EDITORIAL: We Deserve Better

Posted on February 17, 2018

The main functions of a political party, regardless if it is on the level of state or a country, or on the level of student politics is to aggregate, articulate, and advocate.

Bringing back Pinoy roots

Posted on December 16, 2017

Manny Pacquiao has again forayed into the country’s basketball scene as he introduces the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL).

Coming of Age

Posted on December 16, 2017

An account of a missed transport strike and nearly three hours of Blade Runner 2049

How have you been, Apo Whang Od?

Posted on December 16, 2017

Whang-od Oggay from Buscalan Tinglaya, Kalinga, is the last and the oldest mambabatok of the Philippines, the 100 year old artist has been serving since the age of 15 as a part of the village’s cultural practice of tattooing men who successfully killed infiltrators and women who wish to flaunt their beauty and wealth.

Semicolon Movement

Posted on December 16, 2017

Last October 5, 2017, actor, tv host, and comedian Joey de Leon’s comment about depression went viral and in spite of being known as a comedian, netizens were disgusted by his ‘ignorance.’

Trying too hard

Posted on December 16, 2017

Whenever I stumble upon someone in our generation trying too hard to look the part, I can’t help but feel we’re doomed. Well because each time I see one, it just adds up to the long list of those who do.


Posted on December 16, 2017

This month, I decided to write something not even describable as an opinion piece. This is nothing special – a plain writing, a simple storytelling.

EDITORIAL: The Price of Brotherhood

Posted on December 16, 2017

Sundays are supposed to be peaceful and full of reverence; a day when families should bond and convene before a long week ahead. But on the dawn of September 17, Sunday, the Castillo family wept and grieved for the death of one family member.

‘Fools say grace after meal’

Posted on December 16, 2017

This is the on-going supper of the educated, the Marcos-allies, and Marcos himself.

A change for the better

Posted on November 06, 2017

The aim of the annual Letramurals has always been about promoting camaraderie among students and teams. For its entire existence, the yearly event has undoubtedly given us Letranites an outlet to showcase our devotion to sports, whether we’re participants in the games or simply spectators. Another aim is to promote teamwork within our respective clusters and build student-interaction with others. This means character build-up and peer-to-peer relationship is constantly being improved in the events as well.

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