By Ian Carlo M. Lositaño
When Tropical Storm “Mario” struck, I was doing what my younger self would have detested: curling up under the sheets and checking my phone for social media updates besides those relating to the weather. I was celebrating a work-free day, a month after separation from my employer of five years.
By Marrian Pio Roda Ching
There is no other name she chose to identify with. How hard is it to say her name?
By Jayson Arvene T. Mondragon
Activists are not antigovernment. If other people would take a second to listen to what activists are saying, they’d understand that if there is a group that still believes in the government, or, at the very least, to the ideal of how the government should be, it’s the “tibak.”
By Jing Paz
Basically, my story is like this: I woke up one morning and announced to the other people in the house that from that day forth, I won’t be living there anymore. They were bewildered.
By Alejandro Ibanez
We are not free. That is how I see it, and that is how I experience it. Freedom is a misapprehension, a misconstrued concept that is usually associated with the youth of today.