The opening of a new academic term marks another year of renewed vigilance to promises of reforms and change, both by the UP administration and the Duterte regime. In the 95th year of the Philippine Collegian or Kulê, it persists to be critical of the many policies that infringe on the rights of the people. It will not falter in fulfilling this tradition.
Hindi magkakaroon ng mga opisina para sa mga guro ang ipatatayong Faculty Commons (FC) na nakatakda nang simulan sa Disyembre sa dating lugar ng nasunog na Faculty Center.
Ongoing renovations in the main building of the College of Mass Communication (CMC) interrupted at least 50 classes, more than half of which are Journalism classes which have all been postponed until August 14.
UP has finally joined the rest of the country’s 112 state universities and colleges in implementing free tuition this semester.
Laging may espasyo sa malawak na pagkilos ng mamamayan ang bawat Iskolar ng Bayan na handang mag-alay ng kanilang dunong at lakas.
A labor group in UP intensified their calls anew to demand for regularization of contractual workers under the new administration of President Danilo Concepcion.
The administration of President Rodrigo Duterte leaves no space safe with its declaration of war against drugs, even among the poor communities inside the UP Diliman (UPD) campus.
A week before the enrollment in UP Diliman, students have yet to hear the concrete plans of the administration with regards to fees collection in the coming semester.
Ngayong gabi ang huling lamay. Aalisin ko ang kahapon na naglambitin sa kisame. Hindi na maaalala, dahil lumot na lamang sa alala ang babara sa lababo.
The Collegian recognizes these conditions from which we continue to assess, historicize, analyze and criticize for as the prospects of change become bleak, the people’s resistance will continue to thrive.