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ANGARAY’S TAKE: Secularizing Kaamulan

ANGARAY’S TAKE: Secularizing Kaamulan

By Loreta Sol L. Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/14 March 2018) The tribal wedding I attended this morning ended at almost three o’clock in the afternoon. The ritualists dismissed the newly-wed… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Angaray’s Take: On natural calamities and material culture

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Angaray’s Take: On natural calamities and material culture

By Loreta Sol L. Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY – (BukidnonNews.Net/23 January 2018) In October 2016, I visited the famous Met Museum in New York City and saw for the first time… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS:   Public Outlook: Malaybalay 2018

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Public Outlook: Malaybalay 2018

By Erlow Talatala MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/28 December 2017) In a couple of days, 2017 will come to an end and for me 2018 is not much of an exciting year…. Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Pace of Peace: The heart of peace (Hope)

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Pace of Peace: The heart of peace (Hope)

By Lourdes G. dela Torre, Ph.D The heart of peace is contented with what it possesses in life. The heart of peace knows and upholds human rights The heart of… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS:  When owning land is not enough

BUKIDNON VIEWS: When owning land is not enough

By Loreta Sol L. Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY (BUkidnonNews.Net/06 December 2017) In October, I observed the Indigenous Peoples Month. I posted pictures and articles related to Bukidnon culture and history on… Read more »

TINGOG KABATAN-ONAN:  I Sleep in Peace

TINGOG KABATAN-ONAN: I Sleep in Peace

By Ace Parilla I can hear the clock ticking. This time, I’m certain it’s not a dream. 2:41 AM – some 3 hours earlier than my alarm. Not having much… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Notes on proposed ordinances in Bukidnon province

BUKIDNON VIEWS: Notes on proposed ordinances in Bukidnon province

By Loreta Sol L. Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/03 July 2017)   I was invited to attend the Committee Hearing (Committee on Laws) of the 13th Sangguniang Panlalalwigan Members last June 20,… Read more »

BUKIDNON VIEWS:  Re-discovering the “Kulaman tribe” in Bukidnon

BUKIDNON VIEWS:  Re-discovering the “Kulaman tribe” in Bukidnon

By Loreta Sol L. Dinlayan MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/19 February 2017) –  In 2014, Bukidnon State University launched a coffee table book featuring 64 Bukidnon artifacts from among the hundreds collected… Read more »

PACE OF PEACE:  Education and empowerment through gender and development 

PACE OF PEACE: Education and empowerment through gender and development 

By Lourdes G. dela Torre, Ph.D MARAMAG, Bukidnon (BukidnonNews.Net/30 December 2016) The concerns for Gender and Development has been given emphasis internationally by the Convention on the Elimination of all… Read more »

BEYOND THE FOUR WALLS: Reflecting on the killings for “better Philippines” 

BEYOND THE FOUR WALLS: Reflecting on the killings for “better Philippines” 

By Walter I. Balane MALAYBALAY CITY (29 July) – The world is very opinionated, thanks to social media. Even a nine-year old may now react directly to a shared post… Read more »