As per the sixth update for Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRRs), an additional 1.5 to three hours per session or six to 7.5 hours in total will be allowed for

As many organizations quickly responded to aid the communities affected by Typhoon Ulysses, The HERALDO FILIPINO listed some initiatives you might consider checking out. University relief calls Several DLSU-D organizations and offices

Many local businesses took their trade onto different online platforms, hoping to reach anyone who might be interested in what they have to offer. Dalisay, a local business, shares their

Cavite Governor Jonvic Remulla released updated measures for the Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ) on October 21, covering permissive and prohibited activities in the province. The measures stated that no quarantine

Until further notice, the Sports Development Office (SDO) will be dissolved for this academic year’s (AY) first semester, according to DLSU-D’s representative for coaches and DLSU-D Volleyball Team Head Coach

Talks about the climate crisis have been going on for years now. However, immediate and bold actions on addressing the crisis is a whole different story. This is why the




The problem with inclusive learning has always been there, both as a product of neglect and corruption. But with a

Originally published in The HERALDO FILIPINO Broadsheet Vol. 34 Double Issue Looking away is equal to being sided with the oppressor–a

Originally published in The HERALDO FILIPINO Broadsheet Vol. 34 Double Issue Unspoken of, Filipinos have always been racist. It wasn’t actually