Quo Vadis, PBA?

With the economy challenged, plus the tempting alternative offered by the Japanese league, the PBA could end up losing its top players. It needs to be aggressive and dynamic, so that it becomes a popular draw once again.

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The Tokyo Olympics and Its Valuable Lessons in Humanity

The Olympics gifted us with so many touching episodes of sportsmanship, of relationships nurtured amidst friendly strife, and above all, of our love and concern for our fellowmen. Forget the financial implications, forget achieving victory at all cost. It is in this Olympics that we are finally starting to realize its modern-day objective “to bring the athletes around the world in one place where they can spread peace and friendship with no discrimination in race and gender”.

A Hidden Treasure in Antipolo

The Pinto Art Museum was a refreshing and enlightening visit. Loved the greens, loved the fresh air, loved the solitude it provided, loved the learning. It was certainly worth our time and energy. It’s a small secret that previously, only the art crowd would know about. But with today’s rewind brought about by the pandemic, a trip to the Museum is certainly one I would endorse.

University of the Naïve, Cowards and Red Sheep

Bobby Tiglao is a UP alumnus who laments the fact that students up till now still continue to be lured by the communist ideology that has long lost its mystique. Bobby joined the communist movement as a young idealistic student. Like the famed military defector, Victor Corpuz, he saw first-hand the inner workings of the party, and has since voiced his strong disapproval for the CPP-NPA-NDF. Here, he expresses concern over the CPP’s continued efforts to control student views at the premiere university of the land.

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