Articles by Rachelle Tonelada

Tuesday, 9 August 2022 - PulseNews
FAST FACTS: What was the state of Philippine democracy in the past six years? “Democracies may die at the hands of elected leaders who subvert the very process that brought them to power. [...] Democratic backsliding today begins at the ballot box.”- Steven Levistky and Daniel Ziblatt in How Democracies Die.
Wednesday, 27 July 2022 - PulseNews
SONA 2022 Highlights: President Marcos bares plans for a post-pandemic Philippines In the first full face-to-face State of the Nation Address that the country has seen since the pandemic, President Marcos laid out his plans and priority legislations for the next six years of the country.
Thursday, 14 July 2022 - PulseCommunity
DLS-CSB sends off 690 Benildeans in first F2F graduation in two years “There is this feeling of rekindling lost connection, seeing familiar faces once again adds up to the excitement that we feel now… [The] graduation ceremony has always been an exciting event as we see and congratulate our students,” IDr. Katherine Anne Correa, Chairperson of Interior Design
Friday, 24 June 2022 - Pulse
FAST FACTS: Celebrating Manila, 451 years later Historically envisioned as the locus of national commerce and the epicenter of national economic activity in the Philippines, Manila now celebrates its 451st founding anniversary.
Friday, 29 April 2022 - PulseCommunity
Get election-ready with UP ESC's "Why YOUth: Presidential Interviews” With the objective to promote social consciousness and political participation among the youth in the upcoming national elections, the UP ESC conducted a discourse on the platforms of three presidential aspirants.