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[YOUTH SPEAK] Dealing with Political Fanaticism

If there is one thing Filipinos are known for when it comes to politics, it is their propensity to self-sabotage. Case in point,...

#PUPIkalmaMo: Heed the Call of the Scholars of PUP

The collective sentiment and plea of the Iskolars of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines during their social media protest last March 13 to...

POLITIXXX Profiler: Amanda Gorman and The Hill She Climbs

On two significant occasions in the United States this year (The Presidential Inauguration and Super Bowl), a rising young woman in the name of...

Conversations with a social media content creator: Cleo Loque

With the rise of content creators shaping social media, I had the opportunity to talk with one of the young starting social media content...

Love Thy Neighbor: We should pass the SOGIE Equality Bill Now!

With the SOGIE Equality Bill reaching the headlines once again, PXXXT Writer Liam Atienza talks about the reasons why the passing of the bill is long overdue in protecting the rights of the people from the LGBTQIA+ Community.

Education should lead to freedom

A rough characterization of the free spirit might be "live, and let live". A friend would always remind me that it would be illiberal...

#YouthSpeak How does the Philippine government compensate medical frontliners?

Ever since the Philippine government declared that the whole Luzon was under Enhanced Community Quarantine, there are modern day heroes risking their lives just...

#Youngpreneur How to build your own small business during the pandemic

“Try ko kaya magtayo ng sarili kong business.”  These were the words that people around the country, along with myself, uttered as they played around with the idea of building their own...

#YouthSpeak How freedom leads to obedience?

We often think that our obedience leads to freedom. We might have had firsthand experience of this, for instance, when we obeyed our parents...

The life and times of Ferdinand Marcos

September 11, 1917. Ferdinand Edralin Marcos is born in Sarrat, Ilocos Norte to Mariano Marcos, a lawyer-politician, and Josefa Edralin, a school teacher. September...

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