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Written by Talia ArañaEdited by Anna DivinagraciaGraphics by Trasy Ipapo “Listen to the scientists.” It’s a phrase we hear often — too often, in fact. Why? “The Philippines ought to invest in research. We should realize that science-based solutions are more reliable and effective, especially in global threats such as a pandemic,” said J-Ann Marie Lego, a Science Research Specialist from the National Institute for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology at the University… Read More

Written by Anna DivinagraciaEdited by Dona MarabeGraphics by Xixi Tankiamco This article contains strong language, sexual content, graphic narratives, and other themes that may not be suitable for younger audiences. Kindly read at your own discretion. What radicalized you? What experiences in your life made you think? Which moment changed you?

Written by Anna Divinagracia Edited by Liv Licardo Fake news, a current ‘trend‘ and problem, is spreading faster than the coronavirus this quarantine season. In these dire times, some netizens and political figures have been taking advantage of the circumstances to spread fake news to the public. From superfoods advertised as cures to ingesting disinfectants to deplete the effects of the virus, news that seem plausible – and some that hardly do – are taking… Read More

Written by Charmaine Espinueva Wi-Teach is one of the community development initiatives of WiTech that aims to TIE: to Teach, Inspire and Engage with students through sustainable outreach, education and empowerment. The first leg of the WiTeach initiative was launched last August 2-4, 2018 at Marawi City. Students and teachers of the Mindanao State University – University Training Center were taught how to code after computer modules and laptops were donated by… Read More

Written by: Gwendolyn Ang Interview by: Audrey Pe, Cebo Cruz, Annika Gozum

Written by: Isaac Lim

Written By: Isabelle Antaran

Written by: Gwendolyn Ang

Written by: Gwendolyn Ang 

Written by: Patricia Campos