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Dismantling the boy’s club

Gender-based discrimination and sexual harrassment are not limited to a particular industry, but their existence to this date must be enough to call for concrete action.

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Here’s your ticket

Friendships are meant to be cultivated and valued, but when things—or people—become problematic and toxic, just where do you draw the line?

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So-called Pinoy pride

While we honor our national athletes who excel in international stints, support should also be continuous and concrete, especially from the government.

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Wishful thinking

For those who have started their college journeys online, to experience face-to-face classes is the goal. However, just how realistic is this given Philippines’ situation?

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An uprooting

In order to address the bloody drug war, the administration succeeding Duterte’s must take into consideration factors that go beyond just illegal drugs.

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Of both worlds

While divorce mainly involves the couple, the state has to recognize that continuing to bar its legality affects the children involved as well.

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No room for error

Just how inefficient was the recently concluded voter’s registration process for the 2022 national elections?

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A better president?

As President Rodrigo Duterte’s presidency comes to its penultimate moments, support for him has not faltered. Recent approval ratings and preferential surveys for the top executive seats show favor for his administration, the Filipino admiration over him as strong as ever. With less than 50 days before the filing of certificates of candidacy, many politicians…

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Finding her space

“You played well—for a girl.” This was not what I had wanted to hear after a 90-minute game under the scorching heat. It wasn’t the kind of praise that any athlete would have wanted to hear. Dangling at the end of the remark was an unwelcome yet familiar phrase. It glared and blared at me,…

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Proximity to power

In politics, nothing is permanent except greed. Last September 8, the Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi-led faction of PDP-Laban officially endorsed Sen. Bong Go and President Rodrigo Duterte for the presidential and vice presidential spots. The rationale behind having an incumbent president and his former top aide turned senator run for the top executive positions, Cusi…