It may seem that as we are met with an influx of various media forms and information, we succumb as well to the increasing amount of misinformation and acts of censorship. The fabrication of a new set of regulations may seem more fit, considering the boundaries of free will…

Features | Laurice Angeles

It was a night full of determined advocacy, protest, and electrifying music at this year’s week-long and advocacy-led UP Fair with the theme, “Awit mo’y Paglaya!” in their first night advancing #DefendPressFreedom with hosts Ron Medina and Marti Pecache through Facebook live on Monday, November 8.

Opinion | Jessant Louie Garferio

Our administrators always insist that we are currently in the “new” normal: a neo-era in the presence of COVID-19. But in the Philippine context, what does the “new” normal even entail? …


For the past year, our Filipino farmers have endured countless calamities — typhoons, the COVID-19 pandemic, and backward government policies — which left them struggling until this day to make ends meet. The Philippine agricultural sector continues to be stagnant despite its crucial role as the backbone of the…


In its third year, Fridays for Future launched a global climate strike last September 24. They enjoined different youth groups to participate in mobilizations clamoring for climate action. These groups demand one thing: intersectional climate justice. It is intersectional because it is subsumed in health, economy, culture, and socio-political…


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