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.
This month, I decided to write something not even describable as an opinion piece. This is nothing special – a plain writing, a simple storytelling.
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.
This is the on-going supper of the educated, the Marcos-allies, and Marcos himself.
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.
In an impassioned review of Woody Allen’s magnum opus, ‘Hannah and Her Sisters’ (1986), Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert wrote the following passage: “We try to organize our lives according to what we have read and learned and believed in, but our plans are lost in a tumult of emotion.”
IT feeds from our fears. After the release of the movie adaptation of Stephen King’s novel IT, and a remake of the 1990 film, the classic has been a talk of the town since once again. Although horror movies are less preferred than other movie genres, we all could relate to this one.
Lyceum of the Philippines University’s school publication – The LPU Independent Sentinel currently holds no budget, editorial board, and members, making their publication completely dysfunctional.
"Millennials are self-entitled individuals," these are the words stated by Philippine Star Campus Editor-in-Charge Vberni Regalado as he, together with a roster of motivational young speakers, conducted a seminar to talk about the career path, hardships, and traits of a Filipino millennial.
With over 12,000 dead in President Rodrigo Duterte’s ‘war on drugs’, members of the House of Representatives voted in favor of a measly 1,000 peso budget for the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) for 2018. As per House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez, the CHR, which is tasked to safeguard the population from rights violations carried out by state forces, had only been serving the interests of the supposed “Yellow” opposition, at the behest of its chair in Chito Gascon.