Pearl's Pride and Glory: First Philippine Republic Day

Posted on January 23, 2022

The Philippines, being the Pearl of the Orient Seas, has a bountiful history from all the events that happened in the past, the events of today, as well as the occurrences of tomorrow. It withstood numerous difficulties that made it a glorious nation presently. One of which is the First Philippine Republic Day; it embeds a true sense of pride in every Filipino.

Stand-up Comedy Culture with The KoolPals

Posted on November 29, 2021

With Bonifacio day coming close to honor the Father of Revolution, it is also the day where Comedy Manila shows that Stand up comics are revolutionizing Philippine comedy.

To the Unsung Heroes in Our Screens

Posted on October 05, 2021

Trese: From comic pages to the big screen

Posted on July 15, 2021

Trese is a Filipino anime-inspired series that is currently streaming on Netflix. It originated from a comic book series with the same title and was created by writer Budjette Tan and illustrator Kajo Baldisimo way back in 2005.

Change is purple

Posted on June 22, 2021

Without a doubt, K-pop has made its way to mainstream media, our playlists, and even to our hearts. Different groups and artists have become the “face” of K-pop. With a myriad of names that put the genre on the map, one of the names that stand out is BTS.

Join the 18th Muralla Literary Portfolio of The LANCE!

Posted on April 11, 2021

With all that has happened in the preceding year, it is only right that we sit down and listen to each other’s stories from 2020, whether they are stories of triumph, narratives of personal struggle, or just the overall human experience in what can only be regarded as a unique set of three hundred and sixty-five days.

Free tutorials on journalism and TV reporting with Kara David

Posted on January 17, 2021

The multi-awarded and veteran broadcast journalist Kara David, known for her critical documentaries like “Silong”, “Buto’t Balat”, and “Alkansya”, posted her first tutorial video on YouTube about the basics of writing for TV. 

Aboriginals: the unseen and the unheard

Posted on October 27, 2020

Native attires, unusual and unique languages, colorful garments, important rituals, spiritual beliefs, utilizing special economic, social, and political systems, agriculture, and many more; these are some of the spectacular things our fellow Filipino indigenous communities are known for. The month of October is especially dedicated to honor them. After all, their contribution to the country is one that is vital to the nation’s identity and one that should not go unnoticed.

Who is Mitch?

Posted on September 09, 2020

The student council election is officially over. For this academic year, we have a new batch of student council officers. Now, let’s get to know a little bit about our new Letran Student Council (LSC) President. Who is Mitch Costales?

Lloyd Cadena: More than a vlogger

Posted on September 07, 2020

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