HEADLINES

Editorial

Bleached Bloodstains

Vol. XCI No. 8 Oct. 4, 2019 Colonel Allen Rae Co, Baguio City Police Office chief, updated the chronology, from two weeks ago, of the late Cadet Fourth Class Darwin Dormitorio hazing last September 30. The update was a probe into the plebe’s life that revealed an abused life inside the Philippine [READ MORE]

Ever Forward

Vol. XCIII No. 7 Sept. 27, 2019 September has always been seen as the doorstep towards the end of the first semester here in Silliman. Though we may be approaching the end, we will also be looking back at the pivotal event in our history that is Martial Law and look forward to the global movement [READ MORE]

#DEFENDCAMPUSPRESSFREEDOM

Vol. XCI No. 7 Sept. 13, 2019 On Aug. 28, President Duterte signed the Republic Act No.11440 entitled the National Campus Press Freedom Day Act. The copy of the law was released publicly on Sept. 10. Many assume that it was used by the Duterte administration to fend off accusations of intimidating [READ MORE]

Rückkehrunruhe? Kenopsia? Silliman.

Vol. XCI No. 6 Sept. 6, 2019 When thinking of Hibalag, we immediately go to the idea of spending time with friends, family, or batchmates that you haven’t seen in a while since graduation or the last reunion. The soul of the Hibalag festival is the concept of “pagtapok” which means that the [READ MORE]

Editor’s Note for the Hibalag Special Issue

Vol. XCI No. 5 Aug. 28, 2019 A few days on and the withdrawal begins. The 118th Founders Day celebration has long since ended but the experiences and events that transpired will forever be burned into memory for years to come. Through efforts that resulted in frustration and those events that left [READ MORE]