ANTONIO P. CONTRERAS

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I HAVE no problem when a university, and not only the University of the Philippines (UP), strictly adheres to academic standards of excellence, and expects its students and faculty to uphold those standards before they graduate or get promoted and tenured. However, I have a fundamental problem when a university,…

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IT is easy to be lost in the euphoria of the moment. The Luneta Rally held on April 2, branded as the #PalitBiseRally, organized by volunteers, funded by crowd-sourced money donated by Filipinos all over the world, and enabled by social media activists, has pumped so much good feeling among…

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INDAY (not her real name) has been living in Trinidad and Tobago for the past 10 years with her foreigner husband and their four children. There are about 500 Filipinos living in the Caribbean nation in various sectors, in construction, hospitality, healthcare and domestic work. She was living a peaceful…

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