The Surrender of General Malvar as Witnessed by a Lipeña

It is really fascinating when the past is retrieved through reading primary sources such as biographies, letters, and eye-witness accounts as they give substantial information and animate a dry historical … Continue reading The Surrender of General Malvar as Witnessed by a Lipeña

Dr. José Aguilera Losada: Lipa’s first medical doctor and diplomat

The present-day Lipeños probably are unaware that there used to be a street in Lipa called Calle Dr. Losada, named after Don José Losada, a pioneer Filipino physician, and diplomat. … Continue reading Dr. José Aguilera Losada: Lipa’s first medical doctor and diplomat

Columnas Volantes de la Federación Malaya: Lipa’s contribution to Philippine journalism

After Lipa’s liberation from the Spanish forces on June 18, 1898, the town underwent a cultural revival. It was in this atmosphere, in the ardor of the revolution, that brought … Continue reading Columnas Volantes de la Federación Malaya: Lipa’s contribution to Philippine journalism

Outstanding Lipeñas from the Past

In celebration of Women’s Month,  we would like to pay tribute to these empowering Lipeñas who made a mark in local and national history. Soledad Aguilera y Solis was the sister … Continue reading Outstanding Lipeñas from the Past