By Vincen Gregory Yu
Three years ago, Philippine Educational Theater Association (Peta) put on a show that aimed to make Shakespeare more accessible to the Filipino youth by transplanting the Bard’s dated English to the hip language of rap. The play was “William,” and it was a gamble that handsomely paid off, in both the pedagogical and theatrical sense.
By Mervin Jay R. Fernando; Contributor; San Beda Manila Class of 2009
The San Beda Red Lions scored another historic feat by capturing their fifth consecutive crown in the 90th season of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) men’s basketball seniors division.
By Ruth L. Navarra
You can’t help mentioning history when you talk about the National University Bulldogs’ winning their second UAAP men’s basketball championship title.
By Raoul J. Chee Kee
The tide has turned to the other side of the smartphone wars. Until recently, smaller and thinner handsets were prized by technophiles. Now, however, bigger is once again better.