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Sinandomeng: Reaping a Bountiful Harvest

By CORHEINNE JOYCE B. COLENDRES FARMING REQUIRES an immense amount of strength, patience, and dedication. Most are familiar with the job’s intensity, yet they are unaccustomed to the idea that farming is also a way of life. It is more than an act of reaping what one has sown; it …

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Instalado: Into Incontrollable Indigence

By ZYMON ARVINDALE R. DYKEE STEMMING FROM a dream of a fast-paced progression, the Chinese took the initiative to revamp the process of learning. From this initiative bore the “installation,” the process of stocking knowledge directly inside people’s brains. Despite gaining popularity and having been adopted by countries all over the …

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ABSC stands vs. CJB decision; VP hits Comelec for ‘incompetence’

THE ARTS and Letters Student Council (ABSC) on Tuesday condemned the decision of the Central Judiciary Board (CJB) to disregard “abstain” in the recent Central Student Council (CSC) polls while ABSC vice president-external blamed the UST Central Commission on Elections (Comelec) for the election mess. In a statement, the ABSC …

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Former dean dies at 71

Former dean Armando de Jesus passed away at the age of 71 last July 2 due to prostate cancer. De Jesus was diagnosed with prostate cancer since he was 66, Research Center on Culture, Education and Social Issues Director Clarence Batan told the Flame. The former dean led the Faculty …

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Battling Autism with Creativity

By ALISHA DANIELLE M. GREGORIO THERE ARE certain individuals whose interpersonal skills are significantly tested; they feel held back or shy when it comes to connecting with other people. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a set of developmental disorders which affects a person’s social interaction and communication. People with ASD ages …

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Journalism alumna recognized for political reporting

A JOURNALISM alumna was named Newspaper Female Reporter of the Year by the Rotary Club of Manila for her quality reportage in the field of politics. Christina Mendez, who graduated in 1996 and is now a senior reporter at the Philippine Star, said writing about politics “stimulates minds and provokes …

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Love, equality win in Metro Manila Pride March

By AARON THOMAS L. DE GUIA  RAINBOW FLAGS, merchandise, and dresses flooded Marikina Plaza de los Alcaldes on Saturday as almost 7,500 members and supporters of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) community gathered for this year’s Metro Manila Pride March. Proud marchers and organizations, cheering “Happy Pride!” walked along …

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Campus journalists urged to maintain truth in reporting

JOURNALISTS SHOULD be more accurate and firm in reporting to counter fake news and attacks on media online, seasoned media practitioners told student writers in a forum held June 15. Inday Varona, ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs contributing editor, said journalists should be more careful in reporting because their mistakes …

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