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As the pandemic drags on, vaccines became a political tool

As the pandemic drags on, vaccines became a political tool

June 19, 20217 min read

Realpolitik does not stop in the middle of a pandemic. International affairs continue to influence local courses of action—the most evident at present being vaccine distribution. Launching into a global…

Looking back at and moving forward with online learning

Looking back at and moving forward with online learning

June 19, 20217 min read

On March 9, 2020, Manila Mayor Isko Moreno suspended classes in response to rising COVID-19 cases. What started out as a one-week class interruption would turn into a two-week class…

PRESS RELEASE: Tomo XXXVII Blg. 1

PRESS RELEASE: Tomo XXXVII Blg. 1

June 17, 20212 min read

Visual by Jamie Mapa Look back at the canvas of memory and uncover each layer of color that makes us who we are in Malate Literary Folio’s Tomo XXXVII Blg.…

Three nominees decline as 1Sambayan unveils president, vice president bets for 2022 elections

Three nominees decline as 1Sambayan unveils president, vice president bets for 2022 elections

June 16, 20214 min read

Opposition coalition 1Sambayan announced its nominees for president and vice president in the 2022 national elections in a webinar titled Isang Boto, 1Sambayan via Zoom and Facebook live last June…

Making sense of the USG’s money

Making sense of the USG’s money

June 16, 20215 min read

The University Student Government’s (USG) operational fund for Academic Year (AY) 2020-2021 stood at P397,687 when it was approved in a Legislative Assembly session last March 30. The figure is…

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