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E-Numan: A Cafe Humanisté Amid Crisis

By Javan Poblador / December 16, 2020

E-Numan: A Cafe Humanisté Amid Crisis by  Donna T. Darantinao Dumaguete City   Indeed, time constantly pushes humankind to evolve into every bit of its potential we wish we could have reached in the past. Although humanism has since existence during the 13th and 14th centuries, we can never deny that it has become more […]

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Keeping the Ball Rolling

By Javan Poblador / October 29, 2020

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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Contagious Superstitions

By Javan Poblador / August 24, 2020

Contagious Superstitions by Glemir Sordilla Bacolod City   As a pungent smell from a tiny insect engulfed our small living room, we already know what we will hear. A groan from my grandmother can be heard following with her statement, that we have heard countless times, “Ara na ang baho ka changaw. May aswang gid […]

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My Disaster Survival Kit

By Javan Poblador / August 21, 2020

My Disaster Survival Kit by Shawn Evans V. Quiming Malolos City, Bulacan   How well prepared are you for a disaster? Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you our survival kit. This was prepared by my cousin two years ago. It contains all the basic supplies to help us in case an emergency happens. […]

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My Mama: How I First Learned Humanism

By Javan Poblador / August 15, 2020

My Mama: How I First Learned Humanism by Shawn Evans V. Quiming Malolos City, Bulacan   She can be funny, witty, strict, childish, and sometimes she acts like my age. That’s my mom. Whenever we are having a mom and child time, she always reminds me about being a good person. To treat other people […]

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You Haven’t Met Me Yet: HAPI Scholars Edition

By Javan Poblador / August 13, 2020

You Haven’t Met Me Yet: HAPI Scholars Edition by Donna T. Darantinao Dumaguete City   “It’s like all my life everyone’s told me, “You’re a shoe! You’re a shoe! You’re a shoe!” Well, what if I don’t want to be a shoe? What if I wanna be a purse or a hat? No, I don’t […]

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3 Misconceptions in Raising an Unschooled, Secular Child

By Javan Poblador / August 9, 2020

3 Misconceptions in Raising an Unschooled, Secular Child by Jong Poblador Dumaguete City   He turned 12 last June. He makes the best oatmeal cookies, talks to his imaginary friend named Fred, crazy hooked on Internet memes…and oh, he’s got long hair (way up to his waist!). His name is Jad, he is un-schooled and […]

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How Activism Helped Me Excel in My Studies

By Javan Poblador / August 2, 2020

How Activism Helped Me Excel in My Studies by Joshua Villalobos Bacolod City   “Mag-aral nalang kayo!” That’s the immediate response of people who are either against the cause you are fighting for or just hate to see people who are strong enough to stand their grounds and fight for what they believe is right. […]

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Finding an Excuse for Racism #BlackLivesMatter

By Javan Poblador / June 21, 2020

Finding an Excuse for Racism #BlackLivesMatter Written by Donna T. Darantinao Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental   As one is born into a specific culture, it is automatically presumed that he or she is to follow its requisites in order to be accepted through and through in every aspect. Of course, in these said cultures, we […]

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Plastic-Free and Sustainable Market? Local City Shows Us How It’s Done

By Javan Poblador / June 18, 2020

Plastic-Free and Sustainable Market? San Fernando City La Union Shows Us How It’s Done By Steven A. Angelo and Christa I. De La Cruz San Fernando City, La Union   The usage of plastic bags has caused both convenience and inconvenience in our daily lives. It caused environmental hazards as most plastic bags do. The […]

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