Friday, June 14, 2024

Literary

Losing Heaven

By Jireh Catacutan | The Sillimanian Magazine In your presence, I am limitless yet tainted and defiled. Far from the days of my innocence, before your...

Unearthed

By Junelie Anthony Velonta | The Sillimanian Magazine Ancient roots exhumed from excavated earth  and soil bacteria from a long-forgotten past, breathe the air of the Anthropocene and...

Siren Stories

By Katinka Angela Visitacion | The Sillimanian Magazine When I received the offer, I was sitting idly somewhere in Cape Cod, rendered too languid from...

Para, Kuya!

By Miranda Beatrice Manalili | The Sillimanian Magazine “Para, kuya!” hailed from a girl much younger than me as I wiped my sweaty palms on...

Two Truths and a Lie

By Kaith Mari Etcuban | The Sillimanian Magazine I’m happy here.  My dream school was Silliman. Silliman is like my home. Do you see the lie? Truth: I’m happy...

Silliman Blues

By Jude Wilter Domen | The Sillimanian Magazine You gave me the Silliman blues, I’d do anything for you. I thought these halls were our home,  though...

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