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In this episode of I've Got An Opinion, Rappler’s podcast on ordinary people with extraordinary views, Rappler's opinion editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with journalism instructor June Ace Esteban, who wrote a piece for Rappler’s Voices called, "Si Robredo, si Gojo, at ang metapora ng anime sa iyong boto."…
 
In this episode of I've Got An Opinion, Rappler’s podcast on ordinary people with extraordinary views, Rappler opinion editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with Rappler intern and UST journalism student Jamilah Angco, who wrote the New School piece "My 'campus' journalism experience." What’s it like being part of UST’s The Varsitarian while stuck at ho…
 
Just like in the case of Hidilyn Diaz, when does moment marketing cross the line from being clever, to being exploitative? In this episode, Rappler opinion editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with Ming Lagman, a content strategist and fitness buff, who has a bone to pick with these kinds of ads.
 
In this episode, Rappler opinion editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with Rappler intern Joaquin Mercado, who wrote a piece on Rappler’s Voices called “I shared the post. Now what?” What are his thoughts on performing his wokeness? And how does he feel about cancel culture?
 
What if you decide not to go to college on purpose? Is that really such a crazy idea? In this episode, Rappler opinion editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with Theryce Bernardo, who wrote a piece on Rappler’s Voices called “Read this before you judge a non-graduate.”
 
What is it like fighting the stereotype of the typical K-pop fan? In this episode, Rappler Opinion editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with Benjo Gutierrez, a hardcore hip-hop head who is also very much a K-pop stan.
 
How difficult was it to leave a career in the media? In this episode, Rappler Opinion editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with Juju Baluyot, who, after many years working in the TV industry, decided to leave for a different career.
 
Has anyone ever asked 'gifted children' how they felt being called that way? Is it praise, or is it pressure? In this episode, Marguerite de Leon talks to former "gifted child" Mikael Angelo Francisco.
 
In this episode of I've Got An Opinion, Rappler Opinion Editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with university student and Rappler volunteer Nics Faller, who believes video games helped strengthen his moral compass. How did that happen, exactly?
 
In this episode, Rappler Opinion Editor Marguerite de Leon talks to 28-year-old development practitioner and youth advocate Wade Eusores, who ran for councilor in his province in 2019. After losing the race, Wade does not want to run for office again. Why not?
 
In this episode, Opinion Editor Marguerite de Leon chats with Laurence Castillo, a UPLB Humanities professor currently in Melbourne for his PhD. They discuss what communism is, exactly.โดย Rappler
 
Opinion Editor Marguerite de Leon chats with Glu Lanuza, a 3rd year biology student. They talk about how holidays can be a nightmare for those with mental health conditions.โดย Rappler
 
In this episode, Rappler's Opinion Editor Marguerite de Leon chats with artist and illustrator Josel Nicolas, who not only makes a living from art, but relies on it during the difficult moments in his life.โดย Rappler
 
Would you quit your corporate job abroad to be a farmer in the Philippines? Most Filipinos would probably want it the other way around. But one young Filipino is proof that it can actually work.โดย Rappler
 
Some Filipinos actually get the chance to leave for 'greener pastures,' do so, and willingly choose to move back here. What goes through their minds when they make that crucial choice?โดย Rappler
 
In this special Buwan ng Wika episode, Rappler Opinion Editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with Ariel Diccion, who teaches Filipino Language and Literature at the Ateneo de Manila University. What are his core beliefs about teaching Filipino?โดย Rappler
 
Many Filipinos – or Asians, for that matter – were told growing up that being a doctor was the best career. You get to save lives, but more importantly, you also get a ton of money and a lifetime of respect. How much of this is true, and how much of it is a trap?โดย Rappler
 
Rappler Opinion Editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with Regina Carla Talaga, whose family is a prominent political name in Quezon province. Why did Talaga choose not to run for office despite a lot of pressure? Let’s find out.โดย Rappler
 
In this episode, Rappler Opinion Editor Marguerite de Leon speaks with Aaron Dimaano, who studied in both Ateneo and the province. What’s his take on the "Big 4" myth? Let’s find out!โดย Rappler
 
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