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Masked violence

Masked violence

    INCIDENTS of violence and discrimination against COVID-19 frontliners are, to say the least, very disturbing. They are, basically, acts of selfishness againts selfless individuals. Nobody wants to be infected by the new coronavirus –that’s a given. Did the people responsible for the violent and discriminatory actions against COVID-19 frontliners really believe that it […]

The new ‘how’

    THE end of the war against COVID-19 is nowhere in sight yet. Experts are saying that the development of a vaccine against the new coronavirus will take at least a year and a half. The development of such vaccine will effectively signal the end of this war. Other measures such as physical distancing […]

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Support our heroes

  IN the current war against COVID-19, our frontline forces are the health workers – doctors, nurses, medical technologists, radiologic technologists, caregivers, and maintenance staff of health facilities. Given the nature of the novel coronavirus, particularly on how it is transmitted from person to person, our health workers are literally putting their lives at stake […]

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Go great with San Beda University Graduate School of Business

  MANY believe that great leaders are destined to succeed because of innate leadership characteristics. However, contemporary studies say otherwise. Nurturing leadership skills and growing them through continuing education is the key to success. In reality, most top CEOs have degrees in several majors. They have a strong academic background that helped them develop discipline, […]

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Driving competence

  PART II THE “paid training” for would-be drivers is seen by many as an anti-poor policy of the LTO. The training provision of LTO, through its planned driving schools of its own, is not free. While LTO is designing these schools to charge lower than their private counter­parts, it will still entail costs to […]

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Individual responsibility to sustainability

  THE 2nd Senator Edgardo J. An­gara Memorial Public Lecture on Public Policy of San Beda University’s The Venerable Bede Distinguished Public Lecture Series scheduled today, February 4, will discuss on combating climate change and its impact, a very timely topic given the recent devastating global disasters at the start of the year 2020 causing […]

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