A MAN drums his fingers on a cardboard box, held shut with twine, which takes up the seat beside him on a flight from Boston to Washington, D.C. “Must be precious cargo,” a flight attendant tells him.
HAVING survived the longest week of our lives as graduate students, the four of us sat down for the first time that day to catch up with breathing and ostensibly enter nirvana by way of pasta.
We ended up talking about men.
THESE troubles are not about where to print a thesis and get a toga.
WE, various faith-based organizations from the Catholic, evangelical and protestant communities have come together to strongly oppose consolidated House Bill No.
TOMORROW marks the start of Holy Week.
IF you ask me what my biggest challenge is in aging, I have to say—forgetting. It seems silly and inconsequential until you experience the chaos it brings to your otherwise ordered life.
IF NOT for my health condition, there would be no reason for me to complain over the poor or lack of jeepney service along the route to and from Maria Basa here in Baguio.
LET me share with you excerpts of a speech I delivered yesterday at Camp John Hay on the empowerment of women:
March has been declared National Women’s Month.
What month is National Men’s Month? (None)
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