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Mikkah Factor

Mikkah Factor

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photo by IAN CARLO L. ARIAS WHENEVER I think about the metropolis, the idealistic portrayal of colossal towers lined up across the city come to my mind. I would imagine a surplus of fortress-like buildings found in ubiquity that shelter the distinguished class attending activities such as parties, balls, and …

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Domicile

photo by IAN CARLO L. ARIAS UNCEASING RINGS from the bell, stomping feet along the corridor, and a deafening indistinct sound that compels everyone to pack their things and go home. Walking alone in the dark alley allows you to see variants of a soul: some have nowhere to go, …

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Cobblestone

photo by IAN CARLO L. ARIAS ON DAYS when I would go to school, I would look at the towering walls adorned with patterns of spikes and stones. They undoubtedly made me feel like the campus was a safe space where I was impenetrable. Outside these walls, however, were people …

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Moonbow

photo by SYRAH VIVIEN J. INOCENCIO THE LUMINANCE of the radiant sun collides with the water leaking from the formless smoke of air, creating a multihued semblance of spectacular colors. Consisting of varying colors and hues, a perfect bow washes the firmament with gentleness: an optical illusion in the skyline …

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Rising up as one at the 24th Metro Manila Pride March

By REYANNE LOUISSE AMPONG RAINBOWS and smiles filled the Marikina Sports Complex on Saturday as around 15, 000 members—twice more than last year’s 7, 700—of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) community gathered for the 24th Metro Manila Pride March. Members and allies of the LGBTQIA+ …

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Cariño Brutal

photo by KRISTELA DANIELLE S. BOO FOR DECADES, fast food chains have warmed the hearts and stomachs of those who walk through their doorways. People’s eyes gleam with an impulse to devour what they find delectable and these restaurants have always given the taste that the masses long for. The …

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P1.2k breakdown to be released soon, says ABSC president

By CRIS EUGENE T. GIANAN THE DEAN’S Office is set to release the breakdown of the P1,200 pilgrimage fee no later than July 6, Artlets Student Council (ABSC) president Rafael Arellano revealed. Arellano said the Council had submitted a formal letter of request weeks ago as required by the Dean’s …

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Midas Touch

photo by KRISTELA DANIELLE S. BOO Once, there was a king named Midas who wished for everything he touched to turn into gold. However, his greed quickly became regret when this wish cost him the person he cared for the most. Nevertheless, his ravenous desire for gold remained his version …

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Juxtaposition

photo by KRISTELA DANIELLE S. BOO THE FILIPINO people observe the valiant effort that their ancestors gave to gain the long-sought liberty from the shackles of oppression and colonization. The flag of the nation oscillates in the air freely, boasting its bright colors for everyone to see. Lately, however, the …

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Asphyxia

photo by KRISTELA DANIELLE S. BOO Life is undoubtedly full of tribulations, and sometimes they act as the levers of contraptions that compress the neck, prohibiting people from breathing. The pressure mounts into a spasm, immobilizing the body for prolonged periods of time when people express the inability to cope …

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