Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Ma. Angela Christa Coloma

Ma. Angela Christa Coloma

Anti-death penalty advocates, lawmakers gather in UST

HUNDREDS of protesters from various groups trooped to the University on May 21 to protest the planned re-imposition of death penalty in the country. The...

La Salle dean proposes ban on political turncoats

A POLITICAL science professor is calling for the passage of a Senate bill that seeks to prevent switching among members of national political parties. “We...

Thomasians reject council bets, vote ‘abstain’ in 4 of 6 posts

IN AN unprecedented development, Thomasians roundly rejected candidates in four out of six positions in the Central Student Council (CSC) Executive Board including the...

‘Ched has no mandate to suspend field trips’

AN EDUCATION lawyer has criticized the Commission on Higher Education (Ched) for abusing its authority when it ordered a moratorium on off-campus activities after...

Anti-discrimination bill may breach religious freedom, a CBCP lawyer says

A LAWYER for the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) wants amendments to an “anti-discrimination” bill, warning that the measure could infringe upon...

No change three decades after EDSA Revolution, says lawmaker

NOT MUCH has changed in the government 31 years after the People Power Revolution that ousted the dictator Ferdinand Marcos. Sen. Gregorio Honasan, one of...

Lawyer hits gov’t for neglect of heritage sites

MORE buildings don't mean more development. A lawyer has criticized the government for its failure to enforce laws on heritage conservation. Trixie Angeles, legal counsel of...

Federalism not the only solution

FEDERALISM advocates are advising the Duterte administration to pursue “comprehensive reforms” as changing the form of government alone will not end the country’s political...

UST history dep’t calls for in-depth education

THE UST Department of History is calling for a more comprehensive education to cure Thomasians' lack of concern on national issues, such as rejecting...

Be honest in a ‘world full of lies,’ Dominican youth told in Adonai 2016

MORE THAN 700 students from Dominican-run schools across the country were urged to be truthful in a “world full of lies,” in the “Adonai...

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