Tuesday, April 16, 2024

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Agresyon ng Tsina, isigaw sa mundo

Nagkasundo umano sina Pangulong Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. at presidente ng Tsina na si Xi Jinping noong Enero na mapayapang lulutasin ng dalawang bansa...

Canvas shift should address online infrastructure issues

The University of Santo Tomas (UST) is embarking on a transformative journey that invites optimism but also warrants cautious reflection. The shift from Blackboard...

Veritas odit moras: Improve campus Wi-Fi, remove one-device policy

All indications suggest that the University will continue with its hybrid setup for at least another academic year, as the Office of the Vice...

37 years later, Edsa spirit lives on

A Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey released on Feb. 23 found that 62 percent of Filipinos still believe that the spirit of the 1986...

Forcing F2F classes is counterproductive, even draconian

The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) made its strongest push for wider face-to-face (F2F) classes in the country by way of Memorandum Order No....

Chief executive, chief profligate

No matter how Malacañang downplayed or hardly even talked about it, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr and his family’s extra-official F1 Grand Prix weekend frolic...

Marcos Jr. declares war vs history, truth

For the last couple of years, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and his family have stuck to their script whenever the Martial Law atrocities...

Mud in Malacañang

The unwitting moviegoer might find “Maid in Malacañang” as just another Filipino film melodrama, top-billed by relatively popular have-been and never-were actors, both old...

Clearer guidelines, stronger push for F2F classes needed

The government has been pushing for the resumption of face-to-face (F2F) classes in more schools—in basic education and the tertiary level—with the hopes of...

How Comelec abetted dubious Marcos poll victory

The 2022 national elections were marred by vote-buying complaints and malfunctioning vote-counting machines thanks to an incompetent Commission on Elections (Comelec).  Because of the large...

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Making it through the literary maze

THESE days, media-hyped potboilers, paranormal anthologies, and international tear-jerkers crowd many shelves. But every now and then, there is that cranial knock that yearns for reading of another kind: reading that engages the brain cells, and at the same time tugs at the heartstrings.

Now, how can one make the right choice? When most readers are not adept at literature, or blessed with a worthy literary pedagogue, to judge by the cover is not an option.

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