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Prevention is the Key

Compiled by Neil Willer S. Nobleza | Circulation Manager Vol. XCI No. 3 — Aug. 14, 2019 From a very young age, we’ve been told to wash our hands before eating or preparing food and after using the bathroom. While this is general information for hygienic reasons, many of us tend to forget doing [READ MORE]

AFRI-CA-MENU

Vol. XCI No. 2 — Aug. 7, 2019 It’s August once again and with this, the “Buwan ng Wika” celebrates the Filipino culture and heritage. Here are the notable dishes that Filipinos have learned to love, but will always take a second glance in confusion. Pork Afritada is a Filipino pork stew [READ MORE]

Prevention is the solution

Compiled by Diamay Klem D. Balacuit First Printed on Vol. XCI No. 1. July 30, 2019. The dengue fever, a mosquito-borne infection spread by a certain species of mosquito – the Aedes aegypti, has already affected almost 106, 630 people in our country starting from January to June this year. Because [READ MORE]

Charities in Dumaguete City

Compiled by Kyle B. Reyes September 5 is “International Day of Charity.” To celebrate the occasion, here are four charity organizations in Dumaguete City where you can donate to or do some volunteer work: New Life Children’s Home This orphanage based in Bacong takes in children who are [READ MORE]

Minority’s minority

By Compiled by Jameela I. Mendoza | Editor-in-Chief   Although Filipinos are familiar with known Indigenous Peoples (IPs), like tattoo artist Apo Whang Od from the Kalinga tribe and the Bajau “sea gypsies” known to be genetically adapted to diving, many IPs still remain unknown to many, [READ MORE]