Raymund Magno Garlitos


Disposal Dilemma

Land dispute precipitates a possible garbage crisis for Bulacan, Metro Manila   NOBODY LIKES TO listen to trash talk, but...

September 17, 2017


Are We Safe?

Yes, according to the disaster risk reduction and management office of Metro Manila’s largest city DISASTERS, BOTH natural and man-made, are...

September 10, 2017


Cool Cats go to College

  STUDENTS OF DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY (DLSU) along Taft Avenue in Manila are familiar with their four-legged “schoolmates” hanging around...

August 27, 2017


Heroic Hounds head to Haven

Dog lovers come to the rescue and give retired K-9s a new home   NOT ALL DOGS are destined to become...

August 27, 2017


A Class Act

In one of the remotest barangays, a teacher dreams for his students by building a school for them In E....

August 6, 2017


SONA: State of the Nation’s Aptitude (for reading)

Are Filipino kids still reading in this era of digital disruption?   EVERY THIRD TUESDAY of July, the National Children’s...

July 23, 2017


A Higher Calling

A pillar of the flying industry shares ideas on making the country Asia’s aviation hub   AVELINO DL. ZAPANTA boasts...

July 9, 2017


Leading Children to Mother Nature

Tony Oposa: Earth’s leading litigator teaches us the LAW of life ATTORNEY Antonio Oposa, Jr. is an old soul with...

July 2, 2017


Genuine Reformist

Rafael ‘Ka Paeng’ Mariano aims to bring true agrarian reform to his fellow farmers   WHEN Rafael Vitriolo Mariano took office...

June 25, 2017


Father, Honor Thy Son

The wake of First Lieutenant John Frederick “Jeff” Sagmit Savellano of the Philippine Navy-Marines could be best described as uncharacteristically...

June 18, 2017