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It Comes and It Ghosts: Why People Just Disappear From Relationships

It Comes and It Ghosts: Why People Just Disappear From Relationships

Features
by RY PHILIP JACO T. GALVAN   BAM’S* RELATIONSHIP with Belle* was going well. They would share life stories and experiences, bonding to the extent the virtual world could allow them. They were not officially dating, but according to the journalism junior, he thought it was "something."  “Hi,” Bam sends enthusiastically.  An hour later, his phone rings with a “hello” floating on his lock screen. He quickly replies, asking Belle how she’s been.  Belle leaves the message on-read.  He sends a myriad of messages later on, of which half of them were left “seen” and the latter half—“delivered.” Bam was optimistic that the exchange would develop into something long-term.  All of this was for naught as Bam felt that Belle was slowly drifting away—until it finally happe...
Karnabal X: The New Frontier of Local Artistry

Karnabal X: The New Frontier of Local Artistry

Culture
By REYANNE LOUISSE AMPONG, ALISHA DANIELLE M. GREGORIO, ANGELA M. SE, AND CARLITO P. TOPACIO DEVOID OF the typical bearded ladies and strongmen, Karnabal X features a different kind of freak show questioning the very foundation of modern art and serving as a breeding ground for innovative masterpieces. From Oct. 22 to 29, 10 creative directors from the Lagablab: Karnabal Artist Residency took on the role of ringmasters, alluring the crowd with a variety of contemporary and alternative performance art. With Maginhawa in their sights, they set up their metaphorical tents in varying locations around the locale, spanning from city landmarks to lesser known residences. Aspiring audience members are the ones who set the fee with the show's blank ticket system, serving as a feedback syst...