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Name of the game

While many regard the arts, particularly literature, as useless fields and careers, historical works and events beg to differ.

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Moving forward

As long as transport policies’ focus is car-centric, our country’s transportation system will continue to be inefficient, missing its supposed focus: the people.

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Before saying thanks

Even simple words of gratitude need to be earned—they are neither requested nor an accompanying expression to one’s achievements, especially of those in the government.

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What now?

These times call for student journalists to continue standing their ground, being the voice of the unheard and keeping the powers that be in check.

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Impending danger

Looking at the turnout of the 2022 National and Local Elections, the Philippines is going to experience an administration led by Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte-Carpio. But what does that mean for the Filipinos?

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Keep us alive

Among the #Halalan2022 candidates, just how many are actually actively putting forward platforms and plans that address the climage emergency?

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An endless cycle

The youth are taught to “educate” peers that are considered misguided by misinformation and disinformation, but are we doing it right?

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The A-word

Beyond labels, activists bear responsibilities and realities that are either misconceived or undermined by people.

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Mind matters

Mental health literacy matters—and in some occasions, it may even save one’s life, or that of others.

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Switching Lanes

As voters, we should be wary of candidates who flip-flop on their statements and stances whenever convenient.