Manuel M. Aldeguer IV

Articles published online

History’s specter

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The term “martial law” is one that is rarely used in a neutral sense by Filipinos. What is normally defined and referred to as the imposition of military...

The seeds of insurgency

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As the battle rages on in the embattled city of Marawi, a new front is emerging in the fight against extremism—this time in the hearts and minds of locals....

The state of science

Between the public sector and private institutions, the latter are typically perceived to be more involved in the fields of science and engineering in many...

The road to hell...

“Prejudice plus power;” this, according to many social justice activists and scholars, is the equation for oppression. This formulation was coined in...

A step forward

On May 2, 2017 the Senate passed Senate Bill 1354 or the Mental Health Act. The bill was introduced back in February 21 and was sponsored by Senator Risa...

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...

Turnout stands at under 5% in day 1 of Sanggu polls

AT THE end of day one of the Sanggunian General Elections, the Ateneo Commission of Elections (COMELEC) revealed a partial vote count of 304 out of COMELEC’s...

Reclaiming lost ground

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Article III, Section 3, of the 2016 Constitution of the Undergraduate Students of Ateneo de Manila states: “The Sanggunian is the sole autonomous government...

Re-visioning history

[View the interactive version here.] AT THE corner of EDSA and Quezon Avenue is a place called Bantayog ng mga Bayani. This memorial center is comprised of...

In mind and governing body

On July 8, the Department of Health (DOH) and the Natasha Goulbourn Foundation—a non-profit organization dedicated to depression awareness and...