RIZAL’S COGENT LEADERSHIP THOUGHT AS A MODEL IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION by Quennie Ann J. Palafox Civil servants play a very important role in public administration as the partners of the government in bringing its affairs to the people, such as delivery of basic services and carrying out its day-to-day-functions. Often, civil continue reading : Rizal’s Cogent Leadership Thought as a Model in Public Administration
TIDBITS ON A BOY NAMED PEPEBy: Ferdinan S. Gregorio Many articles, books, essays and literary materials were written about Jose Rizal’s life, works and ideas, but sometimes we tend to neglect knowing who Pepe was before writing the Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. Knowing Jose Rizal starts by knowing him as a child. continue reading : Tidbits on a Boy Named Pepe
MARIA CLARA AND THE GOLDEN TARABy Peter Jaynul V. Uckung It is still a popular belief that Jose Rizal’s epitome of the Filipina in bloom is Maria Clara. At least, not physically, as we all know she has reddish hair and cotton white skin, Caucasian features that cannot be denied (she is a daughter continue reading : Maria Clara and the Golden Tara
JOSE RIZAL: A HERO-SAINT?by Quennie Ann J. Palafox December 30 of each year marks the nationwide commemoration of the martyrdom of our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. We remember Rizal through floral offerings, flag raising and other activities honouring him. Wherever you go, you may find a Rizal monument, schools, streets, plazas, and other continue reading : Jose Rizal: A Hero-Saint?
OF TREASURES YET UNDISCOVERED Today’s newspapers do not lack for reports about illegal logging, the destruction of corals, or the smuggling of rare animals, all of which are linked to the increasing threat of extinction of rare Philippine animal and plant species. Juxtapose this against a time when the sheer abundance of Philippine forests continue reading : Of Treasures Yet Undiscovered