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The Marcoses revel in Filipino forgetfulness

Three decades after the people marched along EDSA for liberation, the nation teeters on the edge of having its hard-fought history of struggle completely rewritten.

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A peso for your thoughts?

Students find themselves constantly in the dark about the rationale behind increasing fees each year, as DLSU maintains a stoic silence on the matter.

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End of the road

The transportation crisis in the country demands improvement, yet the flaws of the PUV Modernization Program could worsen it than solve it.

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Undeterred, 63 years later

It is not in The LaSallian’s identity to be passive chroniclers. Instead, we are steadfast in our duty to question, tell, interpret, and persuade.

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Editorial Opinion

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The University’s online infrastructure has led to inconvenient enrollment experiences for students, despite the convenience online systems are supposed to provide.

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Editorial Opinion

Waiting for the punchline

While consuming satirical content is inarguably amusing, it is not simply a form of entertainment. Beyond the humorous delivery of information lies a deeper lens into reality.

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Editorial Opinion

Heroes need not die

OFWs have always been the country’s pride—heroes, as we hail them. But words mean nothing when they are faced with the circumstances of abuse, or even death.

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An “urgent” heist

The vagueness behind its urgency and the government’s failure to prioritize the country’s pressing needs are more than enough grounds for the public to refuse the MIF.

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Weathered promises

With typhoon Paeng dealing deadly casualities, the government deals with the challenge of creating effective long-term risk reduction plans.

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United we fall

In the absence of DOH and DOST secretaries, Filipinos are once again left to fend for themselves amid ongoing crises.