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UnbelievaBOHR year. by Lois Baguio on Mar 29, 2013Since I've already know more than half of the class, I'm pretty sure my junior year with would be a blast specially I'm with my friends again for another year. Did I mention that this is the only school year that we didn't had an "open forum" that pr...



A Lecture on Writing for the Masses by Dr. Rolando Tolentino | March 6, 2013 by The Intersections & Beyond on Mar 3, 2013* click the image for larger view * The Likhaan: UP Institute of Creative Writing’s (ICW) Panayam Lecture Series returns this month with “PAGSULAT PARA SA MASA: ISANG BALIK- AT TUNGONG-TANAW SA ISANG PAG-IBIG” by award-winning writer/criti...



6th Histoire Mondiale Film Festival Official Entry! FIVE by Lois Baguio on Feb 21, 2013I'm begging for supports guys! Please support our short film entitled "Five" it's a story of five friends that went on a party, but one of them was murdered. Who got secrets? Who has intentions? Who is cheating? Who will prevail justice?5 Friends4 Su...



Looks Like A Perfect Mess: A Story Behind Buying Books by on Oct 10, 2012I acquire good and rare books almost every week. I don't have anymore space for all my books. But there's a story wrapped in every buying. Around mid-August 2012, I saw an interesting book that caught my attention at Bestsellers Bookstore...



HAPPY 1st ANNIVERSARY!!! by The Social Scientist on Dec 19, 2011A year ago, December 20, 2010, The Social Scientist first went online.I could barely remember the specific circumstances which led me to start this blog. All I know is that all of a sudden, I have a huge surplus of time and an oozing energy to write.



On Social Sciences and the “Normalization” of LGBTs by Pinoy LGBT on Oct 29, 2011Labelling, as many people say, makes the world a predictable and easier place to live in. In the world of Psychology (and even in Sociology), every kind of behavior has a label. If one is not within the “normal” range, … Continue re...



The Next Dominoes (2 of 4) by The Social Scientist on Feb 4, 2011"Hey! I shout better than you! Down with Mubarak!"They’ve all been ruled by despots. This is what Tunisia and Egypt had in common. Both  Ben Ali and Mubarak have been in power for more than 30 years. And getting through more than 30 years in p...



The Next Dominoes (1 of 4) by The Social Scientist on Feb 3, 2011First, Tunisia. Then Egypt. Who's next?(Photo created and owned by blog author)They are falling one by one.Popular uprisings toppling one dictator after another in a domino affect whose time is precise and perfect, its almost as if they’re coordina...



The Great Leap Upward by The Social Scientist on Dec 31, 2010SM Sea Residences in Pasay CityWalking along the brightly-lit alleys of SM Mall of Asia with my girlfriend, I noticed the construction going on in the other side of the street -- the SEA Residences. It is a really big real estate property composed of...



2010: A Year to Forget? by The Social Scientist on Dec 27, 2010Miss Universe 2010 4th runner up Maria Venus Raj and the Philippine Azkals2010.It's amazing how a word which is spelled by only four digits would hold a lot of events that changed human society, especially for the Philippines. A lot has happened in o...