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PHILIPPINE

COLLEGIAN
Opisyal na lingguhang pahayagan
ng mga mag-aaral ng
Unibersidad ng Pilipinas, Diliman
TAON 91 BILANG 4 BIYERNES, HULYO 12, 2013
Tala-Ngalan:
Isang Pagmumulintuklas
sa bansang Filipinas
Code Red: A Closer Look
at POC Privatization
Lathalain
Artist groups call for release
of activist couple
Balita
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THE OPENING SEQUENCE OF AN INDIE
movie ended. Te FilmInstitute was cramped with
cinephiles or randommovie-goers as I mademyway
through the dark aisle. I found a vacant seat at the
last row.
Tese indie flms become too mainstream, a
sleepyvoicebesidemeuttered.
Surprised, I looked at your direction. Te
darknessof thecinemaconcealedyour face.
Youenthusiasticallydiscussedtheflmtomeas
if wewerefriends fromlongago. Peoplewereglaring
atourdirection. YouwereasmuchofatalkerasIwas.
As the movie endedandthe lights went on, the frst
thing I sawwas the dimple onthe right side of your
face, mademoreprominent byyour smile.
We exited the theatre together. I ofered you
a ride home to prolong the conversation, but you
refused.
What is your name? I shouted. People were
murmuringhullaballoosoutsidethetheatre.
RubyTuesday, youshoutedback.
Oh, like the Rolling Stones song? I said. You
just smiledanddisappearedamongthecrowd.
I have always fallen in love with girls named
after songs I loveLayla, Roxanne, Michelle,
Darlene. Everyyear is acycleof songs, of encounters
alongside social issues. Similar concerns resurface
themselves yearly: price hikes, privatization,
militarization, failinggradesandrelationships.
I saw you again last Saturday at the showing
of the restored version of Maynila sa mga Kuko ng
Liwanag at the UP Film Institute: after sharing a
semester of countless conversations with you over
fries and unlimited cofee; after fnding out your
name was not really Ruby Tuesday; after you just
disappearedthe way youdidonthe frst night I met
you. All of these fragments of images were restored
in full colours the same way Maynila sa mga Kuko ng
Liwanagwas.
Te lights outside the theatre revealed your
unchanged, talkative self with a bohemian aura. I
have bulleted guesses on why you left: maybe you
were just too pretty, maybe youd rather read your
existentialist novels, or maybe you loved Bob Dylan
morethanyoulovedme.
After ranting about Bianca Gonzales
indiference to informal settlers and the inane
changing of the Philippines to Filipinas, you
suddenly grew quiet and became aware of the
elephant intheroom.
A fne-looking girl walked in and hugged you.
My girlfriend, youtoldme. After a long time, I saw
that dimpleonyour right cheekagain. I, too, smiled.
Ill giveyouanewplaylist, youadded.
Sure, I neednewsongstolove.
Dj vu
Alan P. Tuazon
NOWHERE MAN
Kultura
Stealth mode
Uncovering secret afairs
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OPINYON PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN BIYERNES, HULYO 12, 2013
PHILIPPINE
COLLEGIAN
2013 - 2014
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February 22, 2008
Uneven Ground
SUBJUGATION CONSTITUTES
the brand of peaceful friendship
between our country and the US
celebrated July 4 every year.
Before the celebration of the
Philippine-American friendship
day this year, the Aquino
administration backed the
proposal of Philippine defense
ofcials to grant US and Japan
greater access to our military
bases.
More than six decades of
friendship with the US has
proven an otherwise unequal
relationship. To add insult to
injury, more than a decade of the
implementation of the Visiting
Forces Agreement (VFA) has only
solidifed how, across various
facets, the inequality of such
relations have placed our interests
in an unequal level.
Te lopsided agreements that
forged the alliance with the US
disregarded our sovereignty in our
own territory in incidences such
as the Tubbataha Reef incident.
Te government dismissed
liability to the US to retain the
friendly alliance.
Te presence of the US troops
allowed under the VFA brought
about human rights violations in
places where military activities
are exercised. It allows the US
military to meddle with internal
conficts such as the insurgency
in Mindanao.
As far as the Aquino
government is concerned, military
intervention is necessary for their
brand of peace and stability to
fourish in the Asia-Pacifc region.
Acting like a benevolent master
to its subject, the US welcomes
the fresh opportunity to further
legitimize its presence in the Asia-
Pacifc and to solidify its brand of
peace and stability through its
military might. Yet, the timing
could not be any convenient.
At the backdrop of this
uncalled-for military intervention
from the US is the rise of China
as a superpower that challenges
its dominance not only in the
Asia-Pacifc region but also
in the world.
In fact, the US has made
its intentions clear with its
announcement of the Pacifc
Century, wherein US military
power is reconcentrated from the
Middle East to seal its control in
the trade-rich and fast-growing
economies of Asia-Pacifc. In
this point where power is being
redefned and US hegemony
waning, the superpower needs to
reinforce its dominance through
military forces and secure its
position in the global order.
With the glaring one-sidedness
of the US-Philippine friendship,
the Aquino government is either
nave or a willing pawn to the US
master plan.
Amidst the brewing tensions
of the claimant countries with
China regarding territorial
dispute in the West Philippine
Sea, the involvement of the US
only serves to heighten instability
instead of bringing security to the
country.
By taking advantage of the
confict between China and
the Philippines regarding the
West Philippine Sea, the US is
dragging the country to its war
as allyagainst China to retain its
stronghold of power in the region.
A confrontation with China
will primarily serve the interest of
the US that owns a reputation of
provoking military conficts. Its
wars of aggression against Iraq and
Afghanistan, for instance, brought
only chaos to citizens. Tis defnes
the extent the US is willing to take
in the name of national security.
Te country however, is not
equipped to engage in war. Its
capacity to provide immediate
solutions to natural disasters
foretells that any direct attack by
China would lead to chaos.
Te country should refuse and
reject military confrontation, and
consequently, any war mongering
eforts by other countries with
vested interests. Even with the
assistance of the US military
agreement, the country is not
equipped to face China in direct
war. If territorial disputes escalated
to war, the Philippines would be
the foremost casualty whereas the
US is situated safely in a distant
part of the globe.
Te government must learn to
defend the interest of the country
on its own without relying on
friendly alliances that prove to be
onerous rather than mutual. As
our government continues to be
subservient to US imperialism,
the country would have lost its
sovereignty to foreign colonizers.
Ysa Calinawan
EDITOR S PICK
YEARS
In 2008, militant groups called for the pullout of US
troops who allegedly participated in actual combat
operations and committed human rights abuses
against civilians in Mindanao.
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OPINYON PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN HUWEBES, DISYEMBRE 3, 2013
Military access for US, Japan violates PH sovereignty
BALITA PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN BIYERNES, HULYO 12, 2013
THE RIGHTS AND FREEDOM
of netizens may become ofcial
state policy should youth party-list
Kabataans twin Internet Freedom
bills pass congressional approval.
Kabataan Party-list
Representative Terry Ridon fled the
two bills on July 4 to cap the frst
week of the 16th congress in the
House of Representatives.
Te growing importance of the
internet and the critical role it plays
in national development necessitate
the enactment of measures to
protect the rights of its end user,
said Ridon.
One of the proposed laws, House
Bill 1132 seeks to repeal the Republic
Act 10175 or the Cybercrime
Youth party-list les Internet Freedom bills
Prevention Act of 2012. [Te
Cybercrime Law] defned unlawful
acts on the Internet yet forgot to
defne the freedoms it needs to
protect, and ultimately curtailed
those freedoms, said Ridon.
When passed into law
in September last year, the
Cybercrime law sparked both
online and ofine protests for its
provisions expanding the scope of
libel to Internet and allowing the
government to monitor electronic
data real-time, among others.
Following questions of
constitutionality, the Supreme
Court issued an indefnite
temporary restraining order on
the implementation of the law on
October 9, 2012.
Kabataan Party-list
AMID ESCALATING TENSIONS
in the West Philippine Sea, the Aquino
administration is opening up military
bases in the country to strategic allies,
a plan various groups criticized as a
breach to national sovereignty.
Burning an American fag in front of
the US embassy during the Philippine-
American Friendship Day on July 4,
progressive groups including Kabataan
Party-list opposed the proposal to grant
the United States and Japan greater
access to military bases in the country.
Allowing the agreement would again
bastardize the countrys military bases
and expose the nation to conficts, like
in World War II, and the Korean and
Vietnam wars, said Kabataan party-list
representative Terry Ridon.
Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin
frst announced the governments plan
to enter into military access agreements
with US and Japan on June 27. Te
said proposal permits access to former
US bases like the Subic Naval base in
Zambales, the largest American military
base in Southeast Asia until its closure
in 1991.
Section 25, Article XVIII of the
Philippine Constitution has since
prohibited the establishment of foreign
military bases in the country except
under a treaty duly concurred in by
the Senate and, when the Congress so
requires, ratifed by a majority of the
votes cast by the people in a national
referendum.
In 1991, the late President Corazon
Aquino pushed for a treaty between the
US and the Philippines that would have
allowed American troops to extend their
stay in the country. Te Senate, however,
rejected the treaty in a 12-11 vote.
In the light of territorial disputes
between the Philippines and China,
President Benigno Aquino III is also
reviving foreign military presence in the
country. Te Philippines only have the
US and Japan as strategic partners,
Aquino said.
Te Philippines, along with other
Southeast Asian states, is currently
engaged in disputes with China over
territories in the West Philippine Sea
including Panatag, also known as
Scarborough Shoal, and the Kalayaan
group of islands.
It has been a practice in other
countries to form such alliances like
the Five Power agreement between
Singapore, Malaysia, New Zealand, the
United Kingdom, and Australia, said
Political Science professor Jaime Naval
of the UP Diliman College of Social
Sciences and Philosophy.
It is a [necessary] act of sovereignty
not to allow foreign forces to enter
Philippines. But because we do not see
the threats and possibilities that would
imperil Philippine interests, instead of
being strategic, we address things in a
crisis mode, Naval added.
However, allowing US intervention
in the territorial disputes will only push
China to intensify its military campaign
in the disputed areas, said Ridon.
On June 29, two days after Gazmin
announced the planned military access
agreements, Chinas state media warned
that a counterstrike may be inevitable
23 residente ng San Roque, sugatan sa tangkang demolisyon
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SUGATAN ANG 23 RESIDENTE
ng Sitio San Roque, kabilang ang
isang 57-anyos na lalaki, matapos
ang tangkang demolisyon sa
tahanan ng 10 pamilya sa Baranggay
North Triangle, Quezon City noong
ika-1 ng Hulyo.
Nagtamo ng mga sugat sa ulo
at kamay si Mario Bersa, 57-anyos,
pagkatapos siyang paluin nang ilang
beses ni Supt. Pedro Sanchez ng
Masambong police station, habang
dalawa pa ang napilayan at tatlo
naman ang sugatan, ani Estrelita
Bagasbas, national vice-chair ng
Kalipunan ng Damayang Mahihirap
(Kadamay), isang alyansa ng mga
mararalitang taga-lungsod.
Naganap ang engkwentro sa
pagitan ng mga pulis at mga residente
nang tangkaing baklasin ng mga
pulis ang barikadang itinayo ng mga
residenteng apektado sa planong
road-widening project sa Agham
Road.
Isinugod sa ospital si Bersa na
nagtamo ng anim na tahi sa ulo,
kasama ang dalawang napilayan at
tatlong nasugatan. Isa si Bersa sa
mga residenteng higit 30 taon nang
naninirahan sa San Roque.
Nagbigay ang lokal na pamahalaan
ng Quezon City ng 30 araw na palugit
sa mga residenteng nakatirang 11.3
metro ang layo mula sa Agham Road.
Nang matapos ang palugit noong
Lunes, nagtayo ang mga residente
ng barikada bilang paghahanda sa
posibilidad ng demolisyon.
Bandang tanghali, dumating
ang humigit-kumulang 30 pulis sa
pamumuno ni Sanchez, armado ng
mahahabang baril at nakasuot ng mga
helmet, ayon kay Kalied de Guzman,
tagapagsalita ng San Roque chapter
ng Anakbayan, isang pambansang
organisasyong pangkabataan.
Sa paghupa ng gulo, nagmartsa
ang mga taga-San Roque patungong
munisipyo ng Quezon City upang
makipag-dayalogo kay QC Mayor
Herbert Bautista, ngunit hindi sila
pinaunlakan ng alkalde. Sa halip,
muli silang sinalubong ng mga pulis
at binomba ng tubig, pinagpapapalo,
pinagsisisipa, at pilit kinaladkad
palayo sa munisipyo, ani Bagasbas.
Tinatayang hindi bababa sa
17 ang sugatan, kung saan anim
ang pumutok ang ulo pagkatapos
pagpapaluin ng batuta, habang
tatlo namang pulis ang sugatan sa
nasabing engkwentro.
Nauna nang inalok ang mga
taga-San Roque ng relokasyon sa
Montalban, Rizal, ngunit malayo
ang nasabing lugar sa kanilang mga
hanapbuhay, ani de Guzman.
Jul Mar Esteban
Franz Christian Irorita
David Evardone
Continued on page 6
HULING PALUGIT
Photo by Jiru Rada
Binigyan ng lokal na pamahalaan ng lungsod ng Quezon ng hanggang Hulyo 31 ang piket ng mga
manggagawa ng Pentagon Steel Corp. bago tuluyang paalisin. Nagsimulang magprotesta ang may 130
manggagawa noong Abril upang igiit ang kanilang karapatan sa mga benepisyo at maayos na sahod.
should the Philippines continue
provoking Beijing.
On the other hand, the proposed
military access agreements may lead
to more human rights violations
and abuses, said Arnold Padilla,
public information ofcer of Bagong
Alyansang Makabayan.
Irish reverend Shay Cullen, a
missionary priest based in Olangapo
since 1969, has been a vocal critic
of the American bases, particularly
raising concerns on the proliferation of
prostitution. In an interview with the
Sydney Morning Herald in November
last year, the priest revealed the
prostitution of children as young as 15.
Freedom-loving Filipinos should
stand up and oppose the proposal and
call for the scrapping of the Visiting
forces Agreement and other agreements
detrimental to national interest and
which violates Philippine sovereignty,
said Anakbayan National Chairperson
Vencer Crisostomo.
Nababahala rin ang mga
residente sa mahinang pundasyon
ng mga bahay, at ang mapanganib
na lokasyon ng mga ito. Malapit ang
nasabing relocation site sa danger
zone na pinangyayarihan ng mga
landslide, ani Bagasbas.
Dahil dito, binenta na lamang ng
ilang mga lumikas na sa Rizal ang
kanilang lupa at bumalik sa kanilang
mga tirahan sa Sitio San Roque, ani
de Guzman.
Bagaman hindi natuloy ang
demolisyon noong Lunes, patuloy pa
ring nangangamba ang mga residente
sa nakaambang demolisyon. Kahit
hindi natuloy [noong Lunes ang
demolisyon], alam naming may
kasunod pa, dahil [sinabi ni] Mayor
[Bautista] na, by July, dapat na
aalis na yung mga nasa 11.3-meter
[radius], ani Bagasbas.
Sa pangambang baka mauwi sa
karahasan ang demolisyon, pinili
na lamang ng sampung pamilyang
nakatira sa loob ng 11.3-meter radius
na boluntaryong lumipat sa isang
relocation site sa Gaya-gaya, Bulacan,
ani Bagasbas. Nakatakda silang
lumikas sa ika-15 ng Hulyo.
Representative Raymond Palatino,
meanwhile, fled a bill to repeal
the contested provisions of the
Cybercrime Law, in the last congress.
Te bill only got through the frst
reading before the 15th congress
adjourned on June 6.
However, striking down the
Cybercrime Act necessitates a law
that will ensure that the rights of
Internet users will not be left out in
the open, said Ridon.
Along with HB 1132, Kabataan
also fled House Bill 1100 or the
Internet Freedom Bill outlining the
rights of Internet users to privacy,
secrecy of communications and
freedom of expression online,
BALITA PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN BIYERNES, HULYO 12, 2013 4
Maroons go down ghting vs Tamaraws, 57-75
UP disqualies security agency amid labor dispute
THE UP FIGHTING MAROONS
were outplayed, 57-75, by
the Far Eastern University
Tamaraws on July 7, with State
U star guard Joseph Marata
held back by a sprained ankle
he sustained during the July
3 match against the De La
Salle University.
The Tamaraws kicked off
the first quarter with a 10-2
run, prompting Maroons Head
Coach Ricky Dandan to call a
timeout with 7:38 still on the
clock. The Maroons fought back
with a short lived 8-4 run of
their own, but the Tamaraws
were able to turn the tables
with a 9-2 run in the last three
minutes of the quarter, ending
with an 11-point lead, 12-23.
The dry spell continued for
the Maroons as they entered
the second quarter. The
Maroons committed several
fouls, allowing the Tamaraws
to bag four points from free
throws. The Tamaraws scored
twice as much as the Maroons,
ending the first half, 21-41, in
favor of the Tamaraws.
"So far our boys have fought
hard, pero meron talagang
dapat pang [i-improve],"
commented UP Diliman (UPD)
Chancellor Caesar Saloma
during the halftime break.
The Maroons entered
the second half with a more
aggressive campaign, forcing
the Tamaraws to commit fouls
to reel them in.
However, the Diliman-based
Franz Christian Irorita &
Kira Chan
Klidel Rellin
BURNING BRIDGES
Photo by Jiru Rada
PORTRAYING
INJUSTICE
Photo by
Angerica Hainto
Militant groups slam the renewal of US access agreements during the Filipino-American Friendship
Day mobilization on July 4 near the US embassy. Te Mutual Defense Treaty and Visiting Forces
Agreement allow US military operations to be performed in the country, leaving civilians as
internal refugees.
In A Storys Sketches
at the UP Diliman
Faculty Center, artists
attempt to give a face
to political prisoners
through sketching
Nicolette Gamara, the
daughter of Renante
Gamara who has been
illegally detained in
Camp Crame for over
a year. According to
the 2012 Karapatans
Human Rights report,
there are more than
269 political prisoners
in the Philippines.
THE UP ADMINISTRATION
disqualifed Bolinao Security
and Investigation Services, the
universitys security service
provider in the last three years for
the south sector, from bidding for
another P40-million contract for
security and janitorial services
this year.
Bolinao failed to meet
the requirements specified
under Republic Act 9184 or
the Government Procurement
Reform Act for the security
and janitorial services contract,
according to the universitys
Supply and Property
Management Office (SPMO).
The SPMO, however,
declined to disclose the details
on the disqualification of
Bolinao without the agencys
consent. The agency has refused
to comment fearing that it
might affect their application
to bid in the following years,
said Bolinao Vice President
Geoffrey Mendoza.
A group of security guards
have earlier petitioned
the UP administration to
disqualify Bolinao from the
bidding process, pending the
resolution of a labor case
they filed in September 2012.
According to the group, about
P5.2 million worth of cash
bond and insurance have yet
to be released to around 200
Bolinao guards.
Bolinao, however, was
allowed to participate in
the pre-bidding conference
held last year. In the pre-
bidding conference, the SPMO
invited prospect bidders and
evaluated all applications.
The final list of bidders was
then submitted to the BAC for
further evaluation.
The committee has yet
to award the contract to a
qualified winning bidder, after
Bolinao was post-disqualified,
said SPMO Acting Director Dan
Saguil.
Continued on page 5
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Mga nakatira sa tabing-estero
tutol sa P18k subsidyo
PAGTUTOL ANG SAGOT NG ILANG
grupo at mga residente sa
P18,000 alok ng gobyerno
kapalit ng pag-alis mula
sa kanilang mga tahanang
nakatayo malapit sa mga estero
ng Kamaynilaan.
Hindi umano tiyak kung
hanggang kailan aabot ang
nasabing halaga at kung
mabibigyan ng pabahay ang
19,940 pamilyang maaaring
tumanggap ng nasabing halaga,
ayon sa Kalipunan ng Damayang
Mahihirap (Kadamay),
isang alyansa ng mga
maralitang tagalungsod.
Pinangangambahan rin ng mga
residente ang kawalan ng hanapbuhay
sa mga relocation site na paglilipatan
sa kanila, dagdag ng Kadamay.
Samantala, naglunsad ng kilos-
protesta sa harap ng tanggapan ng
Department of the Interior and
Local Government ang mga grupo
ng kabataan, tulad ng Kabataan
Party-list at Anakbayan. [I]
nformal settlers are constituents
of the government [who] should
not be deprived of their right to
decent living. Estero dwellers
dont reside near waterways
because they want to but because
they dont have a choice, ani
Terry Ridon, kinatawan ng
Kabataan Party-list.
Enero nitong taon nang
ipahayag ng Department of
Interior and Local Government
ang planong demolisyon sa mga
nakatayong bahay malapit sa
walong pangunahing daluyan
ng tubig sa Metro Manila:
San Juan River, Manggahan
Arra B. Francia
PORTRAYING
INJUSTICE
Photo by
Angerica Hainto
TEENAGE MOTHERHOOD
Photo by Kimberly Pauig
A young Filipina mother nurses her children in a shanty in Tondo, Manila. Te number
of Filipina teenagers giving birth rose by more than 60 percent in the last decade,
according to data released by the National Statistics Ofce on July 8. Te United Nations
Population Fund (UNFPA)-Philippines stressed that sexuality education must be given to
teenagers to help them make responsible life choices and safeguard their health.
team failed to capitalize on the
free throws scoring only 7 out
of 13. The Maroons also failed
to cash in many of their second
chance shots, which could have
given them the upper hand.
The third quarter ended with
the score 41-63, in favor of the
Tamaraws.
Maroons' team captain
Moriah Gingerich led the charge
at the start of the fourth quarter
with a three-pointer, sparking a
9-0 run. FEU fought back with
seven straight points, shot by
guard Terrence Romeo. The
Maroons managed to outscore
the Tamaraws in the fourth
quarter, but it was not enough
to overcome the overall score
gap.
Marata, who scored 21 points
in their previous game against
the Green Archers, scored only
four points in this game, due to
his injury. The Maroons had to
struggle to get points without
his offensive skills.
For the first time, the
Maroons outrebounded the
opposing team, 63-52, but the
Maroons were unable to score
with their second-chance shots.
Romeo finished first in points,
scoring 20, with FEU guard RR
Garcia placing second with 15.
The Maroons biggest output
came from center Raul Soyud,
who registered a double-double,
with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Maroons coach Ricky Dandan
remarked upon the need for
improvement in certain skills,
"We dominated rebounding-
wise, but we were unable to limit
their three scorers: [Michael]
Tolomia, Romeo and Garcia."
Currently tied at fifth place
with last years champion
Ateneo de Manila University
Blue Eagles, the Maroons will be
facing the National University
Bulldogs on July 14 at the Mall
of Asia Arena.
Floodway, Ilog Pasig, Tullahan
River, Estero Trippa de Galina,
Maricaban Creek, Estero
de Maypajo, at Estero de
Sunog Apog.
Ang nakatakdang demolisyon
ay bahagi ng proyekto ng
kasalukuyang administrasyong
linisin at ayusin ang drainage
system sa Metro Manila upang
maagapan ang mga matitinding
pagbaha sa tuwing bubuhos ang
malakas na ulan.
Gayunman, hindi dapat isisi
sa mga residente ang pagdami
ng basurang dahilan umano
ng pagbaha, kundi sa walang
humpay na pagtambak ng lupa
sa mga katawan ng tubig upang
gawing mga subdibisyon, ani
Gloria Arellano, pambansang
tagapangulo ng Kadamay.
Binibenta ng gobyerno ang
Maroons go
down fighting vs
Tamaraws, 56-75
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mga lupain sa mga pribadong
kumpanya na dapat ay inilalaan
para sa mahihirap. Sila rin ang
nagtutulak para manirahan
sa mga estero ang mahihirap,
paliwanag ni Arellano.
Naglabas ang Department
of Budget and Management
ng kabuuang P374.4 milyon
na ipapamahagi bilang rental
subsidy sa mga pamilyang
maapektuhan ng proyekto at
kusang lilisanin ang tirahan.
Maaring gamitin ng mga
pamilya ang halagang ito upang
pansamantalang mangupahan.
Isa si Mariz, ang kanyang
asawa at tatlong anak sa mga
pamilyang naninirahan sa gilid
ng San Juan River. Hindi umano
sasapat ang P18,000, o P1,500
kada buwan, sa pambayad upa
kahit pa idagdag ang buong
kita ng kanyang asawa mula sa
pangangalakal ng basura.
Tutol din si Mariz sa planong
paglipat sa kanila sa mga
relocation site, kung saan wala
umanong naghihintay na trabaho
para sa kanila. Nais lamang
kaming linlangin ng gobyerno
upang mapaalis sa aming mga
tirahan. Imbes na relokasyon ay
permanenteng trabaho dapat ang
binibigay nila sa mga tulad namin,
ani Mariz.
Nakatakdang ilipat ang
mga residente sa relocation
sites sa Bulacan at Cavite
matapos ang isang taon.
Gayunman, may 4,500
housing units pa lamang ang
naipatayo ng National Housing
Authority sa kasalukuyan at
inaasahang madadagdagan
lamang ito ng 3,500 units sa
pagtatapos ng taon.
Isa na naman itong
kahungkagan sa programa.
Dapat ay ayusin na nila ang
mga itatayong relocation site
para sa mga nakatira sa estero,
hindi yung paalisin nila ang
mga pamilya ng wala namang
kasiguruhan kung bibigyan
talaga nila ng pabahay o hindi,
ani Arellano.
BALITA PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN BIYERNES, HULYO 12, 2013
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A LADY GUARD ASSIGNED
at the Sampaguita Residence Hall
is recuperating from multiple
stab wounds and mental trauma
she sustained after escaping
from a construction worker who
attempted to rape her on June
27.
In an official statement to
the Quezon City Police District
(QCPD), the lady guard said
she was on duty when Pedrito
Ravelo, 31, and his co-worker
asked her if they could use the
comfort room at the dormitory.
When the workers supposedly
left the dormitory, the 41-year
old lady guard then took a nap. At
around 3:30 AM, the lady guard
woke up with Ravelo holding a
kitchen knife to her neck to force
her to have sex with him.
Contrary to a report from the
UP Diliman Police, however, the
lady guard denied that she was
acquainted with Ravelo, who was
one of the construction workers
hired for the renovation of the
dormitory.
The guard said she pretended
to give in to the threats of
Ravelo, who was then allegedly
drunk. She then accompanied
the suspect to a room opposite
the Institute of Biology, where
she had hoped to attract the
attention of other guards.
At the same time, the guard
also started to press her radios
distress button. The lady guard
said she tried to grab the knife,
but her attempts only provoked
Ravelo to repeatedly punch and
stab her.
The lady guard sustained
wounds on her neck, mouth,
and nose. She also suffered an
interior mouth cut, bruises, and
a concussion, said Julie Marcon-
Davide, attending physician at
the University Health Service
(UHS).
Davide said she is worried
most about the mental health of
the lady guard. Physical injuries
are easier to heal. What happened
to her is very shocking. Her 30
days minimum healing period
is for both physical injuries and
mental trauma.
Aside from spending six days
at the UHS for her injuries,
the lady guard also underwent
counselling with the Diliman
Gender Office (DGO) on June 29
and July 1.
UP lady guard recovering
from on-campus assault
Kira Chan
UPSET
Photo by Kim Pauig
Lady Maroon Bea Daez is denied of a baseline drive by
Lady Bulldogs Denise Escoto and Jane Seno in the frst
outing of the 76th season of UAAP at the Blue Eagle
Gym on July 4. UP missed eight charity shots and were
forced to commit four turnovers in the fnal canto to
sufer a 9-point defcit, 60-51.
Youth party-list files Internet
Freedom bills
YOUTH ARTIST GROUPS HAVE
called for the immediate release
of former UP Diliman Fine
Arts student and Collegian
photographer Juan Paolo
Verzosa and his wife Grace,
who were arrested by police
authorities in La Colina
Subdivision, Marikina City on
June 28.
The two are currently
detained on charges of illegal
possession of explosives and
robbery with homicide at the
Catbalogan, Samar Provincial
Jail since they were transferred
from the Eastern Police District
Headquarters on July 1.
In a statement on July 2,
Kabataang Artista para sa
Tunay na Kalayaan (Karatula)
said the couple were arrested
based on two defective warrants
issued by Branches 27 and 28 of
the Regional Trial Court (RTC)
of Catbalogan, Samar.
According to actual copies
obtained by the Collegian, the
said warrants did not specify
the names of Verzosa and his
Artist groups call for release
of activist couple
Victor Gregor Limon
wife. The warrants contained
only a list of several aliases of
various suspects charged with
robbery with homicide and
illegal possession of explosives.
EPD director Chief Supt.
Miguel Laurel said the two
reportedly use the same aliases
listed in the warrants issued
by Judges Esteban de la Pea
and Manuel Torrevillas of the
Samar RTC.
Verzosa reportedly uses the
aliases Arvin, Cocoy, and Egay,
while Grace is also known as
Joy and Lenon, Laurel said.
How can an alias
legitimately be used in an
arrest? [Those aliases] could
be anybody, yet they choose
to target two innocent people.
There is no basis for the arrest,
said Jay del Rosario, Karatula
vice chair.
Verzosa had been living in
Marikina City with his wife for
a year now. They have a three-
month old infant, who is now
in the custody of the couples
relatives.
Police authorities however
said the two were identified
as officers of the New Peoples
Army (NPA) based on a
statement by a rebel returnee
who supposedly worked with
the two until his surrender to
the government.
The authorities arrested
Verzosa just hours after
members of the NPA attacked
120 policemen who were doing
morning exercises in Tadian,
Mountain Province.
This comes at a time when
another UP student, Maricon
Montajes, enters her third
year of detention in Batangas.
The systematic crackdown on
youth activists and artists has
heightened in recent years
and proves how deperate the
administration is to silence
critics and preserve the
illusion of the tuwid na daan
explained Del Rosario.
The clampdown on youth
activists and artists reflects
only the worsening human
rights situation under President
Benigno Aquino III, said Marie
Angeline Red, vice chair of UPD
youth artist group Alay Sining,
where Verzosa was a member
Continued from page 3
during his college days.
Itong nangyari kina Kuya
JP ay paalala sa ating imbes
na matakot o mangamba, lalo
dapat siguraduhing nagagamit
Ravelo, on the other hand,
remains at large. He managed to
jump from the second floor of the
dormitory before other guards
could arrest him. On the same
day, the QCPD searched Ravelos
known addresses in Bulacan and
Quezon City, but the suspect was
nowhere to be found.
The lady guard said she will
file charges against the suspect
with the assistance of DGO legal
advisor Alnie Foja as soon as she
recovers from the attack.
Meanwhile, following
the incident that could have
potentially harmed Sampaguita
dormers, the university
administration ordered the
dismantling of barracks of
construction workers set up
within the campus.
The Office of the Vice
Chancellor for Student Affairs
and the Office of Student
Housing have also asked the
Office of the Chancellor to assign
additional guards in dormitories.
This incident should set a
precedent for higher levels of
security, said Vice Chancellor
for Student Affairs Ma.
Corazon Tan.
among others.
Acts such as monitoring,
surveillance and data collection
on the Internet shall be
considered violations to the
rights of Internet users and
punishable under the proposed
law.
The two bills have yet to be
calendared for first reading.
Once approved, a committee
will deliberate and revise the
bill before presenting it to the
House for second and third
readings.
The bills will undergo the
same process in the Senate,
where Senator Mirriam
Defensor-Santiago filed Senate
Bill 53 or The Magana Carta for
ang sining [at iba pang mga
pamamaraan], para maging
kritikal at tutulan ang ganitong
mga paglabag sa ating mga
karapatang pantao, Red said.
Philippine Internet Freedom.
The senate bill also aims to
repeal the Cybercrime law and
uphold the rights of Internet
users.
A bicameral conference
committee will then reconcile
differences in the Senate and
House versions of bills. The
president will have to sign the
consolidated and final version
of the bill before they form part
of the lands law.
[W]ith the peoples support,
we are hopeful that we can
transform the framework
of internet legislation
from being restrictive to
becoming responsive to
the needs of netizens,
said Ridon.
LATHALAIN PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN MARTES, HULYO 2, 2013
7
LATHALAIN PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN BIYERNES, HULYO 12, 2013
THE FAINT SMELL OF ALCOHOL
lingered in the air. Bright lights
drenched the bare walls as nurses
moved about, assisting patients in
wheelchairs. Medical staff rushed
to attend to patients in crowded
rooms, and stretchers start to
fill the hallways. In the corners,
relatives are huddled together;
some try to catch some sleep while
sitting, others shared small talk.
This is how an ordinary day is
like at the wards and corridors of
the Philippine Orthopedic Center
(POC), the only hospital in the
country focusing in orthopedic
medicine. Located along Banawe
Avenue in Quezon City, the 68
year-old hospital has a 700-bed
capacity catering to an estimated
140,000 indigent patients
annually, or 390 a day.
As a government-owned
hospital, POC provides free
medical services such as
consultations, x-rays and doctors
fee to indigent patients. But like
all public hospitals, it is crippled
by the inadequate and outdated
facilities, scarce medical supplies
and an insufficient budget of
P413 million.
Ailing system
The government had since
pointed to the dismal state of
public hospitals as a basis for
Public-Private Partnership (PPP)
programs, which it claims to be an
effort to modernize the sector.
But the move has been criticized
by militant groups who view it as
a disguise for privatization, and
foresee its impact on indigent
patients access to healthcare.
The POC is the first hospital
to undergo modernization, which
began in 2012 and attracted nine
prospect bidders. To make the
POCs complete rehabilitation
attractive to investors, the
government allotted P1 billion
for the project, according to
the Department of Budget and
Management.
In pushing for the PPP, the
government opines that public
hospitals will become more
efficient in providing healthcare,
and emulate the condition in
private hospitals, where there are
sufficient rooms, state-of-the-art
equipment and a pool of specialist
doctors, all readily available to
accommodate patients.
Historically, however,
privatization efforts of public
entities had been shown to limit
peoples access to social services
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electricity. Once these had been
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much less affordable for the
common Filipinos.
Old strain
Privatization is not a new trend.
Over the past decades, it has been
shown as the governments way
out whenever the governments
treasury cannot shoulder
a costly upgrade of public
enterprises.
Several state-owned
establishments providing
social services had been
privatized throughout the
years, such as the National
Power Corporation, Philippine
Long Distance Telephone
Company (PLDT) and Manila
Water. Now, under House
Bill 6069 or An Act creating
National Government
Hospital Corporations, 26
hospitals nationwide
will be turned over to
private companies.
Under the PPP
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agreement stipulates
that the concessionaire
will build a new orthopedic
center at the National
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operate it for 25 years
and transfer it to the
Department of Health
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ownership of
the projects as
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the extent of
private sectors
participation in
a PPP project, said
Atty. Sherry Austria,
director of policy
formation, evaluation
and monitoring service
of the PPP Center.
Modernization
PPP as a
modernization tool has
drawn opposition from
such movements as the
Network Opposed to
Privatization (NOP), an
organization of patients
and health workers against
privatization and Health
Alliance for Democracy (HEAD).
The promotion of PPP by
the Aquino Administration has
left public hospitals in a state of
disrepair and neglect to justify
the entry of private investments.
Unfortunately, the poor and
indigent patients are left
to shoulder the burden,
reads HEADs statement.
Jossel Ebesate,
national president of
Alliance of Health
Workers shares
that based on their
experience in most
public hospitals,
PPP of selected
services only led
to an increase in
the price of health
services.
If the private
investors are bent on
operating such kind
of hospital, ostensibly
to help, let them build
a private hospital, but leave
the public Orthopedic Center
alone. Then the public will have
options for a public or a private
hospital and poor patients will
not be deprived of public health
services, he added.
Privatization: a crutch
Dr. Giovanni Tapang, national
chairperson of AGHAM, an
advocacy group for science
and technology, argues that
privatization should be mainly for
bankrupt enterprises, not basic
social services.
Healthcare is primarily
a social service. The
problem with
privatization is that
only those who
can pay will be
able to access
[healthcare]. People will [then
just] rely on albularyo to avail of
healthcare, and [endanger their
life], Tapang said.
Moreover, privatization
obscures how the government
cannot provide sufficient funding
to the healthcare sector. According
to NOP, the government dedicates
only 4.1 percent of the gross
national product to healthcare,
lower than the five percent
ideal standard set by the United
Nations and lower still compared
to neighboring Asian countries
like Cambodia at 5.3, Mongolia at
5.7 and Vietnam at 6.9.
Lugi ang government in
the long-run. Kikita lang sila
sa umpisa, afterwards wala
na. Tapang explained. Sa
privatization, give [POC] to
private companies and they will
monopolize it, he adds, citing
PLDT as an example.
State duty, not business
NOP also argues that the
privatization trend undermines
the governments own health
insurance corporation, PhilHealth,
which currently subsidizes
in-patient expenses such as
accommodation, operations and
laboratory exams as well as out-
patient expenses for follow-up
consultations and medicines.
The governments [efforts
to ensure] universal access to
healthcare will be strained [by]
private-public partnerships. The
PPP passes on [the] responsibility
of providing quality health care to
the private sector, increasing out-
of-pocket expenses [and making]
access to quality healthcare
more difficult for patients, said
PhilHealth Project Officer Dr. Lee
Edson Yarcia.
Healthcare privatization may
hold the promise of improvement,
but it is one that comes with a
hefty tag. And while it is the states
duty to provide quality healthcare,
the government appears to view
Philippine healthcare facilities,
including the POC, as ventures
that can simply be turned over to
businesses.
In the end, privatization
becomes a crutch for the crippled
healthcare system. But it is one
that the latter could have done
without, if only the state turned
to where the true problem lies.
Illustration: Ysa Calinawan
Page design: Ashley Garcia
Photographs: Kim Pauig
LATHALAIN PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN BIYERNES, DISYEMBRE 3HULYO 12, 2013
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NAGPAPALIGSAHAN ANG MGA
hiyaw at palakpakan ng mga estudyante
sa loob ng stadium.
Dumagundong ang stadium
sa pagpasok ng mga manlalaro na
sinalubong ng matinding sigawan
at masigabong palakpakan. Kitang-
kita ang kanilang pagkasabik sa mga
kapwa kamag-aral at atletang ini-idolo
o crush nila.
Naglabasan na rin ang hindi
mabilang na mga statement o angas
shirt ng mga taga-subaybay ng bawat
koponan, bukod pa sa ibang mga
pakulo nila tulad ng mga lobo,
banners at mga pamatid-
hiningang chants na
patutsada sa kalaban.
Kaya sa kabila
ng libo-libong
mga estudyante,
mababatid pa rin
kung kanino sila
kampi.
Opisyal na
ngang nagbukas
ang ika-76 na paliga
ng University Athletic
Association of the Philippines
(UAAP), isang taunang palakasan
sa pagitan ng walong tanyag na
unibersidad sa bansa.
Paliga
Taon-taong ginaganap ang UAAP
upang ipamalas ang mga natatanging
kakayahan ng mga estudyante sa ibat
ibang larangan ng palakasan.
Binubuo ito ng Adamson University
(AdU), Ateneo de Manila University
(AdMu), De La Salle University
(DLSU), Far Eastern University (FEU),
National University (NU), University
of the East (UE), University of the
Philippines (UP), at University of Santo
Tomas (UST).
Itinatag noong 1938 ang UAAP
na itinuturing na pinakamatandang
patimpalak sa pagitan ng mga
unibersidad. Binuo ito ng 15 uri ng
palakasan sa pangunguna ng apat na
unibersidadUP, UST, NU at FEU.
Hinati rin ito sa tatlong dibisyon
Senior, Juniors, at Womens.
Ilan sa mga larong tampok sa UAAP
ay ang Badminton, Baseball & Softball,
Chess, Fencing, Football, Judo, Lawn
Tennis, Swimming, Taekwondo, Track
& Field, Volleyball, at Beach Volleyball.
Sa mga tampok na palaro,
dinudumog ng mga estudyante ang
basketball. Ito ang bersyon nila ng
Philippine Basketball Association,
pangunahing palarong basketball sa
Asya at pumapangalawa sa National
Basketball Association.
Kabilang ang UP sa nagtatag
ng UAAP, kaya naman lagi itong
inaabangan ng buong komunidad.
May sarili tayong mga pakulo at paraan
upang ipakilala ang ating sarili sa madla
at bunga ng ating suporta sa kapwa
iskolar na sasabak sa paligsahan.
Liban sa mga t-shirts, lobo,
banners at kung ano pang mga abubot,
nakawiwili ring pakinggan
ang mga inihanda nilang
cheers kasabay ang
dumadagundong na
hampas sa drum.
Ayon kay
Michael Simms,
team Captain ng
UP Mens Football
Team (UPMFT),
tila napapawi ang
matinding pagod at
hirap na pinagdaanan
nila sa kanilang
pagsasanay sa tuwing
maririnig ang sigawan at palakpakan
ng mga manonood.
Kalahok
Katulad ng iba pang mga
koponan sa unibersidad, tunay na
nagpapakitang-gilas ang UPMFT sa
mga paligsahan.
Hindi biro ang kanilang
pagsasanay na ginaganap tatlong
beses sa isang linggo, mula 6
hanggang 9 ng umaga, ani Paul Melicor,
miyembro ng UPMFT.
It [also] depends on the
condition [of the] feld. If its not
good, then we reschedule.
When the season is
approaching, thats when it
becomes difcult because
we have training every
day, dagdag niya.
Sa kasalukuyan, 16 na
beses nang naging kampeon
ang UPMFT sa UAAP.
Samantala, walong
beses nang nauwi ng UP
Pep Squad ang pinakaaasam
na tropeo sa Cheerdance competition.
Araw-araw kaming nagsasanay
kahit may dinaramdaminjury, sakit
ng katawan, kulang sa tulog, at may
pinagdadaanan sa buhay. Tinitiis pa din
namin dahil mahalaga ang magsanay ,
ani Luigi Catolico, miyembro ng UP Pep
Squad.
Makikita sa kanilang mga routine
na hindi sila nagpapakulong lamang
sa pagpapamalas ng perpektong
pagtatanghal. Sa bawat konsepto,
piyesta man, rock o Madonna,
nagsusumikap silang imulat ang mga
mag-aaral sa mga usaping nakakubli
tuwing may kompetisyon.
Sa lahat ng sakripisyo ng mga
kalahok, mahalaga ang suporta mula
sa kanilang mga kapwa iskolar. Iba man
ang paniniwala at kulay sa pulitika,
iisa ang isinisigaw ng mga
estudyanteUP Fight!
Ang tunay na
katuturan ng UAAP
ay hindi makikita
sa kompetisyon,
ngunit sa
pa g k a k a t a ong
maibalik ng mga
estudyante ang
karangalan sa
kanilang unibersidad,
ani Catolico.
Sa kabila ng mga
karangalan, batid pa rin
sa bawat kalahok ang mga
suliraning kinakaharap ng
kanilang mga pamantasan.
Tropeong tanso
Sa unang tingin, hindi
makikita ang samut
saring problemang
kinakaharap ng mga
manlalaro sapagkat
napapangunahan ito
ng mga natamong
tagumpay.
Facilities would be
our biggest problem and
concern. Te feld we use
is shared among other
varsity teams, such as
the softball and baseball
teams. When the felds
really bad, we usually
train [outside the
University], ani Melicor
Bukod pa rito,
problema rin nila ang
mga equipment na kalimitang
nahuhuling ibigay tuwing katapusan
ng unang semestre, minsan hindi na
nila nakukuha, ani Simms.
Gayundin naman ang suliranin ng
UP Pep Squad, lalo pa na kasalukuyang
kinukumpuni ang Aldaba Hall na dati
nilang tahanan.
Minsan, no permanent address
kami , napipilitang magsanay na lang
sa labas ng gym sa may semento, ani
Catolico.
Mauugat ang ganitong mga
suliranin sa kakulangan ng subsidyo na
inilalaan ng pamahalaan sa edukasyon
na nagbibigay-daan sa mga programang
nagsusulong sa komersiyalisasyon nito.
Sa tulong ng Samsung at iba
pang mga sponsor, matagumpay na
naisasakatuparan ang UAAP. Sa dami
ng sumusubaybay sa UAAP, sa
arena man o sa telebisyon,
dumarami rin ang kita ng
mga sponsors nito.
Maliban sa
pagharap sa
matinding pag-
eensayo, kailangan
ding pangalagaan
ng mga manlalaro
ang kanilang
mga grado upang
manatili sa kanilang
mga kurso at kolehiyo.
Ngayon pa lang, excited
na ako sa UAAP. Hindi rin kasi
biro ang maging UP athlete, balancing
your academics with sports, ani Simms
Nadagdagan pa ang kanilang
suliranin nang maglabas ang UAAP
ng polisiyang maaari lamang silang
maging lehitimong miyembro ng
koponan matapos ang unang taong
pamamalagi sa unibersidad.
Sa kabila ng kawalan ng suporta ng
pamahalaan sa pamantasan, nagagawa
pa rin ng ating mga manlalarong
makilahok at patunayan ang kanilang
husay sa piniling larangan.
Its one of our motivations to do
better and to bring home the gold, ani
Melicor.
Batbat man ng mga suliranin ang
mga atleta ng UP, nagsisilbi itong
motibasyon upang mag-ibayo sa
pagpapamalas ng kahusayan, hindi
lamang sa akademiya, kundi maging
sa larangan ng palakasan. Sa ganitong
tanaw, higit na tumatamis ang bawat
tagumpay na natatamo ng manlalarong
iskolar ng bayan.
Tamis ng
Tagumpay
Mary Joy Capistrano
SPORTSCENE
Illustration : Glenford Lumbao
Page design : Jerome Tagaro
10
Photograph: Jiru Rada
Sa kabila ng
kawalan ng suporta
ng pamahalaan sa
pamantasan,
nagagawa pa rin ng
ating mga
manlalarong
makilahok
Sa lahat ng
sakripisyo ng mga
kalahok, mahalaga
ang suporta mula sa
kanilang mga kapwa
iskolar
KULTURA PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN BIYERNES, HULYO 12, 2013
[8] Makapangyarihan ang pangalan upang
takdaan ang diwa at tunguhin ng kasaysayan.
Ngunit may mga puwersang hindi nagpapatali sa
hegemoniyang pinapairal ng sapilitan, sinasalungat
ang agos at kinakalaban ang kasalukuyang estado
ng ating lipunan.
Ang pagsalungat ay hindi upang balikwasin ang
pag-unlad ngunit iwinawaksi ang mga kamalian at
unti-unting dinudurog ang kapangyarihan ng mga
institusyon at ang hawak nito sa kasaysayan.
[6] Hindi alintana na ang kasalukuyang kalagayan ng lupain sa Pilipinas ay sinasamantala ng mga pribadong institusyon kung saan binabago nila ang mga lupain bilang mga sityo ng komersyo at natitipon lamang ang kinitang pera sa iilang tao.
[7] Kung tutuusin ang kapangyarihan ng pagpapangalan ay nasa mga institusyon. Ayon kay Michel Foucault ang pagtatakda ay pagkontrol sa ibat ibang sistema ng lipunan (ekonomikal, pulitikal, kultural). Ano ngayon ang layon ng pagtatakda ng pangalan, liban sa pagpupugay sa alaala ng isang kilalang personahe? Hegemoniya.
Tala-Ngalan
Isang Pagmumulintuklas
[1]
sa
bansang Filipinas
[2]
MALAPIT NA RIN AKONG MAKABALIK SA FILIPINAS matapos
ang 20 years ng pagtatrabaho sa USA. Natapos na ang contract ko sa
trabaho at pwede na akong magpahinga o humanap ng bakasyunan.
Isa lamang ang pumasok sa isip ko sa mga sandaling ito gusto ko
nang umuwi sa bansa ko. Na-miss ko ang mga tanawin sa Filipinas.
Sa mga balitang nabasa ko noon sa internet, nagulat ako sa biglang
pagpalit ng pangalan ng bansa. Pero, pagtagal, dahan-dahan ko naman
itong nagustuhan. Mabuti naman at tunog mayaman na ang pangalan
ng bansa natin. Maaabot na natin ang popularity ng ibang bansa at big
step ito para sa progress ng bansang minamahal natin.
Pag-land sa Noynoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), mabilis
na nagbalikan lahat ng mga alaala ko noong nakatira pa ako dito.
I thought to myself, much had changed since then: airports
not crowded anymore, marami na ring mga eroplano, at 28
na ang mga terminal.
Pagsakay ng taxi, inutusan ko kaagad si manong drayber
na dumaan sa Cory Aquino Avenue
[3]
. God!
[4] May ilang pagkakataon na, kahit palitan ang bansag, hindi ginagamit ang bagong pangalan nito kundi bumabalik lagi sa lumang katawagan, tulad ng Katipunan Avenue o Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, ayon sa pamahalaan ng Quezon City.
[5] Sa bisa ng desisyon ng Board of Regents noong nakaraang buwan, binago ang pangalan ng College of Business Administration sa UP Diliman tungong Cesar Virata School of Business (VSB) noong 2013. Sinalubong ito ng mga protesta dahil umano sa mga problemang legal at moral hinggil sa pagpapangalan ng isang institusyon kay Virata, na kawing sa alaala ng diktaduryang Marcos.
Nakukwestyon ang pagpapangalan ng isang institusyon kay Virata dahil sa integridad niyang tigmak ng dugo ng mga taong lumaban at pinaslang sa ilalim ng Martial Law.
[3] Noong 2011, nagpanukala ang isang kongresista
sa kamara ng House Bill 5422 o ang pagpapapalit ng
pangalan ng Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue (EDSA)
tungo Cory Aquino Avenue. Bagamat walang balita kung
matagumpay na napalitan o hindi, may mga implikasyon
ang pagpapalit ng katawagan sa isang lugar na lunan ng
mga makasaysayang pangyayari.
Pinuna ito ng mga tao sa rason na ang diwa umano
ng makasaysayang 1986 EDSA Revolution ay lalabnaw
kung ipapangalan lamang ito sa iisang tao. Higit pang
mapapalabnaw, kung matuloy man ang pagbabago, ang
papel ng masang Pilipino na lumahok sa pagpapatalsik sa
mapaniil na diktaduryang Marcos.
July 27, 2038
Araw ng Pagbabalik
[2] Panukala ngayon ng Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino
(KWF) na gamitin ang salitang Filipinas at pigilin ang
paggamit sa Pilipinas upang malutas ang suliranin ng
pambansang pagkalito.
Ngunit maraming mga samahang linggwistika at
institusyon ang tumutol sa panukala ng KWF sa rason
na ito ay akto ng pagsasakop muli ng kolonistang
Espanya sa kamalayang Pilipino, bukod pa na ang
hakbang na ito ay impraktikal at hindi napapanahon.
Mahalagang suriin kung ang tangkang pagwaksi
sa balarilang Filipino ay sumasalamin sa realidad at
kalagayan ng wikang pambansa ng Pilipinas.
[1] Batbat ang lipunang Pilipino ng mga samut
saring mga pagbabago sa kasaysayan. Napapailalim
sa mariing pagsusuri ang mga sunod-sunod na
rebisyon na pumupuno sa dahon ng kasaysayan
upang matiyak ang saysay nito.
Hindi absoluto o ganap ang pagkakasulat ng
kasaysayan, mangyaring tingnan ang kasaysayan
bilang isang kimpal ng luwad na hinuhulma sa
ibat ibang hugis at anyo. Palaging nagbabago ang
hugis at anyo.
Walang palya talaga, isang inch lang ang iniuusad ng mga
sasakyan kada minuto, siksikan pa rin ang mga kotse
kahit 12 na ang lanes. Hindi pa rin nasolusyonan ng
government ang trafc problem kahit tinakpan na nila
lahat ng squatters area dito.
Told the driver to take another route. He thought of
going to Katips
[4]
kung saan ako napapagimik dati nung
college pa ako. Bago pa man mawala ang opportunity,
sinabihan ko na rin siyang dumaan sa Unibersidad ng
Filipinas
[5]
. Ang simpleng pag-uwi ko ngayon ay naging
pagkakataon para sa isang quick nostalgia trip.
Sa Katips, nagsisitaasan at nagsisilakihan na lahat ng mga
buildings. Its become one gigantic shopping district! From
end to end you can see nothing but shopping malls! Tis is the
new Maximo Zobel de Ayala Mega Business District
[6]
, by the
way.
Sa UF, trafc pa rin sa loob pero malawak na ang tracks
ng UF-Pascual AGT-X (University of
Filipinas Alfredo Pascual Automated Guideway
Transit Extension). Wala na palang mga jeepneys sa
loob ng university. Naging matagumpay pala ang expansion
ng tracks ng UF-Pascual AGT-X last 2015 at umaabot na
pala ito ngayon hanggang Cavite, pagmamalaki sa akin ni
manong.
Andami ring bagong mga institutions dito na may bago
ring mga pangalan
[7]
. Ang College of Mass Communication
is now home to the Vilma Santos Institute for Multimedia
and the Dramatic Arts. Ang College of Arts and Letters
naman, home to the Carlo J. Caparas Institute for Multi-
dimensional Creative Writing na. Ang dating shopping
center, dinemolish para sa Diversifed Sy-Cojuangco
Students Mall, at marami pang iba.
It was night time when I got to my old house in Villa Villar
subdivision in East Avenue. Renovated na pala ang buong
bahay kung kaya nagmukha itong bagong tayo. No more
cracks on the wall which I still remember when I was a child. I
felt so estranged sa puntong hindi ko na maramdaman kung
bahay ko pa ba ito o hindi.
Sadyang napakaraming nagbago sa bansang ito sa ilang
decades ng pagkawala ko. Pakiramdam ko tuloy na ibang
bansa na ang pinuntahan ko, parang nagbago ang mukha ng
Filipinas. Tulad rin ng una kong punta sa USA noon, mahirap
sa una ang pagtanggap ngunit pagtagal naman ay madali na
akong nakapag-adjust.
Its still fascinating to see Filipinas full of shopping
malls, high rise condominiums, hotels, casinos, at marami
pang ibang buildings. Tiyak, dahil dito, lalakas ang economy
natin compared sa mga ibang bansa. Kaya saan man ako
mapatingin, its full of progress and development!
In this forever changing world, hindi naman mahirap
mabuhay kapag umuunlad ito
[8]
.
Illustration : Ysa Calinawan
Page design : Jerome Tagaro
Lorenzo Magbanglo
11
12
The Buttery
Efect
Colleen Abesamis
THEY ARE GLITTERING
royalties.
Te lethargy of the afternoon
dissipated as they strutted along
the streets, waving and smiling,
their rainbow banners draped in
invitation. Placards condemning
homosexuality were held up right
beside them, threatening to rain on
their parade. Yet these only attracted
more photographers and television
crews who scramble for the wires of
their bulky cameras.
Tis is a usual scene during the
UP Pride March, an annual parade
held as a celebration of the LGBT
communitys struggle for equal
rights. Tis purpose glows not only
throughout the march but also in
the organization that spearheaded it
on campusthe UP Babaylan.
Open to All
A beautiful advocacy usually
starts out dark and awry.
In 1992, several frat men beat
up a gay resident at the Narra
Residence Hall. Tis triggered the
inception of a support group known
as the UP Bakla ng Bayan Lumalaban
or UP Babaylan. Te group, then
headed by Venir Cuyco, grappled
for recognition as a university
organization and succeeded in
December of 1992.
Indeed, UP Babaylan has come a
long way and is now known as the
premier LGBT student organization
in the country and currently home
to 47 resident members.
Its logo rainbow-colored
butterfy wings of a butterfy spread
behind the oblationsymbolizes
service to the people and freedom,
not only of expression, but also over
ones sexual identity. Although it is
dedicated to the LGBT community,
it is not an exclusive organization.
It welcomes everyone, even its
heterosexual supporters.
Seeking Equality
Society tends to oppress and
ostracize those who stray from the
norm. Tis is what propels Babaylan
into action: that discrimination
should be addressed and that
communities must recognize the
LGBT populations role in seeking
social justice.
When its anniversary week
whisked by, educational discussions
(EDs), fashion shows, and flm
showings were held, seeking to
shatter unfair portrayals and harsh
stereotypes often attributed to the
LGBT advocacy.
With the aid of UP Babaylan,
the LGBT studies section of the
UP Diliman Gender Ofce and
the Gender and LGBT Studies
and Literature Section of the UP
Center for Womens Studies Library
have been institutionalizedtwo
avenues that will enrich the students
awareness of the LGBT and shelter
the members of the community
from further discrimination and
prejudice. It also campaigns for the
implementation of university policies
that protect the rights of LGBTs.
Outside campus, the UP Babaylan
also joins in the Manila Pride March
and is part of the National LGBT
Student Organization Network.
Singh also recently attended a
United Nations seminar that drafted
the needed policies and programs for
gender equality around the world.
We want to set an example, so those
outside campus can also get accepted for
who they are, Singh added.
More than a March
Under the wings of Babaylan,
many LGBTs are now learning to
take fight. Aware of their struggles
and taking pride in their sexual
identity, these people are leaving
their cocoons, sliding away from
their insecurities.
We want to encourage them
to treat Babaylan as their comfort
zone. We know how difcult it is to
not be out in the family, so here in
Babaylan we want to become their
family. We support our members
not only in their sexual orientation,
but in all problems they encounter,
Singh elaborates.
Trough its support, Babaylan
has nurtured student leaders who
have become the torchbearers
of its cause. Te support of the
UP Diliman University Student
Councils gender committees was
fortifed, and the UP Pride Week is
now a usual sight, evidence of the
organizations triumphant eforts
to drumbeat LGBT advocacy in
mainstream consciousness.
At least now, three years after
the annual Pride March, we can see
the growing number of supporters.
Its a nice sign, because even though
we havent reached full acceptance
yet, at least we get growing support
from the student, said 2012
UPD USC Councilor and Babaylan
member Pat Bringas.
But the victory of the LGBT
community does not end in the Pride
March. Te march is but a means to
garner the attention of the public, to
make them notice and recognize the
undeniable presence of the LGBT
community, not just in UP, but all
over the world.
Teir victory comes through
unity, not just with members of
the LGBT community, but with all
the sectors of society who can also
forward and support their cause.
Because, indeed, social struggles,
even those relating to gender
and sexuality, are not fought
singlehandedly, but through
collective action.
While fortifying policies and
forwarding awareness-raising
measures to strengthen the
LGBT community, UP Babaylan
now faces the challenge to further
UP Babaylans Rally for Gender
Awareness through Collective Action
strengthen links outside the LGBT
communitywith other
student organizations
and institutions,
government agencies,
and even the religious
rightin order to
claim greater
victories for the
LGBT cause.
And while
the Pride March
has been the
traditional procession
of LGBTs, UP
Babaylan thus possesses
the potential to also march
with other members of the UP
community and the larger
societyfor, indeed, the
most genuine and most
lasting of changes are
those won by collective
action.
Illustration : Rosette Abogado
Page design : Jerome Tagaro
TAMBAYAN 101
Walang matambayan? Halikat kilalanin ang bawat
organisasyon sa unibersidad at ang kanilang mga
samut saring kuwento malay mo, maisipan mo pang
maging bahagi ng kanilang kasaysayan.
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Liwanag sa Dilim
Pagpasok sa komunidad sa ilalim ng Tullahan Bridge
Kim Pauig & Jiru Rada
Page design: Jan Andrei Cobey
Dalawa hanggang
tatlong araw lang
nakakasama ni Aling
Editha ang kaniyang
asawa dahil sa Makati
pa ang pagawaang
pinapasukan nito.
Mag-isa niyang
inaalagaan sa ilalim
ng tulay ang kanilang
dalawang-buwang
sanggol na anak. Ang
5x6 talampakang
barung-barong na gawa
sa tarapal at playwud
na ang kamumulatan ng
sanggol.
Ang 3x2
talampakang
pintuan ang
nag-uugnay
sa anim na
pamilyang
taga-loob
kung tawagin
at sa mga
naninirahan sa
ilalim ng tulay
sa labas
mundong
nasisilawan
ng liwanag
ng araw.
Tahimik na naglalaro sa cellphone ang
isa sa mga anak ni Mang Jimmy. Ito
lamang ang paraan upang makontak
sila ng mga tao sa labas ng komunidad.
Nagtitiyagang
magbasa ang isa
sa mga anak ni
Mang Jimmy gamit
ang nag-iisang
bumbilya ng
kanilang bahay.
Pansamantala
siyang tumigil sa
pag-aaraln dahil
hindi sapat ang
perang kinikita
ng kaniyang
mga magulang
upang mapag-aral
silang limang
magkakapatid.
Napilitang manirahan sa dilim ang pamilya ni Mang
Jimmy matapos ang hagupit ng Habagat noong
nagdaang taon. Halos isang taon na ang nagdaan, hindi
pa rin sapat ang kita niya sa paglalako sa tabi ng kalsada
para makaupa ng bahay.
Walang katiyakan kung kailan tuluyang paaalisin ang anim
na pamilyang naninirahan sa ilalim ng Tullahan Bridge.
Walang sariling linya ng kuryente ang mga residente, kaya
gaya ng iba pa nilang mga pangangailangan, nabubuhay
sila sa paghihintay ng pagkakataong mabahagian ng kahit
kaunting liwanag.
KAMUSTA NA KAYO?
Balita ko nawalan daw kayo
ng tirahan. Napanood ko sa TV
noong isang araw na nagkaroon ng
demolisyon diyan sa North Triangle,
Quezon City. Nagkaroon ba ng gulo?
Binato ba nila kayo o binomba ng
tubig? May mga nasaktan ba sa
inyo? Lilipat na nga raw kayo ng
tirahan sa ibang lugar. Malapit ba ito
sa pinagtatrabahunan niyo? Baka
naman delikado at malayo sa bayan.
Napansin ko nga rin ang
kumakalat ngayong komento ng
isang kilalang celebrity host sa
mga networking site tungkol sa
inyong relokasyon. Bakit daw kayo
kailangang i-baby, gayong marami raw
sa amin ang naghahanapbuhay para
makaipon ng pambayad sa bahay at
buwis? Sa inyo raw napupunta ang
perang pinaghirapan namin.
Nakakalungkot isipin na may
mga ganitong pananaw galing sa
mga kilalang personalidad, lalo na sa
iniidolo mo. Maaari itong makaapekto
sa pananaw ng mga tagasubaybay nila.
Buti na lang, hindi ako kabilang doon.
Hindi ko maintindihan kung bakit
hindi nila maunawaan ang paghihirap
na dinaranas niyo walang maayos na
tirahan, pang-araw-araw na pagkain,
sapat na edukasyon, at maayos
na programang pangkalusugan.
Binabatikos nila ang pagbibigay
ng panibagong tirahan para sa
inyo, samantalang kami, walang
natatanggap. Ni minsan hindi siguro
sila nagawi sa lugar niyo.
Nakita na kaya nila kung paano
kayo itinataboy sa sarili niyong bahay
gamit ang tear gas, tubig at hanay ng
mga pulis na may bitbit na batuta?
Siguro hindi pa nila naramdaman ang
kaba at takot ng pakikipag-gitgitan o
di kaya mabugbog at pagtulungan.
Sana ganoon lang kadali
magbagong-buhay sa ibang lugar,
kasing bilis ng pagtataboy sa inyo sa
mga tirahan niyo.
Kailanman, hindi ako naniwala
na kasalanan ang maging mahirap.
Malay lang siguro ako na hindi sapat
ang mga pagkakataon para mai-ahon
niyo ang sarili sa kahirapan. Marami
ang hindi nakapagtapos ng pag-aaral
samantalang hindi naman nagawang
makapag-aral ng iba. Bunga nito,
walang sapat na trabaho para sa
kanila, kahit buong buhay mo pa ang
igugol mo para makaahon sa hirap.
Sa kabilang banda naniniwala ako
na kung bibigyan kayo ng pagkakataon
na iraos ang inyong sarili sa kahirapan,
hindi niyo na kailangan pang suungin
ang dahas ng pakikipag-salpukan sa
mga taong pinagtatabuyan kayo sa
inyong mga tahanan.
Ang bilis natin manghusga sa
ating mga kapwa. Marahil kailangan
lang nating maranasan ang buhay na
kinsasadlakan nila upang lubos na
maunawaan ang kahulugan nito.
Maralitang may lupa
Ali
Kailanman,
hindi ako
naniwala na
kasalanan
ang maging
mahirap
MIDDLE KIOSK, EAST WING,
Palma Hall isa ito sa mga tinuri
kong home address sa UP. Hindi
bababa sa apat na oras ang biyahe
pauwing probinsya kaya madalas sa
Kalilayan ang inuuwian ko.
Kalilayan ang organisasyong
nagbubuklod sa mga iskolar na
galing sa probinsya ng Quezon. Dito
nagsasama-sama ang mga malalalim
mag-Tagalog, ang mga mahihilig sa
pansit habhab at langgonisa, pati
na rin ang ilang die-hard fans ni Ebe
Dancel.
Nakatutuwang isipin na kahit
halos isat kalahating dipa lang
ang lapad ng tambayan, napuno
ito ng mga samut saring alaala ng
aming probinsya. Mula sa walang
katapusang UPCAT reviews sa mga
high school students taga-Quezon
hanggang sa mga naglalakihang quiz
bees at lecture seminars, walang
humpay na nagsilbi ang Kalilayan sa
kaniyang mga kababayan.
Naging saksi ang mga tambayang
ito sa mga namuong pagkakaibigan
at pag-iibigan, sa umpugan ng mga
ideya at pananaw, maski sa pagbuo
at pagkamit ng mga pangarap.
Nakatanim sa dalawang dekada
nitong kasaysayan sa Bulwagang
Palma ang paglilingkod sa bayan.
Kalakip ng mga taong inilagi nito sa
tambayan ay ang mga alaalang bitbit
namin kahit saan.
Ngunit sa mahigit 30 taon
nitong pagkabuhay sa pamantasan,
nabulabog ang Kalilayan sa
pagkawala ng kaniyang tirahan sa
Bulwagang Palma. Dito sa UP, hindi
ko inakalang mawawalan ako ng
tahanan.
Sa pagpatak ng taong 2011
nagsimulang lamunin ng anay
ang mga haligi ng tambayan.
Kinalawang na ang bubungan nito,
unti-unting bumigay ang pundasyon
at isa-isang nalaglag ang mga bahagi
nito. Naging mapanganib na ang
tumambay sapagkat nagbadya ang
pagguho at tuluyang pagkawasak ng
aming munting tirahan.
Pinilit namin itong ibalik sa
dati at ipinaayos upang higit pang
mapatibay. Naniwala kaming hindi
ito mabubuwag ng mga anay. Ilang
bagyo na rin ang nagpatunay sa
katatagan nito. Ilang beses kaming
nakipag-usap sa admin, at hiniling
na muling mapaayos ang nasisirang
tahanan.
Pagtagal, naramdaman namin
ang hangganan ng aming paglaban.
Hindi anay o ano mang peste ang
sumira sa tambayan. Winasak ito ng
bulok na patakaran.
Ang pagkasira ng aming
tambayan ang naging dahilan
upang tuluyan kaming mapaalis
sa Bulwagang Palma. Hindi naging
sapat ang anumang paggiit sa
aming karapatan sa espasyong
aming inalagaan. Para sa mga
organisasyong tubong-Palma lang
daw ang espasyo na kinatatayuan ng
aming naaagnas na tambayan.
Matinding problema ng mga
organisasyon sa unibersidad ang
pagkakaroon ng tambayan. May
ilang suwerte na nabigyan ng kubo
sa ilang kolehiyo, air-conditioned
room o di kayay mga sulok ng gusali
na hindi nadadaanan. Ngunit hindi
kami kabilang doon.
Sa tinagal-tagal na panahon
na namalagi ang tambayan sa
Bulwagang Palma, malamang mas
mahihigitan pa nito ang mga taong
nagpaalis sa amin.
Higit pa ang pagkawala ng
tambayan ang naranasan ng
Kalilayan nang mapaalis kami sa
Bulwagang Palma. Ngunit sa kahit
anumang samahan, mabubuo ang
tahanan kahit sa ilalim ng ibang
bubungan.
B1, Cluster B, Tambayan
Complex, Vinzons Hill minsan
sa may Palma namalagi ang
Kalilayan. Ngunit mabilis lumipas
ang kahapon, at ito na ang bagong
tambayan ngayon.
Minsan sa may Kalilayan
Jiru Rada
Ngunit
sa kahit
anumang
samahan,
mabubuo
ang
tahanan
kahit sa
ilalim ng
ibang
bubungan
OPINYON PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN BIYERNES, HULYO 12, 2013 14
Ze late edisyun!
Haruwa mga juwa! Biyernes na imbyerna! Patawad sa mga naghihintay
ng mga crispylicious juicylicious chika-joy. Ajujuju. Sabaw na talaga ang head
biyotch niyo sa ivory tower and you wouldnt belieeeeve whats happening
up here, down thereespecially down there where all magical unicorns and
leprechauns freely interbreed with each other charararat! Sorry for the non-
coherence but Im certainly lost with all the lack of sleep and cheughrge.
Up here
Sinetch iteng kuluterogue na ito na nag-out sa kanyang new sex-shun
via book of feces. Sabi ni kuluterogue wholesomely aroooound 11 ng gabi
kay ate: inlababo na ako kay newly act-sexted mate natin. I even listen
to Britney Spears to make aketch feel pretty. Si ate naman, kebs lang at
although na-awkwardan ay mukang lumalayo layo na kay koya kapag nasa
opis. May friction teh? You jelly? What she doesnt know, iz we was, we were,
ah-hohoho. I am so sorry, koya! A set-up!!! Naf*ck lang este nahack lang si
kuluterogue keri? Log-out log-out din kasi sa fez bukbukins pag may time.
Ahahaha
Down dur
In a jeepney to the opis, nakakita kamo tong lolo mo ng magsyota na
sobrang makaPDA ang isang koya as in Pleeeez Duwit Agens. Si ateng is keri
lang even if koya is almost playing tongue twister on the various holes on her
face and other parts of the body. Who could blame koya nga naman when
ang kanyang pekpek este perfect girlfriend ay walang magawa kung hindi
mapanggap na mukang hiyang-hiya. Naku girl ha, I know nakamot ang iyong
itch! Especially ng tinanong na ni koya out loud with at least ten passengers
in the jeep: Kung zombie ako anong parte ng katawan mo ang gusto mong
KAININ ko? And then. Kroo kroo kroo. Kainan pala haaaa, how about
makikain ako jan? Sarap niyong panuorin eh!
Down dur dur
Eto nakakaloka, on another jipney ride may isang koya na sumakay at
attire from the College of taong kin-etits. He sat down at soon, mga beks, he
was scratching his C*CKfrom the inside! Whats funny is ay nung inaabot
niya na ang sukli sa katabi niya, bigla itong sumigaw ng PARAAAA. More
like saraaaaaap ang aking nabanggit from the inside mga gurl! More! hahaha
Oh yan lang mga chikadur ko sa inyo maylabs. Kita-tits sa inyo next week
for a more masarap and mainit na pasabog. Om nom nom.
Anong masasabi mo sa panukalang muling pahintulutan ang mga US
military bases sa bansa?
ou. 2008-*81*1
pabor po ako sa pagbubukas ulit ng mga base-militar ng mga amerikano sa
ating bansa. Pero sana ma-regulate to ng ating gobyerno at magamit para sa
ating advantage, not the other way around :) 11-09**4 AFAN BSCE
More rape victims in Clark. 201109237 ARNOLD BSME
Kung ikaw ang writer ng My Husbands Lover, ano ang pwede
mong gawin para maging katanggap-tanggap ang kwento sa
simbahang Katoliko?
Ang pagmamahal ay walang pinipiling kasarian. Ang Panginoon ay
marunong tumanggap ng buong pagkatao. SCMP BSCD 2010*886*
s question 2, sna gawing pari s denis trillo s ending, 4 sure tangap n ng mga
pari at papa mu un. Wahaha. 2006-24568
Magcacast ako ng isang buong kumbento para matanggap nila ang
katotohanan.ganda kaya ng tambalang Tom-Dennis bwahaha 1101517
Comments
pogi ni valmayor #9 ng football team. wooh!!!! 2010-4**** BA CW
hi buko! natanggap mo ba yung ko? pinabigay ko kay kuya guard ng vinzons
jejeje 2012-6**5* BS ChE
YSA CALINAWAN I LOVE YOU! -pata circa 2007
maganda sana yung cover pero hindi ko masyadong naintindihan. parang
kulang pa sa data.
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#BeTeOneToJoinTeFun
Te UP DOST Scholars
Association invites you to attend its
applicants orientation. It will be at
the Kamia Multi-Purpose Hall on
July 10, 2013.
For more info contact:
Arnold 09058611005
#JoinUPDOSTSA
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You can also visit us @ the
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Rosacea. We are always open for
new applicants throughout the
semester!
UPFI FILM CENTER SCREENINGS
THIS JULY 2013
CINE ADARNA:
Eddie Romero - National Artist Special
Retro screening for Te Passionate
Strangers to relive the legacy of one
of the countrys six National Artists
for Film
July 12 Fri 5 p.m.
Pete Lacaba
UP Gawad Plaridel Awardee 2013
Screening of Brockas another
masterpiece, Bayan Ko: Kapit sa Patalim,
in honor of its acclaimed screenplay by
this years recipient of UP Gawad Plaridel
for Outstanding Media Practitioners
July 22 Mon 2:30 and 5 p.m.
VIDEOTHEQUE:
Tribute to Danny Zialcita
UP Film Institute continues its
retrospective in honor of the memory of
one of Philippine cinemas most hailed
master directors
July 19 Fri 2:30/4:30/6:30 p.m.
Cinemalibre Film Club Screening with
CINEPHILES!
July 20 Sat 12:30 p.m. onwards
Eddie Romero - National Artist Special
More features for the special to relive
the legacy of one of the countrys six
National Artists for Film
July 25 Turs & 29 Mon 5/7 p.m.
For the Learned Film Buf
Random picks for a screening that
flm bufs may truly enjoy
July 30 Tue 5 p.m. onwards
University of the Philippines
Film Institute
(Member, CILECT/International
Association of Film and Television
Schools)
flminstitute.upd.edu.ph
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