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Put a finger down if you're one of the ~many~ people who play the same set of songs all day, every day. But if you need new music recommendations to add to your study playlist, we've got homegrown musicians outside the metro that ...
 
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Need some inspo for your own intro?
You know the drill during the first day of classes: You'll have to introduce yourself to your professor and the rest of your classmates and mention your hobbies and interests. Now that classes are online, though, even self-introductions are done virtually.Some professors ...
 
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Ever wondered where your favorite stars grew up?
Metro Manila may be the hub of entertainment in the country, but other areas in the Philippines have just as much to offer to the entertainment industry. You may not know it, but some of this generation's promising stars are actually the ...
 
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They were science teachers before becoming entrepreneurs!
There are a lot of things to love about Iloilo, so much so that it was dubbed the Wakanda of the Philippines thanks to how they've been handling the COVID-19 pandemic. And while the LGUs definitely played a part, similar to Wakanda, Iloilo is ...
 
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She couldn't attend most of her classes because of the different timezones.
Online classes aren't easy, but if there's one advantage that it gives students, it's that they can still continue with their education despite the distance. Some students, especially those who used to dorm just to attend colllege, were able to go back ...
 
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Here's to LGUs supporting and learning from one another!
The COVID-19 pandemic has redefined what Bayanihan and "kopyahan" means for Filipinos. The most important thing, as many netizens point out, is that LGUs and civilians work together and share best practices in preventing the further spread of the coronavirus and its socio-economic consequences ...
 
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Get ready to meet Nanno.
We know our readers can't get enough of K-dramas, but we also know that you occassionally enjoy recommendations for other Asian countries like these Japanese dramas on Viu or Thai movies to watch on Netflix.And if you love epic revenge themes with a side of creepy, ...
 
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From creative PPEs to procuring test kits from South Korea.
We've seen how local governments have stepped up in their efforts to help people during this pandemic, but one city in the Visayas seemed to be getting plenty of online attention thanks to their initiatives to curb the spread of the disease ...
 
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AdDU has also set up computer loans with easy payment schemes for other students who might need access to laptops, desktops, or tablets for online classes.
The summer semester for Ateneo de Davao University (AdDU) is set to begin in April. But given the COVID-19 situation of the country, university activities—from enrolment to classes—have shifted to online platforms.Enrolment for Summer 2020 is done online through the Student Information System ...
 
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Breech Asher Harani reminds us that you don't need a massive following to find success.
In a world where Instagram is the new Linkedin—for some industries at least—many young artists often feel pressured to grow their following apart from improving their craft. And while the socmed platform has definitely helped a lot of artists gain exposure and ...
 
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It's their way of helping out frontliners.
There are a lot of reasons Iloilo City has been dubbed the “Wakanda of the Philippines.” The city pushed for a COVID-19 testing facility early on, (the Western Visayas Medical Center was accredited on April 6), local businessmen pooled together to purchase ...
 
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The Davao City Police Office (DCPO) has also set up 22 checkpoints in the city.
As the number of COVID-19 cases inch closer to 100 in Davao City, certain areas have been divided into district clusters, limiting the movement of food and medicine (FM) pass holders to essential establishments within their cluster. These stricter measures are in place ...
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