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Mikkah Factor

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Former senator calls for complete ban on hazing

By ANGELIQUE ANNE F. TORRES A FORMER senator and author of the Anti-Hazing Law of 1995 urged all officers and members of fraternities and sororities to exclude hazing as a form of initiation. “[G]et together [to] ban and burn all the paddles in a symbolic gesture. ‘Wag ningas kugon, [na …

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Flare

EACH AND every person that we meet in our lives ignites different kinds of sentiments within us. Some people are so dazzlingly bright that their flames envelop you in cordial warmth, changing your life forever. They are those who look like they belong in a colorful, baroque painting whose radiance …

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Atio is a perfect son, Horacio’s father recalls

By VANN MARLO M. VILLEGAS HE IS the best son any parent could have. This is how Horacio Castillo Jr. talked about his son “Atio” who was laid to rest on Wednesday at the Manila Memorial Park. “Horacio, our son, is a good son, a perfect son,” Horacio Jr. said during …

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I Found My Heart in Santa Fe: Mapping Through Uncertainties

By CORHEINNE JOYCE B. COLENDRES   LOVE IS often about risking things for an indefinite prize. No matter how much preparation one has done, nothing truly prepares a person for the things that love has in store. This idea materializes in the story of Jennifer (Roxanne Barcelo), a beach resort …

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War At Its Finest

By ALISHA DANIELLE M. GREGORIO ONE OF the essential lessons taught to Filipino students as early as elementary is the history of war in the Philippines and the world. Most people know their basic Philippine history and their respective effects on the world we live in today. Filipino artist Eric …

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Lumads to gov’t: Provide education, not martial law

By MARIA EDEN T. DINO MEMBERS AND supporters of the Lumad community on Tuesday renewed their call on the government to end martial law in Mindanao which led to school bombings, military harassment to students and teachers, and deprivation of Lumads’ right to education. RJ Perez, a four-year Lumad volunteer …

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Linger

UNDER A dark and oppressive sky, flames swayed to the solemn requiem of the wind. On the surface of each candle, melted wax trickled like the droplets of warm tears which outlined the faces of those who had been untimely left behind. The loved ones had gathered together; they tangled …

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