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Today, we live in a world where barely any second consideration will be granted to us.
Undoubtedly, you've seen it everywhere now. Posts on social media trying to find teenagers that have gone missing, only for those posts to soon be replaced by news of their deaths. Testimony after testimony, mothers crying over coffins, the constant shout for ...
 
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Youth SONA: Kulasas share why it's important and what it means to them.
Yesterday morning, St. Scholastica's College, Manila, in partnership with the Office of Senator Risa Hontiveros and with Millennials Against Dictators (MAD), invited students to join the Youth SONA from 8:00am -12:00 noon. It's a gathering of 1,000 young people from different backgrounds in ...
 
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In case you're wondering why #BBMNotMyVP trended on Twitter.
It all began yesterday when the hashtag #BBMNotMyVP started trending on Twitter. We were wondering what happened, and it didn't take long before we found out that the Supreme Court, sitting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), held a preliminary conference on the ...
 
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Because your body, your choice, your future.
It's easy to dismiss the ongoing issue about the TRO on birth control if you're not actually using contraceptives. But if you read through this list of things you need to know about the state of reproductive health in the Philippines, you'll ...
 
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Instead of social media rants, take your cue from this student!
In this digital age, it's easy for us to say that we're political. Using social media, we rant, retweet, and repost. We share all our thoughts—both good and bad—on how we view certain matters, how we find some politicians, and how we ...
 
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We will continue to stand because this nation knows well enough that rough times call for solidarity.
Blue over red.By default, I was taught about the color positioning of the Philippine flag at a normal state; the moment it turns upside down, the country is at war. Pretty simple if you think about it—but not when you are threatened ...
 
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Here's how you can actually help our fellow Filipinos.
Last Tuesday, our country faced one of our most challenging times this year when Marawi City, Lanao del Sur was attacked by Maute group, who are known to be sympathizers of international terrorist group ISIS. News websites have published the sides of ...
 
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We know you have questions, Candy Girls.
Last night, at around 10PM, President Rodrigo Duterte declared Martial Law over Mindanao for 60 days after a militant group attacked and attempted to take control of Marawi City, Lanao del Sur. CNN Philippines put together a video of the facts we should know about ...
 
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This is what the newly-elected president of France, Emmanuel Macron's win means for our generation.
We live in a generation that, while seemingly modern, proves itself as a time where racism, misogyny, and other forms of discrimination still exist. Case in point: when Donald Trump, anti-refugee policies and sexist remarks notwithstanding, won the US presidential elections last ...
 
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The 12-year-old went straight to the source.
It's a phone call that any parent may get.After the State of the Nation Address (SONA) last Monday, July 25, President Rodrigo Duterte hosted a private dinner at Bahay Pangarap, his official residence in the Malacañang Complex. The event was attended by ...
 
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With a Rodrigo Duterte win, meet the Philippines' new First Family.
As of this writing, incumbent mayor of Davao City Rodrigo "Digong" Duterte is leading the presidential race with 15,392,012 votes. With over six million votes more than Liberal Party's Mar Roxas who comes in at second, and with over 90 percent of election ...
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