OPINION

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How to survive election season in one piece

We all have different political beliefs. Some of us just happen to be bound by blood or bond to people on different areas of the spectrum

More than politicians, we need public servants in office

Politicians in the Philippine political arena are a dime a dozen. Who we need to elect are public servants

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DepEd to stop ‘online kopyahan’ with PNP, parents, and more work for teachers?

Online cheating, the education department said, has been a problem even before the pandemic. Now, it says it is exhausting all means to combat it, some at the expense of teachers

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Manila is apparently the 2nd best city in the world for sleeping. Seriously? How?

As if this “study” can get any more dubious, it’s based on tweets. As if we Filipinos tweet about stressful nights as religiously as we do about earthquakes

An open letter to students struggling with trauma caused by the faulty education system

Disclaimer: This was written not to antagonize educators, but solely to validate the feelings of students struggling with educational trauma

OPINION: The PNP says there won’t be reforms. It’s true—it needs a complete overhaul

Our moment of reckoning is over. It’s time for action

What’s so toxic about toxic positivity?

“Good vibes only” is a problematic catchphrase that only serves to hide the reality of an issue instead of solving it

How disinformation is a major symptom of a sick democracy

As dirty tactics evolve between election seasons, more is at stake other than which candidate wins

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Why is our national language Tagalog-centric?

It is not far-fetched to think that even the formation of a national language based on Tagalog can be a symptom of this internal colonialism. However, accusing Manila is simplistic, writes Ateneo de Manila University professor Gary Devilles, PhD.