Linking Greats

By Junelie Anthony Velonta | Feature Writer “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” This is one of the more memorable lines of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. However, Caesar is not remembered today as a tyrant, wresting the right to govern from the [READ MORE]


by Ma. Jaya Ariola | Feature Editor   Considered as one of the most highly anticipated events in the celebration of Silliman University’s Founders Day, Mr. Hibalag aims to “being the embodiment of competence, character and faith.” Through the years, this pageant has served as an avenue [READ MORE]

Making Monsters of us all

by Junelie Anthony Velonta | Feature Writer   There is nothing as entertaining as the slaughter of the innocent. It is an age-old and proven formula. From the gladiators of classical antiquity to the endless amount of bullet fodder in the modern action genre, history constantly reminds man who [READ MORE]

72nd Miss Silliman: More than just a Pageant

Ma. Jata A. Ariola | Features Editor Miss Silliman, the longest running beauty pageant in Asia, is on its 72nd year, with 10 candidates vying not just for the title or the most coveted Sillimaniana Regalia, but for their advocacies to be heard and to be acted upon. With beauty, strength, and [READ MORE]

12 Questions with Gerard Salonga

by Jameela Mendoza | Feature Writer He is a magician on stage. Every swing of his baton summons melodies. As the music director of the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra, Gerard Salonga leads with a love for music as loud as all the instruments being played altogether. The maestro has long grown out of [READ MORE]