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The legacy of UP Law Dean Merlin Magallona

The legal profession lost one of its Filipino luminaries in the field of international law, as former UP College of Law Dean Merlin Magallona...

Forgive

I am indeed tempted to say that a person who has not yet experienced forgiveness is seriously lacking in being profoundly human. To forgive...

EDITORIAL: Un-celebrating the 1st year anniversary of the pandemic

The National Capital Region, the most vulnerable area of the country to Covid surges by its sheer population density, was back on lockdown this...

EDITORIAL: The best of DILG

The pandemic lockdowns nullified the raging policy debates since March when the lockdowns began until lately when in Puerto Princesa City, the DILG order was re-imposed.

Change

Change. For the past few months, change has become something that I look at with unease. I feel tides shifting, relationships forming, plans made...

LEARN, LEARN, LEARN

I saw the Facebook post of my sister, who is based in New York (USA), wishing my niece a great year as she went...

And the NBA Show is Back!

Keeping players confined in hotels inside the bubble packaged with stringent measures of testing, practice schedule blocks and team service routines allowed the 22 teams to get back in shape, complete the scrimmages and eventually restart the 2019-2020 season without a hitch.

Dennis Socrates as I see him

(Palawan News is reprinting this opinion piece with permission from the author, Elroy John “Clink” Hagedorn. The writer, the youngest son of former Puerto...

EDITORIAL: Improvising solutions amid the surge

The spread of COVID-19 infections in Puerto Princesa City has not shown signs of slowing down, even with what contact tracing tsar Benjamin Magalong...

The Life of the Law: Beyond the Bar

Through a feat only a handful is able to achieve, Atty. Jocelyn brought much-needed glee by showcasing to the nation the excellence of Palaweños and the quality of legal education in the province.

PENRO Saños should act on this one

Roy Bero, true son of El Nido and quintessential critic of any and all degradation of the town's environment, posted on Facebook a picture...

Homage to the Acacia trees

The acacia trees of the academic oval are silent witnesses to the travails of the denizens of the Diliman campus of the University of...