The World’s Richest Man: The Future for Sustainability?

By John Macklien Olandag | January 27, 2021 Sustainability, Daniel Christian Wahl wrote, refers to sustaining the underlying pattern of health, resilience, and adaptability that maintain this planet in a condition where life as a whole can flourish. What Wahl had defined is what people often [READ MORE]

If Anything Happens I Love You: A Movie Review

By Angel Lea Regalado | January 26, 2021 Everyday, countless lives are lost due to multiple causes. It reaches the point that each one has a story to tell about loving and losing, a story that could compare to the short film “If Anything Happens I Love You.”  Directed and written by Will [READ MORE]

#ARCHIVED: Philippine Floods

By John Macklien Olandag | January 23, 2021 Resiliency and destruction — two contrasting aspects, yet conjoined in one single event as nature does her bidding. Across time, the Philippines and its people stood on such canvas. As an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands, the Philippines stands in [READ MORE]

Left Unheard

By Diamay Klem D. Balacuit | January 20, 2021 Climate change has devastated the environment tremendously. Flash floods, droughts, extreme weather fluctuations—these are just a few of the effects. While the denizens of the developed world may not feel those directly, with some denying the said [READ MORE]


By Franciss Nikole Elli | January 19, 2021 prox·im·i·ty“nearness in space, time, or relationship.”Definition from Oxford Languages The string that holds the opposite ends for Filipinos and their loved ones abroad is the indispensable Facebook messenger. The gap between conflicting time zones [READ MORE]