Articles By
Nathaniel Sierras
An education: Why dropping out of school is the best decision you can make
Feature Shookt // April 1, 2017

For centuries, human beings have insisted on the absolute importance of success. This, unfortunately, is unmatched only by an insipid fixation on the idea that academic achievement, or, for that matter–education in general–is the only way to attain success. As a result of this pathetic tendency, creative pursuits have been pushed aside and ingenious ideas…


A look at Marvel’s Operation Diversity (featuring Darna, other global heroes)
Feature // April 1, 2016

In a move that surprised many industry heavyweights and netizens worldwide, Marvel Studios recently launched Phase 2.5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Alternatively known as Operation Diversity, the seemingly “comics-based” move is a chance for the legendary superhero movie studio to flex its global logistics and casting muscle to spread the power of Hollywood diversity…


An ID-entity crisis
April 24, 2015

It looks like students will have to start wearing their IDs soon, because lanyards and ID laces are back in season! Well, in De La Salle University anyway. Worried that the new ID Policy takes away from the OOTDs you’ve spent so long to put together? Scared that that icky, tacky lanyard’s going to ruin…


I-Pop revolution
Vignette // April 28, 2014

From the obscure to the most mainstream of acts, Filipinos are getting the hang of jamming to their tunes while watching their favorite artists shake and shimmy onstage.