President Ferdinand Marcos Jr., in his second SONA, proclaimed the country to be “sound and improving,” yet concerns in areas such as foreign policy and agriculture remain unaddressed.
The Supreme Court (SC) ruled on June 27 that the law postponing the December 2022 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan Elections (BSKE) to October 2023 is unconstitutional. In the decision penned by Associate Justice Antonio Kho Jr., the Court granted the petition filed by several lawyers questioning the constitutionality of Republic Act (RA) 11935, which moved…
With the constrained supply chains due to local and global pressures along with increased demand from consumers’ revenge spending, this double whammy all the more makes it difficult for the Philippines to achieve stable prices and economic growth at the same time.
The USG finds themselves at the helm of informing, protecting, and empowering the Lasallian community amid socio-political matters faced by the country.
He topped the bar exams, brought down the Japanese during the war, ushered an era of prosperity the Philippines has never seen—this is Apo Lakay writing history for himself.
Marcos Jr.’s first 100 days as president showed hints of his “carefree and lazy” attitude, sparking worries that he may become the nation’s principal worry.
As fares hike and student commuters influx, transportation becomes a main concern as Lasallians return to campus.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. delivered his first State of the Nation Address (SONA) last July 25 promising improvements in the economy, agriculture, health, and violence. While the speech took place at Batasang Pambansa, more than 8,000 protesters marched along Commonwealth Ave. in Quezon City for the “People’s SONA”. Commitments and promises Marcos Jr. began his…
It is the state of the economy, not an unwanted admin, that causes a “brain drain” in a country.
Women will never feel safe if the law could not protect them properly.