The urge to write about UP returned recently because some in the UP community protested the plan to give President Duterte an honorary doctorate degree
This furniture project of students from the UP College of Home Economics aims to expose the interior design community to the needs of marginalized sectors
This turnout for the 2017 campus elections in UP Diliman is slightly higher than in 2016, according to the University Student Electoral Board – 11,951 out of 24,036 eligible voters participated
The question needs to be asked: Should a document codify and recognize the rights of the students? The students’ answer to this question might be the tipping point of the 2017 campus elections in UP Diliman.
'The UP has to ensure that its graduates are well-rounded. But somehow we also have to make sure that our students are competitive, not only locally, domestically, but also globally,' says UP President Danilo Concepcion
Why sacrifice General Education subjects for the sake of specialization, when it can enhance the learning capacity of students to specialize? Why be so spendthrift to investing in shaping the minds of future generations?
Michael Tan has been serving as the constituent unit's chancellor since March 1, 2014
Nominees will present their vision papers in a forum on January 9
Two investigations – one in Manila and another in Quantico,Virginia – on the documents related to the Ragua heirs' land claim in Quezon City yield interesting, and possibly far-reaching, results
Heirs of the purported owner of the prime lot where SM North EDSA and Trinoma Mall now stand want to get back what they believe to be legally and rightfully theirs
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The giant lantern highlights the historical role of the university in protest movements even as it celebrates the College of Music's centennial with the theme 'Himig ng Diliman (Hymn of Diliman)'
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'We, former student leaders of the UPD University Student Council, express our strongest condemnation for the burial of the dictator in the resting place of heroes'
This year's UP Diliman Oblation Run condemns the burial of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Heroes' Cemetery and calls for justice for Martial Law victims
'I'm suspending your class today. There are bigger lessons to be learned outside the classroom now,' a teacher tells students after the dictator was buried a hero.
(UPDATED) Shortly after the Supreme Court decision is announced protest rallies are held in Quezon City, Makati, Baguio, Los Baños, Cebu, and Davao, mostly at universities
Critics call the proposed shift a reduction of units, while supporters say this is the university's way of responding to its 21st century learners
Students from the University of the Philippines-Dilimant denounce the brutal dispersion of protesters at the U.S. embassy on Wednesday
An award-winning investigative report by students reveals that the UP administration illegally tailor-fitted the procurement documents of eUP Project’s contract to favor a certain corporation
These courses will continue, according to an official from the University of the Philippines' Diliman campus
The goal of the eUP Student Academic Information System (SAIS) to ease up registration and harmonize the ICT infrastructure and systems of all campus units is promising. What went wrong?
Members of multi-sectoral groups expressed their support for President Rodrigo Duterte but said they would remain 'vigilant'
As the next student regent, Raoul Manuel will represent the 50,000 undergraduate and graduate students of the UP system nationwide in the Board of Regents
University of the Philippines Diliman Chancellor Michael Tan also says the university needs to 'reach out to more sectors' to achieve peace
University of the Philippines agricultural technicians weather the summer heat to plant sunflowers and keep a decades-long tradition
The Faculty Center, also known as Bulwagang Rizal (Rizal Hall), was home of UP’s brightest artists and intellectuals
'To witness a city grow and unfold its beauty and potential is an uncomparable experience. It restores your faith in humanity.'
'I was angry that they keep spreading all those stuff about Marcos without credible sources,” says Roscelle Cruz a librarian who has seen records from the martial law period
The unity statement comes a month after former UP Diliman student leaders also declared unity against the candidacy of Marcos
For the last 4 years, the night either bled blue or yellow. I have witnessed the announcement in the last two years.
[PRESS RELEASE] UP PhotoS, Shoot UP Manila, and UP OPTICS will showcase photographs taken by young photography enthusiasts and aspiring photographers. The exhibit will run from April 18 to May 6, 2016.
'Let a different flame be kindled – one which lights up ever so brightly in our hearts – in this, our dark moment', said UP President Alfredo Pascual
The video of prizewinning author Butch Dalisay shows the full extent of the damage
Various members of the UP Diliman community are devastated by the April 1 fire which burned one of the campus' historic buildings, along with hundreds of priceless research materials
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Here's a history of recent fires in UP Diliman, the last one being in July 2015 only
UP Diliman Chancellor Michael Tan says his heart goes out to some 250 affected faculty members
(8th UPDATE) The Bureau of Fire Protection declares fire out at 11:20 am
The tandem is the first to meet the street vendors in UP Diliman
Ian Calalang rejoins his family after being reportedly missing for 21 days
(UPDATED) Interestingly, Grace Poe, a leading presidential bet, does not have any sorties lined up for this week before the official campaign kickoff
Seesaws and arm push-up machines can be used at the College of Science and the Department of Military Science and Tactics complexes
Aninag 2015 kicks off UP Diliman's Christmas festivities
ANNOUNCEMENT: The conference discusses the lessons from other disciplines that answer today's questions on disaster and risk reduction
'Walk with the Lumad' is part of the #Manilakbayan activities protesting against the increasing violence in Mindanao and demanding justice for victims of human rights violations
'Notwithstanding the kind of rigor we exercise during program and project deliberations, we acknowledge that there is always room for improvement,' NEDA chief Arsenio Balisacan assures the public and critics of the project
UP Fine Arts professor Marco Malto dives into the infamous Angono Petroglyphs to explore the why's and how's behind the ancient artwork
During their week-long stay on campus, the indigenous peoples will share with the public their issues, including human rights violations allegedly committed against them