Purely PersonalBy Josephine Darang
When six prominent women formed a “circle of discernment” in response to the call of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), in no time they gathered 100 women from La Strada Parish and other parishes to attend the the talk of Archbishop Antonio Ledesma on natural family planning.
By Emma Charlton
From Marc Jacobs to Alexander Wang, star alumni of New York’s Parsons design school have long made inroads in Paris. But now the faculty is going a step further, opening a full-fledged branch in the fashion capital.
By Roy Steven Eriga
De La Salle University (DLSU) is without a doubt one of the top schools to be enrolled in when yearning for higher education.
By Irene C. Perez
“Education is a business of change.” That’s the reminder of Zenaida S. Peñafuerte, principal of Rizal Elementary School. Peñafuerte has been a principal for 25 years, and one would think she knows everything there is to know in running a school. She said experience is key, but one should always be open to change.
By Fabienne Faur
For a small but growing number of young Americans, the living room is the classroom when it comes to the “three R’s” of reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic.
By Adam Plowright
On any given day in a state primary school in India, up to one in four teachers is missing. The cost for a country that sees its young population as its ticket to superpower status is huge.
By Ronan Jay Capili
“I always mix and match. The weather, however, dictates my outfit for the day. I have to make sure na lagi akong presko.”
By Cecil Morella
Arnel Valencia felt humiliated at school when he was barred from using the language he spoke at home, part of a decades-long pattern of linguistic destruction across the Philippines.
By Eunice Beatrice Braga
, Paul Albert Palmero
It’s a sunny Saturday afternoon at a penthouse studio along the outskirts of Makati, and in between camera flashes, a group of teenagers are having the time of their lives.
By Kara Vibal Guioguio
There is nothing like the teen years—coping with youth angst aggravated by hormonal rages over the littlest things, while trying hard not to give in to peer pressure from so-called friends who are also trying to find themselves.
By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
There is nothing like the theater, and theater people, if you ask Nick J. Lizaso, executive director of the International University Theater Association (IUTA) Philippine Center, and a veteran stage actor. “People who have been in theater are different,” he said. Lizaso spoke at a recent press conference at Club Filipino, San Juan City, which [...]