Manuel L. Quezon III
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I don’t understand why we have to supress the students’ freedom in writing. Why do they have to expel, strip a graduate of her degree, and give them too much to bear. Nakakaawa ang estudyante pati na ang mga magulang na umaasa sa kanilang pagtatapos sa kolehiyo. If those officials are not guilty of the write ups, why do such things to the student journalists? Mayaman na siya, powerful at nasa tuktok na ng tagumpay. Bigyan natin ng pagkakataon ang mga kabataang maging matuwid at huwag parusahan ng parang wala silang ginawang tama kailanman. Makonsenya naman sana sila.
Has Martial Law been declared and we’re not aware of it?
Worst is they stripped a graduate of her degree. She was also a staff of PLM organ who questioned the lifestyle of the university officials.The school is a chartered university where degree is conferred by a University Council and not by a special SO from DepEd. You can just see how powerful the President is who sits in the Council as Chairman.
what kind of sacrilege na naman ito??
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