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Chacapna: The rise and fall of the Bocatots (Part 1)
NEVER wonder what the title implies, you may later know what it means. Given that dual meaning or dual reference depending on how the reader will grasp it. Or in short, how one will comprehend and in what dimension. In ...
From 6 days ago
Chacapna: Amangyen, Bautista etc.: Pro-teacher politicians’ epilogue
SOMEONE told me that copies of this paper last Saturday have been bought by the bulk as reported by newsstand sellers in Baguio. Limited or no copies also were in Bontoc, the capital of Mt. Province.Unusual it seems, so I ...
From 13 days ago
Chacapna: Amangyen: Pro-teacher politicians (part three)
NO LAVISH mansions to display, no expensive cars to drive, except his private pick-up truck intended for social services, and unlike the typical politicians who are fond of posh outfits, he goes around to his constituent wearing only slippers and ...
From 20 days ago
Magalong: Pro teacher politicians, part two
MY FIRST word - this column endorses all mayoralty candidates.Previously, I gave my email address to local candidates. That was for them, to share sentiments on how to make the life of both public and private school teachers better – ...
From 27 days ago
Chacapna: Pro teacher politicians (Part one)
AGAIN, the saga of teacher Tony will be set aside for the meantime until after the midterm elections.Majority of the column readers, mostly private and public school teachers in Baguio City and nearby provinces, wanted to read something about how ...
From 41 days ago
Chacapna: Graft in public schools, part 6
BEFORE the saga of Teacher Tony continues, let me insert events that have come to light, days ago in the frontage but outside, the gate of Baguio City National High School. Some members of the party-list Alliance of Concerned Teachers ...
From 48 days ago
Chacapna: Graft in public schools (Part five)
AND IN what way does this “AlaZuMa” mafia are lording the public employment of teachers in the city over and over, Tony asked? Then Sam replied: well, I had been in this division for a long time and I noticed ...
From 55 days ago
Chacapna: Graft in public schools, part four
INSPIRED by homilies as the days befallen, Tony came to realize he has forgotten the honor roll melee, and for his last year in high school, has shifted his interest in bible verses. Assignment and school works were given lesser ...
From 62 days ago
Chacapna: Graft in public schools (Part 3)
THE priest then reminded Tony to frequently hear homilies from various religions because these are the means of acquiring Knowledge. Curious, Tony went to church, only for the homily.As he sat down in the bench, he heard the priest say: ...
From 69 days ago
Chacapna: Graft in public Schools (Part 2)
TONY decided to meet with the principal, but on second thought, refused to do so, since the principal is the chairman of the honor committee. So he appealed the matter to Father Bong - the parish priest. The priest thinking ...
From 76 days ago