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Fear no evil: Demystifying the practice of exorcism

Demonic influences may manifest in different ways—the most dangerous of which is possession—but exorcists believe faith can always overpower evil.

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Writer’s Recap: Battling hegemony through the people’s voices in ‘DLS2k21’

From June 18 to 24, the Harlequin Theatre Guild (HTG) launched their annual DuLa Salle (DLS) production, Retablo: Dambana ng Masang Filipino, via AnimoSpace and Ticket2Me. Emblazoning the work of playwrights from The Writer’s Bloc, the project bore fruit into a five-play, three-set ensemble that told the story of everyday Filipinos. Retablo’s theme is predicated…

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Through leaps and bounds, vogue sketches the untold LGBTQ+ struggle

Being an avenue for dancers to express themselves in whatever poses they want, vogue is much more than just a dance.

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Made anew: Inside the solemn intricacies of Ramadan

At the heart of the Islamic calendar is the sacred month of Ramadan. Earnest prayers, a revived sense of gratitude, and gentle acts of kindness are all central to Muslims before the awaited break of fasting at Eid al-Fitr. “When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of heaven are opened and the gates of…

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Electoral rhythm: How campaign jingles bridge entertainment and politics

The catchy tunes and lyrics that make up a campaign jingle are politicians’ technique to be memorable amid campaigns.

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25 Cents’ Worth: How the girlboss stained her blazer and her empire

As the girlboss trend escapes social media, one questions if this is a new leap for feminism or a patriarchy-induced delusion.

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More than just a passion: Protecting today’s freelance artists

Many freelance artists are unsatisfied with the lack of government support, and are asking for secured benefits and welfare protection.

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On the way home: Healing the rift in family conflicts

While mending their bond, some families experience a difficult yet fulfilling process.

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Writer’s Recap: ‘So G for SOGIE’ calls for provision of human rights to LGBTQ+

Last January 7 and 8, DLSU Prism launched So G for SOGIE: A Webinar on the Basics of SOGIE, tackling the need to approve the SOGIE Equality Bill in the country. With guest speakers Miss Trans Global 2020 Mela Habijan, University of the Philippines Los Baños Philosophy Professor Krissah Taganas, and Akbayan Partylist first nominee…