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by Kimberly C. Villegas Photo by Alanis Magbanua, TNP Resident Photographer Behind every great acting lies a great man of […]
by Teresa Barre and Danielle Isaac The University of the Philippines administration cited miscommunication as a cause of the […]
Broadcast journalist and UP College of Mass Communication alumna Karen Davila downplayed the role of student organizations in a college freshmen welcome assembly held Monday.
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 Andrea Jobelle Adan Relatives, journalists and those who care and remember grip their torches tightly, each bearing the name […]
“We’re fighting a fight of all Filipinos,” Goaynon said, “so we’re not losing hope that we can still have real democracy and true freedom for the Lumad.”
by John Remil Isaga The UP Fighting Maroons men’s basketball team held a basic basketball clinic for the Lumad children […]
“We weren’t able to achieve our goal but we’re happy with the improvement. We just need to find our killer instinct.”
by John Remil Isaga The De La Salle University (DLSU) Green Archers escaped a dangerous University of the Philippines (UP) […]
“Our game at the third quarter exposed our lack of maturity and experience which NU had. We’re just starting to learn and we have to do it as a team.”