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Workers’ group renews call to regularize contractuals in UP

A labor group in UP intensified their calls anew to demand for regularization of contractual workers under the new administration of President Danilo Concepcion.

August 1st, 2017 | Posted in Balita,Featured Story | Read More »

UP still far from tuition-free education

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.

July 31st, 2017 | Posted in Balita,Featured Story | Read More »

Paglilinis

TULA

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.

July 24th, 2017 | Posted in Featured Story,Lathalain / Kultura | Read More »

Sa Piling ni Nanay*

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Makalipas ang 11 taon, hindi pa rin sila natatagpuan, gayundin ang mailap na hustisya. Ito ang kwento ng mga naglaho, dinahas, at sapilitang winala ng gobyerno. Ito ang naratibo ng paglaban—ang patuloy na paglalahad ng kwento ng mga desaparecidos, mula mismo sa kanilang mga ina.

June 26th, 2017 | Posted in Featured Story,Lathalain / Kultura | Read More »

SYSTEM AT FAULT: Probing the Philippines’ disaster preparedness

The Big One

An earthquake can strike without warning and wreak havoc, but the quake itself does not kill. The grounds will tremble because of the fault, but the crux of a national disaster lies in a system at fault.

May 30th, 2017 | Posted in Featured Story,Lathalain / Kultura | Read More »

CHED approves fees hike in 268 private schools

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Almost one in six private higher education institutions is allowed to increase tuition and other school fees for academic year 2017 to 2018, despite the students’ clamor for affordable and free education under the Duterte administration.

May 30th, 2017 | Posted in Balita,Featured Story | Read More »

Brand Recall

Tatak UP

Kung balwarte rin lang ng mga simbolo at branding ang pamantasan, magsisimula tayo sa SC, kung saan unang mabibili ang laksa-laksang produktong tatak UP. Animo’y isang signature brand, tinatanaw na katangi-tangi ang UP, at ikinakabit ang karangalan nito sa napakaraming bagay.

May 29th, 2017 | Posted in Featured Story,Lathalain / Kultura | Read More »

Hungkag na kapayapaan

EDITORYAL

Lumilikha lamang ng patung-patong na tensyon at krisis ang pamahalaan—kung idadagdag pa ang mga naitalang kaso ng pandarahas at pamamaslang sa nagdaang apat na dekada.

May 26th, 2017 | Posted in Editorial,Featured Story,Opinyon | Read More »

BREAKING THE SILENCE: Probing the plight of the campus press

Campus Press

It is ironic that these problems persist despite the Constitution’s guaranteed freedom of the press and existing laws like the Campus Journalism Act (CJA), which was enacted in 1991 following the enforced shutting down of media outlets during Martial Law.

May 3rd, 2017 | Posted in Featured Story,Lathalain / Kultura | Read More »

SILONG: Sipat sa Pag-okupa ng mga Maralita sa Pabahay ng Gobyerno sa Pandi, Bulacan

Silong

Nagsimula ang “Occupy Bulacan” nang silungan nang mahigit 5,000 maralitang walang sariling tahanan ang mga nakatiwangwang na pabahay sa Pandi, Bulacan, ika-8 ng Marso, kasabay ng Pandaigdigang Araw ng mga Kababaihan. Matagal nang sinimulan ng ilang pamilya ang pagproseso ng legal na dokumento para sa mga tahanan, subalit nang walang napala, napilitan na silang okupahin ang espasyong pinagkakait ng pamahalaan.

April 21st, 2017 | Posted in Featured Story,Grapix,Litrato | Read More »

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