By Ria Anne Rubia
We call it being the first responders to the scene. An accident gets reported, the Command Center calls it in, and the rescue team deploys. The team members arrive as the first responders to assess the damage, perform first aid, and recommend the next course of action based on protocol.
By Francisco Dipasupil Barros
Why are we so obsessed with zombies?
By Anne Calaya
This is a message for my good friend who is having perhaps the toughest time in his life.
By Kristoffer Gabriel L. Madrid
I’m sitting alone beside my little sister’s grave, looking at the sun setting with orange rays. I can feel the crisp chill blowing in from the nearby shore. The sense of tranquility is perfect. The calmness tells me that my little sister has found a new, peaceful home.
By Brian Tomas
Post college existential malaise is a real thing, and I recognize that now as I look back at the year of my own graduation and all the events (and nonevents) that subsequently transpired, now referred to by my brain as The Great Depression of 2013. I remember those feelings of hopelessness and inadequacy, of crippling self-doubt, as I watched crumble all the confidence that four years of overpriced education had built. It’s not great.