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When Filipinos commemorate the 50th anniversary of the declaration of martial law, they not only look back to Ferdinand Marcos’ violent rule and greed for power. They remember the student movement that called him out for corruption even then, five decades ago. It was student movement that saw the signs of an impending dictatorship when…(Read More)

Some stories about climate change tell of impending doom or the coming apocalypse caused by destructive human activity or extreme weather disturbances. Others are inspiring stories of hope and collective or individual action, as communities face the effects of climate change and rethink the way they interact with the environment…(Read More)

by: Nathanielle Punay   Three hundred sixty-four employees of the Ateneo de Manila University were recognized for years of service at the 40th University Service Awards held at the High School Covered Courts on February 22. Employees who have been working in the Ateneo for 25 years and more received monetary awards and service…(Read More)

by: Nathanielle Punay “Defend! Defend! Defend Press Freedom!” This was one of the slogans chanted by students from Ateneo de Manila University’s Consortium of Publications as they gathered outside the school’s Gate 2.5 on Friday, Jan. 19. The day was marked “Black Friday” by various media groups to protest the decision of…(Read More)

by Nathanielle Punay   “Fake news” has become an alarming issue in some parts of the world, but not so in Canada, said journalism professor Kim Kierans.   Kierans, former vice president and former head of the journalism school of the University of Kings College in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, said fake news is not…(Read More)

Photos and story by: Nathanielle Punay   The School of Social Sciences of the Ateneo de Manila University held its third and final school-level talk for the semester, with the theme “Christmas Couture—Christmas Ko ‘To (Christmas Couture—This is my Christmas)” on December 13. The talk, organized by the Development Studies Program and…(Read More)

Story by: Nathanielle Punay The Loyola Schools community of the Ateneo de Manila University held its annual Panunuluyan with the theme “Buhay ang Pag-asa ng Pasko (Christmas Hope is Alive)!” at the Ateneo’s Red Brick Road on Thursday, Dec. 7. The Panunuluyan depicts the story of Jesus’ birth, when Joseph and Mary searched…(Read More)

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