Killing us softly

The lives of UP students are penetrated by Duterte’s economic policies in almost every aspect, from their daily commute to the food they eat.

In Area 2 where students go for affordable food choices, most establishments also have to grapple with the effects of the current economic situation in ways they know how.

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The Dressing Room: Longing for an Eternal Art

The Dressing Room is a love letter to theatre. It is a love letter to something which is eternal, even against the backdrop of wars and all other hardships. It is a testament of a performer to his sacred ritual.

It depicts four actresses as they prepare backstage for their cue to go on on-stage. While preparing, these actresses share their sentiments and memories concerning their passion for their craft.

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In the eyes of a survivor: Remembering bravery in the face of tyranny

In the eyes of the survivors, Martial Law was no Golden Age of the Philippipnes.

It was, instead, an era that saw thousands of Filipinos arrested, tortured, and even killed. It was an age when millions of pesos were pocketed by a family and its cronies, buried under the guise of service – millions that have yet to be returned to the Filipino people.

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