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“We believe that education is a right, and if the government does not provide subsidy to education, government is violating human rights.”
Out of 7 140, 94 percent or 6 712 voted yes while only 5. 27 percent or 376 students said no.
by Ma. Nina Pamela Castro [UPDATED] The UP Diliman University Council (UC) motioned on Monday to review the proposed General […]
There’s a new “M” in the college.
As repeated chants resonated among thousands converging at one end of Luneta Park, a certain participant of the day’s protest preached of his own take on the PDAF and Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) as well as his presidential dream to passers-by and picnic-goers relaxing on the other end.
Our countrymen are tired of seeing band aid after band aid put upon the deep wounds of our energy insufficiency.
by Bei Zamora and Arianne Christian Tapao Edgar does not believe in Yeshua or in any god. But all for […]
by Krysten Mariann Boado Opening its ceremonies with a grand showcase of the Filipino theater tradition of Bodabil, the University […]
by Misty Pegram With the looming weather and the rain already beginning to fall, the few hours preceding the day’s […]
by Denver del Rosario The University of the Philippines Lady Maroons faltered against the De La Salle University Lady […]
As she stepped into the taraflex court after a very long time, elation surged through her body. Every after jump and spike meant everything, especially after recovering from a crucial injury that affected her career last season in the UAAP. For someone like Katherine Bersola whose love is playing volleyball, it was a feeling like no other.
by Denver del Rosario Host school University of the Philippines dominated the University of the East, 25-20, 25-13, 25-21, in […]