Although the SSS and GSIS funds were spared from being part of the Maharlika Wealth Fund, under no circumstance should we fully let our guards down.
Author: John Thimoty A. Romero
5 Ways To Deal With Creative Burnout Amid The Pandemic
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The “Hair Flip” Decoy (And How We Fell For It)
So what if Pinky We did a hair flip? And why is everyone making such a fuss about it?
The Absurdity of Social Media Arrogance
In times where advocacy is grossly platformed in social media, it cannot be denied that a lot of self-righteous personages emerged from the flickers and clacks of their computer screens and keyboards.
Notes on Duterte’s Alleged Health Decline
With around 600 days left before his term ends, is President Duterte still fit to lead the country?
Why We Hate Ourselves The Most
Driven by our passions and ambitions, we, ourselves, are our harshest critics.
Why We Shouldn’t #CancelKorea Simply Because We’re B*tthurt
One thing is for sure: #CancelKorea will not identify you as someone with an even better sense of nationalism.
Bashing Buknoy Glamurrr
It cannot be denied that the controversy of Andrew Luis Lapid (aka Buknoy Glamurrr) surfaced numerous expressions of hate and further discrimination towards the queer community.
How Do We Justify Healing?
Choosing to better yourself is the best thing that you could do to show how much you love yourself.
The Rights and Wrongs of VinCentiments
In their latest controversial piece, the VinCentiments team made an attempt to capture what used to be restrained thoughts of frustration towards online classes.