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Why political parties are becoming more senseless

Unlike the conventional common stereotype of politicians in the country, student leaders are seen less cynical in the political arena. Even in the political parties, politicians are highly demeaned as criticisms like trapo, biased, and gasgas go overboard, while the masses continue the outcry for more mechanisms to change these frustrating acts …

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Overshadowing advocacies: Downside of the Intrams pageant

Things have changed in the celebration of the yearly-awaited Ateneo Fiesta. Aside from the integration of the school’s Intramurals or mostly known as Palarong Atenista, events such as the Search for the Ateneo Intramurals Ambassadors were included to make the celebration more diverse, inclusive and representative of the different divisions. …

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The ‘fuccboi agenda’

    You’re in cafeteria innocently eating your lunch when you notice a group of five men gathered together on a single table, engaging in a conversation inaudible to you. Suddenly, you are drawn to the man in the middle. Sporting an undercut, his strong perfume dominates your senses, and …

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Steps to getting Microsoft Office 365 for free

For those who haven’t grabbed the free Microsoft Office 365 yet, you’re missing out on a lot. Everyone who has an addu.edu.ph email, may you be a student, an administrator or a professor, can avail of the free copies of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, and Access. It …

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Defeating the real bully

In the classic book Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Friedrich Nietzsche, a well-respected figure in the world of Philosophy, wrote one of the most profound quotes in literary history: “…the worst enemy you can meet will always be yourself.” In a few words, he has captured one of the biggest flaws of …

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Being the Atenean

This article was first published in Atenews’s transition issue, A.Y. 2013-2014. “I’ve always thought academics were everything about college life until I got to see the bigger picture.” Most freshmen’s first thoughts as they take their first steps in the university are whether or not they could survive the courses …

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Same-sex: how accepting are we?

Picture a teenage couple holding each other’s hands, sitting on the same bench in the campus, digging deep into each other’s eyes. A cliché. You can simply pass by this pair of individuals and seem to notice nothing because of its usualness. But what if both of them are male? …

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FAM-I-LY

Dinnertime is a special and sacred tradition. It’s the time when every member of the family comes home from school or work and spends quality time with each other. It’s the time when everyone feasts on delicious home-cooked meals, usually prepared by mom. It’s the time when everyone gets to …

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Smarter than ever

Today’s generation of cellphones can be summed up into three words: thinner, faster and smarter. Gone are those days when people only use cellphone as a medium in reaching their friends and love ones through text messaging and phone calls. Now cellphone has taken its greater heights that allowed people …

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Flaw for the Law?

by Katrina Kate Dianne Punay and Hannah Faith Tormis Clothing is one of the basic necessities of life. But as the years pass, clothing has become more than a necessity. In this materialistic world where labels and price tags serve as indicators of social status, clothes have become mirrors that …

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