Editor Column


  Two years ago, the honors dormitory was still a plan. The idea was to open the gates of Silliman education to the best and brightest young minds who are unable to afford board and lodging. Today, the Rolando Villanueva del Carmen Hall opens its doors to eight scholars in pursuit of their [READ MORE]

Almost There

  There is something about celebrations that draw everyone together. May it be the good food, positive vibe or the essence of festivity, celebrations just bring out the best in everyone. In Filipino culture, we tend to go out of our way and be extremely extravagant when it comes to parties. [READ MORE]

Human lives

In his 2018 State of the Nation Address (SONA), President Rodrigo Duterte reiterated several policies to be implemented and legislations to strengthen for the rest of his term. But where do we draw the line between what’s justifiable and unjustifiable? Is the government’s concern towards a [READ MORE]

Collective Movements

Only this month, people were surprised to hear that a newly drafted federal constitution was unanimously approved by the Consultative Committee (Con-Com), ready to be submitted to the President. Some were even surprised there was a draft constitution in the first place. This revision of the 1987 [READ MORE]

Long live, tWS

As editors and writers for a weekly campus press, we are prompted with two options: to sleep or to write and edit. We choose (and practice) the latter and we have published weekly without fail. And now this is our 25th and last issue. We never chose the first option because if we did, it would not [READ MORE]