The Marcoses revel in Filipino forgetfulness

The Marcoses revel in Filipino forgetfulness

The LaSallianFeb 25, 20244 min read

The Filipino are a forgetful people, and Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s proclamation as the 17th president of the Philippines was nothing but a culmination of his family’s decades-long quest to rewrite what should be remembered. It was thanks to an expensive—and…

A peso for your thoughts?

A peso for your thoughts?

The LaSallianFeb 24, 20244 min read

If there’s one thing we can count on from DLSU administrators, it’s this: they will never be open about tuition fee increases (TFI) as if doing so would open the proverbial Pandora’s box—as if any word that would come out…

End of the road

End of the road

The LaSallianDec 31, 20234 min read

Drivers and operators of public utility vehicles (PUVs) brace themselves for the impending debt they will be buried in as the deadline for consolidation under the PUV Modernization Program (PUVMP) looms over them today, December 31. And that is only…

Weighing in on “the other sports”

Weighing in on “the other sports”

Diego ManzanoOct 27, 20234 min read

Basketball and volleyball have long been the darlings of the Philippine sports scene. From packed arenas to passionate fans, these sports have captured the nation’s attention and adoration. However, amid the overwhelming popularity of these sports, there is a silent…

Read this whenever you want

Read this whenever you want

Christopher GoOct 27, 20234 min read

Do you even have the time to read our newspaper? It’s true that technology has changed the way people consume news, with people increasingly relying on the less-than-280-characters news bites on social media as their primary source of information. These…

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