Following its initial release, Genshin Impact has (and probably will) keep on appearing in Twitter’s trending topics in the coming months, or even years. Set in the open world of

Aiming to support medical frontliners and University scholars amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, DLSU-D Religious Education Department (REED) launched its first virtual benefit concert on  January 27, from

The Junior Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines (JFINEX) DLSU-D held the biggest online gathering of student leaders in the business and finance sectors across the Philippines entitled “Officers’ Guild:

Visual and Performing Arts Production Unit (VPAPU) brings their annual art gallery online for the first time through Artsteps, a web-based environment application that allows its members to create virtual

As part of this year’s DaangDokyu film festival, Nettie Wilde’s 1988 documentary A rustling of leaves: Inside the Philippine revolution showed the aftermath of the Marcos regime in the Philippines

Peasant farmers and progressive groups marched in front of the Calamba City Hall to condemn the continuous attacks on farmers and call for a proper land reform on the contested




To end police brutality means ending the system that allows it.  One week ago, on December 20, the shooting incident of

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

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