Celine D. Natividad

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Rainbows on the reel

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With gender topics deemed as taboo as well as the number of conservative viewers posing as an obstacle, what future is there for the LGBTQ community in the...

Watching your language

The blazing sun and the scorching heat did nothing to deter the people as they donned on their armor during Pride March 2017. Clasping their rainbow-themed...

Reminiscent rhythms

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Don’t be too quick to judge that curiously familiar hook from a new song. More than just borrowing, music sampling brings a lot more creativity to the table...

The Art of Revolution

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Even though the paint crumbles, the old films fade from the limelight, and the protest music becomes distant and unfamiliar, the EDSA Revolution still holds a...

Andanar, Trillanes clarify ties with BUKÁS coalition

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SANGGUNIAN PRESIDENTIAL candidate Regis Andanar and vice presidential candidate Roxy Trillanes released separate statements last Monday, March 20, asserting...

School rep bets confront issues beyond own schools in MDA

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GONE ARE the days of platforms stressing “school” or “batch unity” as candidates for Sanggunian school representatives (SR) faced tough questioning on...

Ground to the finest grade

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In the misty mountain ranges of the Cordilleras, a coffee farmer steps out of his home to greet the crack of dawn. The air is rich with the scent of dew and...

Changing the script: Kolleen Yvonne Ricaro

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Kolleen Yvonne Ricaro has a new story to tell with every character she plays. But the story of how—and why—she shifted from engineering to theater is one...

Otherworldly origins

As October days grow cooler and the nights get longer, there are moments when you can’t help but feel as if someone were watching your every move. Do you...

Heroes vs. saints

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Just like superheroes, Catholic saints and Biblical figures have strived to fight against evil, and to protect those in need. Yet why is it that when both come...