Jayvee A. del Rosario

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A case for staring at the night sky

It was close to midnight. I was cramming the final paper for my hated class-which-shall-not-be-named hours before the deadline. I didn’t want to cram last...

Call it by what name?

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On a TV interview last June 20, Bataan Representative Geraldine Roman urged members of the LGBTQ+ community who were enjoining the Supreme Court to legalize...

Haute as heaven

Long before the likes of Versace and Gucci mixed fashion and the Catholic imagination, Filipino devotees have been adorning wood and ivory statues depicting...

NSTP sexual mistreatment case prompts OSCI probe

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During the early part of the First Semester of Academic Year 2017-2018, Sam*, an Ateneo student, was sexually mistreated at a required National Service...

LS names Siy Van as first female valedictorian in 9 years

VANESSA T. Siy Van, a health sciences and economics senior, has been chosen as the Valedictorian of Class 2018. Vice President for the Loyola Schools (VPLS)...

Meeting of the minds

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Outside the classroom, the faculty of the Ateneo face considerable challenges just as any worker. In addition to juggling the brunt of research and pedagogy,...

Help wanted: When employees expect

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For working parents in the Ateneo, the university as a whole is far from family-friendly. “There is a breastfeeding room, but I remember that that’s where...

Birds of a feather

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THIRTY-ONE years ago, the Ateneo defied a regime. Rallying under the banner of a nation indignant and wearied, enough was enough for the university as it...

Oral traditions

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It’s that time of year again—when a line outside De La Costa Hall spans the length of the building, as the air outside whirs with the buzzing anticipation...

Help wanted: When employees expire

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UNCONSTITUTIONAL, PROHIBITED, a hindrance to skill development—these were the words the 2016 presidentiables used to describe contractual labor. In a series...