Without a Trace

Posted on December 16, 2019

Perhaps it has come across everyone’s mind at least once in their lives, the thought of running away and starting out as a “new” person—whether it’s that one major subject that you failed, or that falling-out with a long-time friend, or even just the harsh demands of life that got to you—to disappear and restart is an intriguing perspective.

Only real fans will get this

Posted on December 16, 2019

“Starry, starry night, paint your palette blue and grey…” sings Don McLean in the opening line of his ’72 hit, “Vincent”.

The peace that started with a paper crane

Posted on December 14, 2019

A book entitled ‘Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Eleanor Coerr commemorates a lifelong past that is based on a true story of a little girl who lived in Hiroshima, Japan during the Second World War. 

Neoliberalism: A haunting specter

Posted on December 13, 2019

We are introduced and born into an economic state wherein neoliberalism—also known as ‘modern-day imperialism’ which delineates the privatization of public services—manifesting within our society.

#Cancelledt

Posted on December 13, 2019

Cancel Culture is the practice of bringing to light past statements and actions that an individual has made, which at the time that it was committed may have been generally more acceptable in society.

Exhibiting Filipino culture through ‘Archie Comics’

Posted on December 12, 2019

From the classic Archie Comics to the modern adaptation through Netflix’ original series, ’Riverdale’, many have been familiar with Archie Andrews, Jughead Jones, Reggie Mantle, Betty Cooper, and Veronica Lodge. With its whirring plot and unexpected turns, the comic has captured the hearts of the general mass, including Filipinos.

Join the 17th Muralla Literary Portfolio of The LANCE!

Posted on November 17, 2019

Share your stories as we honor with pride and glory Letran’s Quadricentennial Year through The LANCE’s 17th Muralla Literary Portfolio, as a concrete exhibition of our light and dark times from the past.

Gen XYZ: What’s your story?

Posted on November 16, 2019

On its 41st Theater Season, Teatro de Letran brought back Gen XYZ with new stories by Jericho Zafra, JC Poblete, and Roni Mae Serrano. The play features nine stories that spanned across three generations, the restaging also served as a preview show for the first Chiang Mai Fringe Festival of Arts happening on October 27,  at the Kad Studio Theatre, Chang Mai Thailand.

Netflix gems: Series that Deserves the Spotlight

Posted on March 11, 2019

After a stressful, nail-biting week spent in school, it’s safe to say that chilling at home is well-deserved, comfortably wrapped up in a blanket, fully prepared to watch a long list of series on Netflix the whole weekend. There is a bunch of binge-worthy series to choose from that it’s going to warrant a week-long stay in bed. Really well-deserved.

An OPM icon’s good-bye

Posted on March 11, 2019

OPM mourns at the loss of one of the members of the Filipino iconic band, Razorback in an apparent suicide.

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