“Assaulted, betrayed” written by Michael L. Tan, Inquirer, 21 Oct 2016 #Lakbayan2016 #universityofthephilippines #UPDiliman


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                    “Assaulted, betrayed”

written by Michael L. Tan, Inquirer, 21 October 2016

      “For a week now, UP Diliman has been hosting some 3,000 visiting scholars lecturing and interacting with students in their areas of expertise: history, anthropology, political science, the arts, literature, even engineering and architecture.

        “But they are a different breed of scholars—not holders of academic degrees (some have never even been in formal schools), yet steeped in wisdom acquired from facing challenge and adversity in life. Listening to them, many of whom are even more articulate and eloquent than some of our faculty members, I wondered what it would have been like if they did go through formal schooling, and got the degrees to append to their names.

         “The “Lakbayan ng mga Pambansang Minorya,” a caravan of national minorities, is unprecedented. Never in our…

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