Friday, February 26, 2021
Subscribe to newsletter
Subscribe to e-paper
CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
1 - 10 From 100 Result
Velez: The pandemic 365 days later
IT HAS been a year already since coronavirus struck our country. The first recorded case was on January 30, 2020, from a woman who flew straight from ground zero Wuhan. Ganoon tayo ka-close, or rather open arms to China. The ...
From 13 days ago
Velez: Why the lack of trust on the vaccine?
ISN'T it everyone's wish this 2021 for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) to go away so we can resume our lives? So why is there a lot of talk about not trusting the vaccines that are set to be rolled out ...
From 37 days ago
Velez: More injustice in Dacera case
THE death of flight attendant and UP Mindanao alumna Christine Dacera gave us a sense of collective grief. But when police turned this into a rape-slay probe and the media played up this angle, our emotions went through a roller ...
From 48 days ago
Velez: Matrix decoded/weapon of choice
WHEN President Rodrigo Duterte ranted about taking down Facebook for taking down his "advocacy" accounts, I can't help but imagine this was like the Matrix in a twisted sort of way.It depends on how you see it. The DDS will ...
From 147 days ago
Velez: Films to learn about Marcoses and post-EDSa
As the pandemic hits, people have tuned in more to online movies to have a fix of entertainment or escape.But for these filmmakers, Daang Dokyu, this also serves as a time for remembering and reckoning.This week, they are extending their ...
From 156 days ago
Velez: Honoring my teachers, the Martial Law survivors
RECENTLY, Congress has decided to honor Ferdinand Marcos, deposed president and dictator, by declaring his birthday as a holiday in his hometown.You may have read reactions from Martial Law survivors on news and social media about their stories of detention ...
From 170 days ago
Velez: Indigenous month review
AUGUST was the indigenous people's month. But as it was before, there is not much cause for celebration this year.And I'm not talking here about the canceled events of Kadayawan, Kaamulan or other festivals in the cities in Mindanao that ...
From 177 days ago
Velez: What it means to lose ABS-CBN
EVEN in Duterte's Davao City, ABS-CBN is, was, the number one station.If you step into a taxi, the cab's radio is most likely tuned into dxAB, where you hear public service around the clock, and those commentators that rib you ...
From 181 days ago
Velez: RevGov without the people
THAT call for "RevGov" from the Duterte allies reminded me that this week was the anniversaries of the Cry of Pugad Lawin on August 23 and Cry of Balintawak on August 26. Those were dates that sparked the Revolution for ...
From 184 days ago
Velez: Chronicle of deaths unfold
MONDAY, and death was all over the news.First was the rumor that the President was gravely ill in Davao and might have flown out of the country the night before.The rumor persisted and fueled when the usually glib foreign affairs ...
From 191 days ago