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Editorial

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]

Pride and Prejudice

Vol. XCI No. 4 Recently, another issue in relation to the LGBTQ+ co­munity surfaced after a Trans woman was harassed for using the ladies’ toilet of a mall in Quezon City. More­over, the person involved was handcuffed and detained due to unjust vexation filed by the mall itself. However, [READ MORE]

False Consciousness

Vol. XCI No. 3 — Aug. 14, 2019 Silliman University has remained undeterred in its goal to create a safe and secure environment for students and its constituents. After the speedbumps that the university has endured, it is time to drive past the curve and gain momentum as a whole to celebrate the [READ MORE]

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Vol. XCI No. 2 — Aug. 7, 2019 Silliman is in a better place a week after the bomb threats. The Administration and the Student Government have taken measures to keep everyone safe, but everyone wants concrete and swift results. The initiatives are promising, but this week only came with even more [READ MORE]