Political illiteracy is not just a problem during the campaign season or during elections, or immediately after the elections. Continue reading “Tout Comprendre, C’est Tout Pardonner”
The sense of ‘bayan’ reverberates the strongest in regions farthest from the metropoles – where the community is the most pervasive structure, and the nation seems a far-fetched idea. Continue reading The Chasm of Bayan
The scars of September 11 on the Americans who lost a doting father, a caring mother, a loving sibling, a congenial friend, or an important ally when New York, Pentagon, and Pennsylvania bore witness to the deepest annals of human’s evil are all real. Continue reading The scars around September 11
Sa bawat sentimo na hindi naipaabot ng DepEd sa masang Pilipino, may guro at kabataan ang hindi nakakasabay sa agos ng anti-mahirap na pag-aaral sa gitna ng pandemya. Continue reading Ang ‘Duterte-lympics’ ng Pagnanakaw
If making this “seven-year experience” a requisite in the practice of student journalism, at least in the context of NSPC 2021, becomes the norm, how many campus journalists would find themselves disenfranchised — or robbed of any chance gallop in the métier — in the not-so-distant future? Continue reading What’s with seven years, DepEd?