes their operations on activity approval and completion of requirements, which some students claim had been “excessive” due to tedious document reviews…