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China’s West Philippine Sea
Editorial Opinion // April 1, 2018

There’s a saying to never trust the Chinese because they are so mysteriously frugal with their dealings with people, that they are hidden maneuvering puppeteers whose true intentions are only seen when the dust settles. Since the turn of the century, however, China has shown to have taken considerable steps towards international diplomacy, and it…


Ripping off band-aids
Editorial Opinion // March 31, 2017

The recent moratorium imposed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) on field trips, issued after the tragic bus accident in Tanay, Rizal about a month ago, seems like the latest in a series of band-aid solutions made in response to certain accidents or tragedies. A band-aid is a small bandage applied to a wound…


The punch line
Editorial // April 1, 2016

April Fools’ Day came early for the Philippines in the form of the second of three Commission on Elections (Comelec)-organized presidential debates, held last March 20 at the University of the Philippines – Cebu. This is the first set of Comelec debates held since 1992, and it is a wonder that there was a 24-year…


Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts take UAAP 78 centerstage
Sports News // April 24, 2015

After 77 years of multi-platformed sports, the UAAP boardmembers have announced that Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and Boxing will be a part of the annual league events. Both of these contact sports will take part in the 78th season of the UAAP, which is set to kickoff mid-2015. The announcement has opened the eyes of…


Make it count
Editorial // April 27, 2014

Elections for the positions in the University Student Government are held annually and it gives the student body a chance to be heard and instill the change that they want to see by selecting leaders who they believe can best represent them.