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IMELDA’S NEW YORK STAND-IN: WHERE IS SHE NOW?

By: Ruben Carranza Source: Facebook “She is described as a demure, quiet-spoken woman who served Imelda Marcos in New York as a personal, confidential aide. What the new Philippine Government would like to know is where she is and exactly what it was she did. “Vilma H. Bautista, a $3,000-a-month first secretary at the Philippine […]

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Martial Law Stories: Remembering

By: Jo-Ann Q. Maglipon Source: Positively Filipino It’s funny what one remembers. My friend Tony Tagamolila was the Collegian editor-in-chief. I no longer recall any of the feisty editorials he wrote and I cannot tell you what moves he made at the Diliman campus to make him a legend there, but Tony got himself elected […]

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