Senate lobbies for reforms in educational system
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Senate lobbies for reforms in educational system

Jet Bellen  |  Staff Writer   In the 2016 Education Summit, the Senate Committee on Education, Arts, and Culture shared several bills that are aligned with the education sector’s vision and goals, to show its willingness in supporting the plans for reforms in the country’s educational system. Speaking at the opening program of the 2016 … Continue reading

Between online education and face-to-face learning
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Between online education and face-to-face learning

Nicole Ambas  |  Staff Writer   Face-to-face interaction has always been the main foundation of good teaching through the years, but as technology fills every part of human lives, and children tend to lean on technology to help them find the answers to simple everyday questions.  Some parents and educators worry that the brains of … Continue reading

Artists, journalists, remember slain journos
Arts and Culture / Headlines / Society and Politics

Artists, journalists, remember slain journos

John Gabriel Pabico-Lalu  |  Editor-in-Chief Pearl C. Guzman  |  Managing Editor   Local artists and journalists commemorated the 32 lives that were lost in the Ampatuan massacre by raising funds from the sales of an art exhibit, which would support the education of the slain journalists’ children. PintaSayAwit para sa K-32, an exhibition of visual … Continue reading

It’s game time!
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It’s game time!

Barely weeks into the new National Basketball Association season, The Muralla’s provides its own power rankings and other bold predictions for this season. John Gabriel Pabico-Lalu  |  Editor-in-Chief EASTERN CONFERENCE   Cleveland Cavaliers Who else, but the defending world champions? LeBron James wants to and can make it two championships in a row.  Nothing much … Continue reading