Amaranth - Visayas State University
PRESS FREEDOM. Amaranth answers backlash after openly supporting online news outlet, Rappler. Graphics by Raymud Pastoril

This is not just about Rappler. It’s also about us.

It is by being watchful that we notice the things that have remained steady amidst the swift run of the years.

College graduation—the light at the end of the tunnel. But is it really the “light” at the end or yet another door leading towards a longer and darker tunnel ahead?

“When there is unity between the leader and the people, the resilience of the Filipino emerges,” said Senator Richard J. Gordon last June 15. While this is true in the purest sense of the words and the intention of the message, the “resilience” of the Filipino became the language of incompetent leaders.

“The life of being a queer is getting harder these days. Being one myself, staying at home is not an assurance for me to feel safe and comfortable — and some events that happened during this pandemic did not help at all.”

Free wi-fi's back! What were the students' thoughts on its suspension that lasted for almost a week?

ORDERLY. Students at the cash division situated at the stage of the VSU gymnatorium during the enrollment of S.Y. 2017 - 2018 second semester. Photo by Bryan Delos Reyes

 "The enrollment this semester was better because..."