Ground left uncovered

Ground left uncovered

Kyra ChoaJune 16, 20205 min read

Now is as good a time as any to talk about mental health. Epidemiological evidence on mental illnesses in the Philippines is unfortunately lacking, but the National Statistics Office identified…

A tirade

A tirade

Ramon CastañedaJune 15, 20206 min read

There are numerous television shows and movies that revolve around crimes—tackling topics such as murder, homicide, self-harm, theft, corruption, and terrorism—and one could wonder just how true-to-life these depictions are.…

Carelessness finds no clemency

Carelessness finds no clemency

Gabriel CuaresmaJune 15, 20205 min read

Hacking is something one would typically see in heist shows and science fiction films, yet fiction became fact last Thursday, May 28. Hackers took control of the customer service Twitter…

In the dark

In the dark

Jan Emmanuel AlonzoJune 14, 20205 min read

As stores reopen, on-site work continues, and people return to the streets, we are made to think that the country has braved a wave of infections, that the spread of…

All but Juan

All but Juan

The LaSallianJune 4, 20205 min read

As the Philippines’ 122nd day of independence approaches, news of President Rodrigo Duterte certifying House Bill 6875 or the Anti-Terrorism Bill as “urgent”—fast-tracking the Bill’s approval through Congress—last June 1…

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