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Monthly Archives: September 2016

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#WalangPasok – Class suspensions for September 28 2016

(Updates, 6:30 AM) Typhoon “Helen” (international name “Megi”) may already be on its way out of the Philippine area of responsibility or PAR, but it continues to enhance the southwest monsoon or habagat which in turn causes occassional heavy rains in many provinces in the

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Habang pababa ako sa footbridge ng UP Ayala Technohub kahapon, nakita ko ang isang matandang babae na namamalimos at may dalang bag na puno ng mga plastik na bote. Malakas ang ulan kaya hindi pa muna ako sumakay pauwi. Dahil dito, nagkaroon ako ng pagkakataon

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De Lima blames Duterte for her ouster as Senate justice committee chair

Senator Leila de Lima was unceremoniously ousted as the Chair of the Senate Justice Committee Monday night. De Lima’s removal came after fellow neophyte Senator Manny Pacquiao filed a motion that her position be declared vacant. Sixteen senators approved the move. Only four of her

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Briones: DepEd to continue prioritizing college profs in hiring senior high school teachers

Department of Education Secretary Leonor Briones once again reiterated that the country’s public school system desperately needs more teachers especially for science and math-related subjects. Speaking during a recent budget hearing before the House of representatives, Briones said that DepEd is ready to hire 30,000


PART I – Seven reasons Marcos should never be given a heroes burial

The country is so politically polarized nowadays that you can’t express anti-Marcos sentiments without being tagged as pro-Aquino (aka “yellowtard”) and vice versa. Is it not possible to see that both camps have their respective virtues and flaws? Cause you know, the world does not exist