Between online education and face-to-face learning
Headlines / Society and Politics

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

Digitization of Books in the National Library, What For?
Arts and Culture / Opinion

Digitization of Books in the National Library, What For?

By Marcus S. Villanueva (not his real name)| Since 2004 the National Library of the Philippines, sometimes an independent institution, sometimes in cooperation of other institutions, and sometimes using outsourcing, has begun to digitize and digitally publish their collection(s). Digitization is basically converting any form of information into a digital format. Indeed, a very, if … Continue reading

NU Pep Squad claims back-to-back UAAP Cheerdance Competition titles
Sports

NU Pep Squad claims back-to-back UAAP Cheerdance Competition titles

By Jj Roque | Defending champions National University (NU) Pep Squad blew away the competition again this year in the annual Universities Athletics Association of the Philippines Cheer Dance Competition (UAAPCDC) at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on Sunday. NU’s Native-American inspired theme scored them an outstanding 677.5 points that won them the gold in the … Continue reading