Month: March 2015

100% Dance Co

Article by: Melissa Dy Anchor: Bernice Delos Reyes Cinematographer: Angelica Cucueco Editor: Rinzin Alling The best dancers make their dances seem easy. Yet, the more effortless the movement looks, the more time and sweat was put into the performance preparation. The members of Dance Company have had to choreograph, learn, and practice 17 different dances in three months. It […]

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From Chechnya, with Love

Article By: Angelo Manaloto On February 27, Boris Nemtsov was shot in the back four times right outside the walls of the Kremlin. Nemtsov was a Russian statesman and liberal politician—a belligerent and outspoken critic to Russian president Vladimir Putin. In the first two weeks near the beginning of March, Putin vanished from the public eye, […]

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Internet Privacy: At the Mercy of the NSA

Article by: Umar Maniku Wikimedia Foundation, the parent company of the famous online encyclopedia service Wikipedia, has sued the US National Security Agency for violating user privacy and the constitutional rights of Wikimedia. According to the foundation, the NSA collects information from internet users in a process called upstream surveillance. This, according to an article on […]

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Tiki-Tanka

Article By: Joshua Emmanuel Tan All of us have written poems, at least in class. Although most of us accept that writing is an art, most would not believe that there is a show solely based on a specific type of poetry. Recently, NHK, a Japanese media company similar to CNN and BBC, featured ISM in […]

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Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle

Article By: Gitika Bose How many times have we used the three words reduce, reuse and recycle? How many of us resort to “recycling” as a solution to most of our environmental problems? It seems that many of us take pleasure in the mere thought of recycling. This is unsurprising, since recycling is essential in improving […]

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