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Survival: The Ides of March, Colonization of the Philippines, and the Endless Quarantine

I am writing this as St. Patrick's Day is ending and filling up my head with images of snakes fleeing Ireland because of the dear saint's banishment. He preached the Trinity well to the...

Overwhelmed students deserve wellness breaks in this pandemic—and 7 ways to cope!

As I am writing this, our university's wellness break is nearly done. Echoing the clamors of students who were stuck at home for their online classes, and imitating those institutions who went on and...

Being in limbo and not knowing what to do

My interest in Roman Catholic theology started in my years in public elementary school, where catechism classes. I attended all lectures and even took exams even though I initially informed catechists that I am...

Back to my musings

Hi there! It has been a while since my last post and I just had control of my website. After nearly three years in hiatus, many things happened and much has changed but I...

I’m back to writing for a campus paper

Writing for a Campus Paper I started involving myself with campus journalism back in high school when I was appointed to join a campus journalism seminar. Unlike my classmates, that was my first exposure to...

Luther’s movement was more than just religious

Lately, in light of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, I have filled my blog with posts about this movement within the Christian faith and its modern relevance. These posts were stemmed from...

Having Cavies as Pets: From the Laboratory to our Home

Guinea pigs (also known as cuys or cavies) are rodents belonging to the genus Cavia commonly seen as domestic pets in modern households all over the world. They are known to be cute pets,...

I am the Ceaseless Nomad!

It's been years since I last wrote a blog post, and my life has been through many changes. I tried changing my blog's address at WordPress.com. I tried changing my writing style. But they...

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