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Mikkah Factor

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AB Men’s nips IICS in season opener

THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) Men’s Volleyball Team dismantled the Institute of Information and Computing Sciences (IICS), 28-26 and 25-20, during its season opener in this year’s Thomasian Goodwill Games held Monday at the P. Noval Court. A service error from the Dapitan-based squad brought IICS an inch …

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HS-B stuns AB Women’s in opening match

THE HIGH School Varsity-Team B (HS-B) Volleybelles overwhelmed the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) Women’s Volleyball Team, 25-11 and 25-12, and handed the women in blue their first defeat in the latest season of the Thomasian Goodwill Games held Monday at the P. Noval Court. HS-B’s Ivy Aquino secured …

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Medusae: The Eyeless Gorgon

By ADRIAN PAUL L. TAÑEDO SOME FAMILIES have gone to various places due to the availability of work opportunities under the guise of a trip. However, things do not always go according to plan and when the occult and supernatural decide to play tricks, the victims find out that a simple …

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Nerisa del Carmen Guevara: In the eyes of an artist

By LORRAINE B. LAZARO THE BEATING of the drums was the beginning of it all. It was just another ordinary day when the busy streets of Malate transformed into a big stage for Nerisa del Carmen Guevara. As she placed down her teacher’s bag, she began to freely sway with …

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Warm Bodies

ANNUALLY, PEOPLE go to cemeteries where their deceased lie. People take a walk towards where their loved ones rest and pass by a million others sleeping in peace underneath their feet. They proceed to sit on lush, verdant foliage alongside their relatives that live on until this day and place …

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John Nepomuceno: Finding hope amid adversity

By JULIA MARI T. ORNEDO JOHN NEPOMUCENO sits with his hands clasped, eyes fixated on the table. He is struggling to follow his train of thought. His heartened discussion on special needs individuals was disrupted by the stream of cars rushing through Dapitan just across his seat in the café. …

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In Neomanila, Mortality Rises while Morality Loses

By ZYMON ARVINDALE R. DYKEE HUMANS HAVE the tendency to struggle for their survival. When circumstances born out of naturalism render them marred, they respond to the situation by defense. This defense manifests in the form of violence. There is always a propensity to fight—to emerge from the tumultuous arena …

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The Chanters: More Than A Tribal Legacy

By CORHEINNE JOYCE B. COLENDRES FOR THE last chanter of their tribe, Ramon Navarro (Romulo Caballero) considers chanting to be beyond telling the story of a great epic, and merely keeping up with his tribe’s tradition. Chanting has evolved to become a means of preservation for their tribe’s entire history. …

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Aegis Juris ‘head’ denies perjury, obstruction of justice

THE ALLEGED incumbent president of the Civil Law-based fraternity Aegis Juris contested on Monday the charges of perjury and obstruction of justice filed by the camp of slain UST law freshman and Political Science alumnus Horacio “Atio” Castillo III. In a counter affidavit signed by Arvin Balag, he detailed laws …

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Shannen Palec: Leading with perseverance and humility

By FATE EMERALD M. COLOBONG and LORRAINE B. LAZARO GUSHES OF the fresh wind from her hometown slowly faded as she moved to a new city to test her luck. The volleyball player from Passi, Iloilo casts a smile on her face as she shares her greatest motivation to play …

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