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How Too Much Religiosity Can be Dangerous in Times of Calamities

How Too Much Religiosity Can be Dangerous in Times of Calamities

By Javan Poblador / November 14, 2020 / 0 Comments

How Too Much Religiosity Can be Dangerous in Times of Calamities by Joshua Villalobos Bacolod City   “It is their fault because they didn’t leave.” “They deserve that; They should have evacuated.”   These are the common lines of victim-blaming that circulate after a strong typhoon or a serious calamity happens. The concept of leavers […]

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ALTERING THE ALTERNATE WORLD

Altering The Alternate World

By Javan Poblador / November 9, 2020 / 0 Comments

Altering The Alternate World by Steven A. Angelo   There had been a series of stories of people in their struggle during this health crisis. Due to intensive quarantine restrictions, and lockdowns, people have longed for their reconnection to the real world: to communicate with others, have fun, party all night, take on scenic trips, […]

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HAPI Scholars’ Official Statement on Islamic Extremism in France

By Javan Poblador / November 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

HAPI Scholars’ Official Statement on Islamic Extremism in France   We, young humanists from the Philippines, join the international community in expressing our indignation towards the archaic and cruel acts of Islamic extremism in France. We denounce, in the strongest possible terms, the increasing cases of horrific murders and other horrendous acts of Islamic extremists […]

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Keeping the Ball Rolling

By Javan Poblador / October 29, 2020 / 0 Comments

Keeping the Ball Rolling by Donna T. Darantinao Dumaguete City   Travels. Food trips. Escapades. Night outs. Classes in person. We all know that the pandemic has prevented a lot of group activities we have planned even before 2020 arrived at our feet. It is similar to an entire meal being put to waste because […]

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Young Filipino Humanists Call for the Release of Mubarak Bala

By Javan Poblador / October 16, 2020 / 0 Comments

Young Filipino Humanists Call for Release of Mubarak Bala By Joshua Villalobos Bacolod City   Young humanists from all over the Philippines called for the release of outspoken atheist, Mubarak Bala, arrested because of his Facebook post. Bala was arrested on April 28 and only after 162 days after his arrest and enforced disappearance was […]

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Article Title : HAPI AROZZ KALDO FOR KIDS : IN INDAHAG

HAPI Arozz Kaldo For Kids in Indahag

By Javan Poblador / October 7, 2020 / 0 Comments

HAPI Arozz Kaldo For Kids in Indahag by Johnny L. Denden Cagayan de oro City, Misamis oriental   Food shortage and hunger are now prevalent in every corner of the world due to the Covid-19 pandemic which resulted in increasing cases of malnutrition. After 7th months of unending lockdowns and community quarantine especially in developing […]

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Plato's Allegory: Modern Perspective

Plato’s Allegory: Modern Perspective

By Javan Poblador / October 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

Plato’s Allegory: Modern Perspective by Angelo Greñas Batangas   Three years ago, I have encountered the Allegory of the Cave by Plato. There was this uncanny feeling that among all other subjects, it was during Filipino class that I encountered it. I have always considered myself an average junior high school student and  I am […]

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Trash Free Oceans: Needs More Work

By Javan Poblador / September 23, 2020 / 0 Comments

Trash Free Oceans: Needs More Work by Glemir Sordilla Bacolod City   We have already learned about the importance and the impact of our oceans back in our science classes over and over again.  From the air we breathe, one of our main sources of food, and being the home of countless diverse organisms, our […]

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Exodus as Historical Fiction

By Javan Poblador / September 12, 2020 / 0 Comments

Exodus as Historical Fiction by Junelie Anthony Velonta Dumaguete City   Upon first inspection, it would seem that the Exodus story and the Trojan War have little to no similarities to each other. The Exodus deals with the plagues set upon Egypt by the Hebrew god and the exit of the enslaved Hebrews from Egypt, […]

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The Struggle of Online Education

By Javan Poblador / September 9, 2020 / 0 Comments

The Struggle of Online Education by Joshua Villalobos Bacolod City   The COVID-19 pandemic has shoved to our throats a modality new to us – the online learning. It should be noted that there are existing effective online education programs prior to the pandemic. Among its implementer is no less than the University of the […]

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