Editor Column


By theWeeklySillimanian | March 14, 2021 Despite the recurring health threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, the province of Negros Oriental has found its feet in the new normal– relaxing the protocols required for locals traveling to the province. In an executive order released by the Office of [READ MORE]


theWeeklySillimanian | March 6, 2021 The Philippines received its first batch of COVID-19 vaccine doses in a shipment donated by China on Sunday, a day before a national inoculation campaign was set to begin. President Rodrigo Duterte attended a ceremony to commemorate the delivery of the first [READ MORE]


theWeeklySillimanian| February 25, 2021 Today marks the 35th anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution. We are reminded of the freedom that we currently revel in, at the expense of others 35 years ago. Thus, today is not only a day to take off work but an important historical moment— [READ MORE]


theWeeklySillimanian | February 21, 2021 “The first one to respond to is the medical school because medical school and other health sciences, especially in the fourth year, really need face to face, because that’s their world whether with pandemic or not. They have to be placed in a situation [READ MORE]


theWeeklySillimanian | February 14, 2021 The Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act, more popularly known as the “child car seat law,” has been making a buzz these past few weeks as it appears to be a public ridicule for many. Philippines, the country with one of the worst COVID-19 responses and [READ MORE]