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Carrasco: She Is Not You
Lorebina C. Carrasco
/ from November 21, 2020
AHH...that woman...that incredibly fabulous woman with her adorable fashion sense and taste. She is quite a head-turner in her posts. That seemingly perfect smile, perfect glowing skin and perfect proportions. Then your mind started to wander as you wonder what it would take and how much it would take to ...
Latip-Yusoph: DevCom promotes Peace in Mindanao
/ from October 17, 2020
LONG before the Marawi Siege, the former Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (Armm) was infested with war-driven elements, both by those who want to fight for their rights and those who have other personal motives. In some parts of Mindanao, the Lumads are always subject to ridicule and they do ...
Latip-Yusoph: Education amidst Pandemic
/ from October 16, 2020
EDUCATION these days have become more demanding than ever. The effect of this pandemic has forced us to leap five years forward without us noticing it. Teachers in the universities have to hasten their learnings to embrace the new normal and blended learning approaches. While teachers in the elementary and ...
Carrasco: Heart that hurts
/ from August 22, 2020
"I WISH I could hurt you the way you hurt me. But I know that if I had the chance I wouldn't do it."Life is often an exhilarating ride of emotions. It is a colorful array of events filled with overwhelming feelings. Some days you could be on cloud nine, ...
Latip-Yusoph: Google has it all, Ate Glo has none!
/ from August 11, 2020
THIS current pandemic has forced almost everything and everyone to online world. Vloggers, TikTokers, online sellers and online chat rooms have grown exponentially for this reason. This did not excuse the academic life of everyone. While distance learning have existed through time, it cannot be denied that the present situation ...
Carrasco: What Would You Do
/ from July 02, 2020
WHENEVER and wherever I am at the lowest points in my life I would always ask this question “What would you do?” This question would calm my nerves and soothe my senses as I try to figure out what are the circumstances which led to a certain situation I am ...
Carrasco: Hard hobbies to break
/ from June 27, 2020
WE ALL have habits and hobbies in life. Some of them we have outgrown for a while and suddenly, we just found ourselves returning to it. I guess these are hard habits and hobbies to break. Relatively, as we try to acquire ne habits and shed old ones, we also ...
Cuevas-Rañada: Old ways in the new normal
Ms. Doreen Cuevas-Rañada
/ from June 17, 2020
DURING the height of Covid-19 pandemic, the creative minds and survival instincts of Kagay-anons went in full throttle as those in lockdown took advantage of the use of social media, creating a community of like-minded individuals who are willing to trade anything and everything that someone may have never thought ...
Bauya: THE FOE
/ from June 17, 2020
MEDIA is dubbed as the 4th estate. The watchdog that checks the government, institutions, and organizations for any abusive and illegal acts. It holds people in power accountable. Hence, its role in a democratic society is fundamental and essential.Press freedom steams from the principle of freedom of expression which is ...
Carrasco: A getaway with the Gateway
/ from June 13, 2020
WHO would not long for some getaway these days? For three months now, we have witnessed the devastating effects brought about by this pandemic. It's in our newsfeed...it's on TV..we are hearing it on radio...it's in our workplace...and even when you get to spend a real, nice time with the ...