Seymour B. Sanchez

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Artists fight back in “Tech Tales”

The rise of disinformation and malinformation. Online gender-based violence and non-consensual sharing of intimate images on the internet. Online surveillance and data privacy issues. Blatant attacks and repression of artists, journalists, activists, and members of minority groups. The push for data sovereignty and decentralized data flow.

SDCA Comm students win in issue­-based film tilts

Communication majors from St. Dominic College of Asia (SDCA) recently bagged back-to-back victories at the 3rd Rotary Public Service Announcement (PSA) Festival organized by the Rotary Club of Circuit Makati (RCCM) and the Philippine Commission on Women’s CineJuana Digital Shorts Competition.

Preserving history through films

This year, PHACTO aims to instill the heroism and patriotism of Bulakenyos in the minds of their fellow Filipinos by setting the theme “Bayani ng Kanyang Panahon, Inspirasyon Natin Ngayon” (Hero of His/Her Time, Our Inspiration Today) for the competition. As such, participants were asked to conduct a comprehensive research about Bulakenyo heroes and their contributions to our country’s history.

Thomasians join the filmmaking fray

The University of Santo Tomas is starting to get noticed in terms of filmmaking with three of the school’s recent student works being officially selected and winning in different film festivals in Metro Manila.      

Making the important interesting in nuLab

From a culture of fear instilled among children about science and mathematics to the generally negative portrayal of scientists in mainstream media to many Filipinos in the fields of science and technology eventually seeking greener pastures in other countries, different reasons have been offered to explain why the Philippines does not have enough scientists and engineers.