Without Batting An EyelashBy Maurice Arcache
Without batting an eyelash I accepted an invite to the Bulwagan ng Karunungan of the Department of Education for the fourth anniversary of Fortune Life Insurance’s Gintong Parangal para sa Literatura at Edukasyon awards, a program seeking to “impart good moral values to the youth,” according to the insurance firm’s drumbeaters.
By Mikaella Evaristo
The world of the youth is comprised mainly of the individual and his or her needs, such as education, family, friends and other necessities.
By Pam Pastor
I was in high school when I was diagnosed. At first my family refused to believe me, saying it was just teenage angst or the result of puberty.
By Cathy Yamsuan
Ramon, Paulo and Josie are three of the 52 recent graduates of Escuela Taller (Escuela), the conservation and restoration workshop for underprivileged youth sponsored by the Spanish government; they finished 18 months of training on masonry, carpentry, painting, plumbing and electrical and metal works.
With school opening comes stress caused by never ending homeworks, projects and exams. And the first to feel the pressure is your young skin as it absorbs or rather breaks out into dreaded acne.