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Rant and Rave: Chaos ensues as Doctor Strange plunges into the ‘Multiverse of Madness’

“Things just got out of hand.” This powerful caution provoked audiences when the trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (MoM) dropped, shocking moviegoers and longtime Marvel fans everywhere. But little did audiences know that Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Stephen Strange’s madcapper adventures would go haywire.   Just days after its small-screen comeback, the Marvel…

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Best of both worlds: Into the De La Salle Brothers’ artistic hobbies

For Br. Dodo, Br. Mario, and Br. Manny, art allows them to channel inner peace and their passion for positive social change.

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A long haul flight: Filipina pilots defy gravity and gender stereotypes

For many, a pilot’s job may seem like the ultimate dream—but female pilots find the industry marred with gender disparity.

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Once upon a time, Philippines ancestral houses stood with glory

Ancestral homes play a vital role in exploring Philippine history as its walls are embodiments of the time that once was.

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Elbows up: Why kamayan champions Filipino culinary traditions

Laid out on banana leaves, the foods found in a kamayan feast often tell stories unique to the people who prepared them.

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Understanding adulthood, nostalgia, and the toys that made us

While toys are mostly reserved for childhood, some adults find it impossible to outgrow these playthings and the sentiment behind each.

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Rant and Rave: Unifying a disconnected mind in ‘Moon Knight’

After a nearly four-month drought without any films or TV shows, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) makes its small-screen comeback with Moon Knight. This time, the gods and goddesses of Egyptian mythology take the helm as the MCU continues to open doors for more superheroes, promising audiences a riveting adventure with the Egyptian pantheon. But…

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Tales of tarnished text: Grappling with the censorship of progressive literature

Progressive literature has the power to overturn outdated and oppressive structures, giving writers the power to decide the future that’s best for them.

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Working from a distance, are virtual internships for better or worse?

College students nowadays are in for many unique learning experiences. For a number of learners, a stressful commute to and from school has been reduced to the time it takes to open and close their gadgets. Joining and leaving a class can be done in one click, and lively recitations have been swapped for discussion…

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Made anew: Inside the solemn intricacies of Ramadan

At the heart of the Islamic calendar is the sacred month of Ramadan. Earnest prayers, a revived sense of gratitude, and gentle acts of kindness are all central to Muslims before the awaited break of fasting at Eid al-Fitr. “When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of heaven are opened and the gates of…