Decline in voter turnout, controversies, and an increasing disconnect between student leaders and their constituents remains perpetual during University elections.
Pura Luka Vega’s case, albeit centered on religion, uncovers the homophobia and hypocritical standards that remain deeply ingrained in society.
The price ceilings on rice is yet again a band-aid policy that fails to uproot the pressing matters in the agricultural sector.
Borrowing systems in equipment-intensive courses still need some work in making sure all students who are in need can avail of assistance.
With the reopening of campus comes the revamp of the annual “frosh hate” over freshmen’s decorum.
To really become “progressive”, the University has to decide whether to continue a hurtful tradition and become a hypocrite or reconsider some traditions for a more inclusive DLSU.
In a time rife with disinformation and historical revisionism, current society is called to arms for the defense of the truth.
Decades of attempts at self-sufficiency has only led to shortages, in and out of the Philippines. It may be high time for the country to leave old, inefficient policies behind.
“History is like tsismis.” (Gossip.) In one horribly misinformed statement promoting her upcoming “historical” film, actress Ella Cruz effectively reduced an ancient, rigorous, and esteemed discipline into an idle pastime. Much has been said by the historical community on the distinction between the discipline of history and gossip, whether historical truth is relative or if…
Silencing the opposition for the sake of “unity” only allows wrongs in society to run rampant without being corrected.