For the first time in the history of Filipinos in Australia, the creation of a nationwide student alliance comes closer to reality
As anti-discrimination legislation languishes in Congress, removing uniform and hair length restrictions is an easy place for schools to start protecting their students from discrimination
Today, for the first time in more than a decade, Ateneo finds itself a castaway from the halls of power. The most powerful man in the country despises us as a haven of the yellowtards and oligarchs he despises.
(UPDATED) The education department also asks the community to be vigilant and proactive in 'preventing and deterring incidents that result in the abuse, exploitation, and discrimination against children'
For Gimar Reyes, one of the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines for 2016, a life devoted to service for others is his way of loving God back
Stunned mourners offer flowers, candles, and messages for the 16 people killed in the accident
The Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei condemns the parade as 'tasteless' and 'outrageous'
Studying in Europe sounds glamorous because of the many travel opportunities, but it is expensive especially for non-EU students.
'We should be at the forefront of engaging our government and ensuring that martial law will never happen again'
'Hindi bayani, isang hangal,' (Not a hero, but a fool) goes a protest song at the Luneta on Friday, November 25
The youth need not experience the abuses of Martial Law to understand it. Students say they can research and read about one of the darkest periods in Philippine history.
'President Duterte should be ashamed of himself for being complicit in cleaning the image of Marcos who raided public coffers and violated human rights. He should be ashamed of being an instrument to fulfill the Marcoses’ political agenda,' says the College Editors Guild
During the campaign, the Republican president-elect accused the Philippines of being a 'terrorist nation,' threatened to build a wall along its borders with Mexico, and made fiery anti-Islamic rhetoric
Felipe Flores Velazquez is finally nabbed more than two years after the students' mass disappearance
Just days after getting his medical license, doctor Mikko Manalastas gets a welcome into his profession like no other
Investigators are searching for the students elsewhere and looking into the possible collusion of other police officers in the disappearance
Here are 7 tips to score your dream internship from a University of Indonesia student interning at Silicon Valley
It's not always easy to juggle school studying civil engineering, and work at a call center with its various demands – but Karla Gonzales made it happen.
Former president Benigno Aquino III is in high spirits as he returns to his family home at Times Street on June 30
According to the League of Filipino Students, the youth comprise a big chunk of Duterte’s vote during the elections because they are clamoring for change in policies concerning them
A complaint filed on Monday, June 27, includes 81,630 signatures and resolutions from the municipal and barangay levels, as well as non-governmental organizations
How a nursing student makes it up to his dad for celebrating Father's Day on the wrong day
Out of over a thousand potential beneficiaries for schoolyear 2015-2016, less than 50 students are covered by the Expanded Students’ Grants-in-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation and the Tulong Dunong Scholarship Program due to implementation flaws
Advisory: This year's 'Give A Bag of Hope' campaign goes beyond bags to promote literacy
Investigators will analyze bone fragments including skulls, shin bones, jawbones and teeth of various people, as well as sandals and pieces of clothing which were found in the small town of El Mirador
'I look forward to the day that the fitness of the law graduate will be determined by more intelligent devices than a test that strikes anywhere'
Parents of the students and opposition lawmakers demand that Tomas Zeron, the head of the criminal investigations agency, be fired
Many of us believe we can do two things at once – this isn't always right
The victims, all boys aged 12, were from the same class at the Nghia Ha secondary school
Independent experts investigating the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico threaten to stop working with government authorities, accusing them of manipulating the probe for political ends
The candidates should have just focused on the issues set for the debate, they say
Compared to the first debate in Cagayan de Oro, the programs in Cebu are more interactive, with booths and activities that get voters' sentiments for the elections
Before we cast our votes, let's look at the real state of Philippine education and what the next administration ought to work on
Is student culture becoming like the culture of the military torturers where sadism is encouraged?
The Mexican attorney general's office said in a statement that specialists are already carrying out a new probe of the dump, and that results will be delivered before March 31
One of the suspects is a 40-year-old man, the 'main' person involved in the murder of Julio Cesar Mondragon, a student whose body was found in Iguala with his facial skin peeled off
Press Release: Two young scholars use the opportunities given to them to excel in academics and beyond
'We all know that everything we do involves risks and the only way to know that something is safe is through tests and studies,' says a group of agricultural biotechnology students
'These internship programs of DOLE are considered as a dress rehearsal for real work, either in the corporate world or in the frontline public service,' says Labor Secretary Baldoz
Militant and progressive groups are also gearing up for a major mobilization for Thursday, November 19, the last day of the APEC Leaders' Summit
League of Filipino Students: Gov't 'turning our schools into a factory of cheap, semi-skilled, and docile laborers needed by foreign corporations'
The Commission on Audit also discovers that more than 2,500 checks for the beneficiaries of the government's Special Program for Employment of Students were unclaimed and became stale
As many as 59% of teenagers stop using email altogether, considering the medium too formal, lengthy, and unnecessary when texts and chat messages are the norm
The killings have intensified in 2015, claiming 13 lives as of September 1, activists say
A team of 3 students from UP Diliman bested 44 other finalists to win the Geneva Challenge in Switzerland
This means each party-list group submitting nominations on October 16 must ideally be able to complete in under 5 minutes each of the steps required for filing