It’s almost all virtual celebrations this time for Pride Month with music helping to bring the community together.
Jose Rizal arose in our reckoning as a writer, and as with many of the Filipino propagandists in Spain at the time, press freedom was very close to his heart.
Conceptually ambitious and emotionally cathartic, Stephen King’s IT continues to shock and horrify readers to this day.
Training and equipping teachers with tools for remote and innovative learning is now highly essential.
We commemorate the legacy of Senator Eva Estrada Kalaw and her refreshing independent voice in the Senate.
A millennial professional reflects on what it means to choose a side instead of staying in the middle.
But in pockets of idle time, UNCERTAINTY would rear its ugly head. ‘Where am I headed next?’
Calls for an end to exploitative and harmful work for children during the World Day against Child Labor
Many of us do want to live in peace and freedom, but not all are willing to fight for it.
The use of ‘cheapfakes’ raises the primary question of how this was actually done, before we speculate on why this was done.
A part-time teacher reflects on the possible “new normal” in education brought by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The series is able to mix nuggets of fantasy and reality and transform them into one fulfilling watch.
We have a free Facebook Live webinar for you! It features Glaiza de Castro, Kaladkaren Davila and Suzi Abrera. The topic is relevant for today. During this difficult COVID-19 pandemic, how can we make sure that Filipino overseas Filipino workers are safe? This free Facebook Live session will premiere on May 28, 2020 on Facebook…
Sa kabila ng pandemya at umiiral na Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine (MECQ), itinuloy ng dalawang magsing-irog ang matagal na nilang pinaplanong kasal sa San Fernando City sa Pampanga.
Don’t believe anyone who says the curve is flattening based solely on the reduction of new cases.
I was the typical 90’s kid who grew up in a small provincial town. There wasn’t much to do so people my age just study, then go home right after. It was a boring childhood for most of us—but not for me. I was different. I was not really into this world, I tell you. …
Metro Manila was gearing for a lockdown, and I had yet to find a flight to Macau. For an overseas Filipino worker like me, time was ticking. With the impending threat of COVID-19, my travel to Macau and the ensuing quarantine were nothing short of an adventure. March 16, 2020. I was in my small…
The frontliners battling the threat of COVID-19 require all the help they can get. Thanks to cutting edge technology, the Philippine Science High School — Pisay — campuses all over the country are answering the call. Making full use of their science laboratories, the PSHS campuses are creating face shields from scratch to address the…
Cookery, housekeeping, ICT or drafting? When I was in Grade 9, I didn’t see myself in these elective classes so I enlisted in Journalism. It was a spontaneous decision. Years later, I would find myself competing in the Olympics of Campus Journalism — the National Schools Press Conference (NSPC). Despite the COVID-19 scare, I recently…
“Do you want to try Unang Hirit?” This is the question I will never forget, because it started my career, for which I will be forever grateful. It was back in July 2016 when I was asked that fateful question by one of my bosses. I was working then as producer for Balitanghali when his…