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Racing against time: Masungi Georeserve keeps our rainforests alive

The Masungi Georeserve holds one of the most environmentally diverse spots of the country—but the reserve contends with problems as numerous as the species found within.

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Your biggest fan: The fallout of parasocial relationships

The average celebrity is no stranger to endless declarations of love; but how much of a star is really for their fans to have and to hold?

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Between trains, on tracks: The trolleys that ply the PNR

Although operating a trolley may be dangerous to both operator and commuter, this improvised transportation fills the inefficiency gaps in the current system.

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How farmers’ cries for help grow louder amid calamities

While natural disasters wreak havoc across the nation, farmers are left to fend for themselves, to salvage their homes and livelihood.

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Writer’s Recap: Celebrating the people, power, and potential of CLA in ‘ArtsFest 2022’

Last November 10 to 23, the College of Liberal Arts’ (CLA) Arts College Government (ACG) welcomed the return of its annual Arts Festival (ArtsFest) on campus. For the first time in over two years, ArtsFest’s festivities were held in a hybrid setup, making for a more engaging and collaborative experience. This year’s iteration of the…

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Writer’s Recap: A tapestry of storied songs in Innersoul’s ‘Lights Off–Beyond the Stars’

In commemoration of 25 years of inspiration and passion, De La Salle Innersoul staged “Lights Off: Beyond the Stars” last November 12 through an exclusive YouTube stream. But it was not simply a concert—“Lights Off” was divided into four acts, labeled as stages, each with storied songs that told of the organization’s struggles and development…

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Rant and Rave: A new samsara blooms through ‘Genshin Impact 3.2’

After the electrifying events that transpired in the nation of thunder and lightning, Genshin Impact took travelers to new areas around the world of Teyvat. But even after exploring the enigmas within the mists of Tsurumi Island, the depths of Enkanomiya, and the mines of the Chasm, nothing could beat the anticipation of finally heading…

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Indigenous communities still battle with archival silences

Indigenous people often contend with being silenced. In the archiving field, they deserve to be known for the entirety of their culture.

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How do archivists archive?

Filipino archivists divulge the intricacies of record preservation to protect, salvage, and immortalize historical memories.

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Archiving the Lasallian mission in the Philippines

Since their arrival on Philippine soil in 1911, the De La Salle Brothers have made their presence felt for over a century, establishing some of the nation’s top educational institutions and aiding Filipinos through their noble mission. Despite the growth that Lasallian education has had within the nation, De La Salle Philippines (DLSP) continues to…