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.
Upholding the LGBTQ+’s basic rights requires ensuring that an entire generation has a better understanding of SOGIE.
The LGBTQ+ community hopes to fight against inequality, but the Marcos Jr. administration will have to take concrete steps to help.
The 1986 revolution marked a new era of democracy and freedom. Forgetting that fateful year puts this era at risk of an end.
The reputation of the party-list system has long been diminished and its effectiveness continues to be debated.
Lasallians weigh in on the commmunity’s electoral bets and voting practices, and share factors that motivated them to be more outspoken.
Media coverage on #Halalan2022 has been focused on numbers and personalities. Whether this emphasis has helped or harmed political discourse remains a question.