As students of the University of the Philippines, we take pride in our alma mater when we sing UP Naming Mahal; we wave the banner of service, tradition, and excellence; we clamor for peace, for justice, for equal rights; we say that we are responsible to the Filipino people. Big words. We bite much more than … Continue reading Service, Tradition, or Excellence: What went wrong?
I once tried keeping my phone and laptop hidden for at least twenty-four hours. Epic fail. Ten hours (excluding sleeping hours) is the maximum time I successfully resisted from the urge of checking my Facebook notifications. You try it yourself and see if you can do better. So why did I do it, you ask. … Continue reading Stripping Off
I recently read an article on Rappler.com that sparked my curiosity. It was about the proposal of the Department of Energy and Natural Resources (DENR) to require sidewalks and bike lanes in all roads. What implications would this have if it were to be approved then implemented? I have a few things in mind. Proper construction … Continue reading Share the Road Movement