The effect of ME Law enforcement on education, employment and safety
September 02,2014 12:58 AM
By: Dr. Rex Casiple
THE latest survey conducted on 25 higher education institutions (HEIs) in Western Visayas offering engineering programs showed that the engineering discipline ranked 5th among the 10 disciplines in higher education in terms of enrolment.
Out of four traditional engineering programs, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering ranked 3rd in terms of enrolment and graduates.
Rain in Spain
September 02,2014 12:56 AM
By: Modesto P. Sao-noy
“THE rayn in Spayn staiys maynly in the playn”. Remember this cockney English in the musical “My Fair Lady” and the tongue twisting comedy? Well, the rain in Spain did not stay mainly in the plain. It did not rain in Spain at all. It was all sunny there last week and the roar was not from the thunder but the voices of football fans.
September 02,2014 12:54 AM
By: Juan L. Mercado
BRAZIL today loses less than 6,000 square kilometers of forests – down from 20,000 a decade back, the Economist reports. It spearheads the Amazon Region Protected Areas which is 20 times Belgium’s size. This is the “transition curve, a turning point in a seemingly irreversible deforestation.”
Widow’s Mite Village by Jake
September 02,2014 12:52 AM
By: Lucell Larawan
A VISIONARY friend from San Diego California, Jacob “Jake” R. Quimpo, enlightened me with his philanthropic project—the Widow’s Mite Village. The concept comes from the Biblical allusion in Luke 21: 1-3 which tells of Jesus commending a widow for giving in the temple treasury all she had to live on.
‘I can forgive but I can’t forget’
September 02,2014 12:50 AM
By: Alex P. Vidal
“Mistakes are always forgivable, if one has the courage to admit them.” – Bruce Lee
WHAT happened to Virgilio Orquiola early morning on August 31, 1996 or 18 years ago will forever be etched in his memory.