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Let bigots be bigots

Well, offices, for most students, are terrifying lairs of poker faces. And personnel, working, are doing a great job maintaining this (routinely plain) boring aura inside these unreceptive horror chambers. I have to say, the unique fairness of these people are too unreasonable it makes my brain cringe. Seemingly but not absolutely, following slow inconvenient …

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Coping with the challenge

We have always been struggling with the challenge of transforming ourselves into globally competitive individuals the moment we step into the pylons of Negros Oriental State University. While the government is trying its best to cope up with the demands of its people, we must also take the step to work on the best version …

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CPP-NPA going full revisionist?

President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has definitely made ripples when he announced that he is giving the Lefts the opportunity to head four Cabinet posts: Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), and Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). This move has obviously been well-received …

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The Beginning

This time of the year has come again, when we need to say goodbye to the days battling the scorching heat of the sun, working hard for our on-the-job trainings and summer jobs, studying for our summer classes, doing the house chores, or tanning and enjoying the beaches. We are getting back to opening our …

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On Media Killings

I am pro-federalism as well as pro-change, but I am against actions perpetuating death without due process. If you would think of it, the analogy implied by the president-elect during his first press statement about media’s fraud practices in disseminating information and how death is due for them is something “crusaders,” as what he calls …

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