Nagsimula ang “Occupy Bulacan” nang silungan nang mahigit 5,000 maralitang walang sariling tahanan ang mga nakatiwangwang na pabahay sa Pandi, Bulacan, ika-8 ng Marso, kasabay ng Pandaigdigang Araw ng mga Kababaihan. Matagal nang sinimulan ng ilang pamilya ang pagproseso ng legal na dokumento para sa mga tahanan, subalit nang walang napala, napilitan na silang okupahin ang espasyong pinagkakait ng pamahalaan.
This photo was first published in print in issue 14 of the Philippine Collegian on April 12, 2016.
The story of Lola Hilaria includes experiences common with other victims of Japanese sexual slavery. She was kidnapped at the age of 16 and was held hostage for a year inside a military garrison. Japanese soldiers took turns and repeatedly raped them every day after sundown.
Illustration by John Kenneth Zapata
The UP Pep Squad delivers a spotless pyramid finale in its party-inspired performance in the 19th UAAP Cheerdance Competition held at MOA Arena on September 15. Three-year defending champion UP bows down to first-time title holder NU with a final score of 620.5 and 696.5, respectively. | Kimberly Pauig
The UP Community marches with neighbors Miriam College and Ateneo De Manila University along Katipunan Avenue on September 11. The three schools signed a statement of unity demanding the abolishment of the controversial pork barrel fund. | Angerica Hainto
(This photo was first published in print in issue 13 of the Philippine Collegian on 20 September 2013.) More than 4,000 students and members of different sectors rallied in Luneta on September 13, calling for PNoy to abolish the pork barrel, including his own presidential discretionary fund. In just two years, PNoy had more than P102B pork […]
Dibuho ni Rosette Abogado