Editor’s note

As the Philippine Collegian celebrates its 90th year, we revisit lines from prized editorials that defined the publication’s tradition of critical and fearless journalism.

“The legislature must open its gates to the representation of the basic masses – the farmers and laborers who suffer the brunt of the absence of progress despite a semblance of political democracy”

Ma. Cristina Godinez

May 11 elections: Progress in restoration


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