Keisha D. Kibanoff

Articles published online

Where ahrt thou

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In a parking lot, the ticking of a clock, a whisper-like whirring and the clinking of metal can be heard. Spikes adorn a bicycle chain snaked around gears....

Lesbihonest

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Photo based on the Birth of Venus by Sanoro Botticelli The media’s latest take on lesbianism has us redefining the L-word. Everyone remembers what...

Well, that’s a relief

Relief operations aren’t limited to helping out at the covered courts.  Relief efforts bring to mind familiar images: Plastic bags of canned goods,...

The beautiful fight

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There was a mad scramble for cupcakes as Roxy Navarro, founder of Works of Heart (WOH), a youth-led social design enterprise, set them down on the table. Her...

Exile on Mad Street

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Movies like Mga Anino ng Kahapon are changing the face of mental illness on the Philippine silver screen.  Irene screams while curled into a fetal position...

Reflex Gotangco: Up in the air

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It’s not every day that you accidentally win an international competition. But last July 2013, Jesse “Reflex” Gotangco (BFA AM ‘10) did just...

Kamusta? Magazine: Beyond destinations

When travel magazines feature the Philippines, the focus is usually different versions of the same theme: White sand beaches and deep blue waters. In this...

Biting the bullet

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  Perhaps the closest that most of today’s students get to marching into war is the long, anxious tread to a make-or-break exam. For other people,...

Double take: Witty Will Save the World Co.

They say that the Philippines is one of the world’s happiest nations. From the pun-tastic signage put up by the everyday Pinoy to the comics drawn by no...

The word of your body

[caption id="attachment_14655" align="alignnone" width="620"] A SELF-PORTRAIT. More than anything else, Bluerep's angst-ridden and high-octane season finale,...