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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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Youth: The Core of Humanism

By Javan Poblador | June 16, 2020

Youth: The Core of Humanism by Donna Darantinao Dumaguete City   “I did not start too young.”  It must be a popular belief that the youth is the key to the progression of this ever-changing world. From the tips of pens of martyrs and fallen heroes, they have always seen the future generation as the […]

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The Filipino Mentality

By Javan Poblador | June 14, 2020

THE FILIPINO MENTALITY By Rado Gatchalian Sydney, Australia   The word mentality derives from the root word mental, from Latin ‘mens’ which means ‘mind’. The mind is a process in our brain such as thinking, remembering, reasoning, reflecting, and all other cognitive activities. Culturally and sociologically, certain groups of people or races have specific “collective […]

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HAPI Spotlight: Dweng Bulaclac

By Shane | June 12, 2020

Shane Haro June 2020 Antique When it comes to HAPI affairs, you’ll find that Chief Financial Officer and Branding Head Edwin “Dweng” Bulaclac, Jr. is strictly no-nonsense. It says a lot that community quarantine has only sharpened his focus rather than dull it, with HAPI’s recent PPE Mobilization Drive to Benefit Frontliners and Farmers’ Relief […]

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Our New Normal

By Javan Poblador | June 10, 2020

Our New Normal by Shawn Evans V. Quiming Malolos City, Bulacan   This pandemic has truly affected our daily lives. Even a thirteen-year-old grade seven like me felt its “curse”, the classes have been canceled in all levels with no advice when it will resume again. This causes a student like me, to change my […]

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Amplifying Humanism Amid the Pandemic

By Javan Poblador | June 8, 2020

Amplifying Humanism Amid the Pandemic by Javan Lev Poblador Dumaguete City The COVID-19 pandemic has rendered the world immobile. The poor and less privileged are even pushed further to a corner. Broken health care systems are exposed. And even bodies are piling up. The country and the world are at war for something we cannot […]

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Science that Promotes Secularism

By Javan Poblador | June 5, 2020

Science that Promotes Secularism by Junelie Anthony Velonta Dumaguete City   Science is a gateway to many amazing things. From the days of the ancient Greeks when science was irremovable from rhetoric to the modern world combatting the Corona Virus pandemic, science has helped and is continuing to help us understand the world. For the […]

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Humanist Families in Distress: Coping Through This Pandemic Crisis

By Javan Poblador | June 3, 2020

HUMANIST FAMILIES IN DISTRESS: Coping Through This Pandemic Crisis By: Michael Julian We are all caught unprepared when the pandemic reached our country. Overwhelmed with this new way of life we started living one day at a time. I have just finished my two weeks training from my new company as a medical representative specialist […]

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World No Tobacco Day 2020

By Javan Poblador | June 1, 2020

World No Tobacco Day 2020 by Glemir Sordilla Bacolod City   Each year, the World Health Organization (WHO) sponsors World No Tobacco. This event is observed and celebrated globally on May 31 since 1987. Its purpose is to highlight the health risk that the tobacco epidemic caused along with drawing global attention to the policies […]

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