Those who were born between 1997-2021 are part of Generation Z (also known as Gen Z, iGen, or centennials). Raised in the age of the internet, this generation is composed of true digital natives. They grew up on Facebook, dwell on Twitter, flex on Instagram, and are currently obsessed with Tiktok. Social media is this … Continue reading Gen Z: The space we rule, the power we hold
Marist School Marikina has been known to be an all-boys educational institution for over 50 years, and the first instance of female students enrolling in its day high program was when a co-educational system was implemented for senior high school in 2016. But last March 8, 2021, the school announced the shift to co-ed from … Continue reading The Environment Changes
Nobody is a stranger to the desperate measures taken to achieve a new normal with more than a year since the Philippines’ first lockdown. While essential services continue to operate, schools and offices also resume their operations using different adaptive methods. With the system blending offline and online workloads, so are the offline and online … Continue reading Digital workload: A call for solidarity
As we venture into the new year, we hope for a change. We yearn for something different from what we’ve encountered last 2020. Yet, things that we have witnessed before seem to happen again as there have been attempts to silence dissent and opposition once more. In a letter publicized last January 18, the current … Continue reading Let the youth be the leaders they want to be
The past year will always be remembered as a time filled with trials and tragedies that have affected us economically, physically, and mentally. It filled us with worry for our health and public safety, giving us a picture of a bleak future with the circumstances that we faced: from Taal volcano’s eruption in Batangas that … Continue reading Kaya pa ba?