'The youth will continue to fight outside the four walls of their classrooms to push for basic socio-economic reforms that are not only beneficial to the youth, but to all marginalized and oppressed sectors of the society,' says Kabataan Partlist representative Sarah Elago
'It's not just a contest for us. we will uphold press freedom even though we just came from a small island province,' says a campus journalist from Virac, Catanduanes
Thousands of protesters march the streets in various cities around the country to slam President Rodrigo Duterte's alleged repressive policies against the poor, and to fight for press freedom and human rights
Martial Law survivor Boni Ilagan also talked to students from the College of Mass Communication and advised them to 'create their own First Quarter Storm'
How can pavement markings make or break traffic flow along our roads?
'We need to encourage our students to participate in the activities as part of their education,' UP Diliman Chancellor Michael Tan says
Based on records of the College Editors Guild of the Philippines, at least 200 of the 800 cases of campus press freedom violations are related to the withholding of funds, the lifeblood of student-run publications
"Choose, not just your battles, but your battleground," says Nery in the opening ceremony of the 2018 National Schools Press Conference
These protests seek to condemn the recent attacks of President Rodrigo Duterte on press freedom
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines says President Rodrigo Duterte 'has acted much like a petulant child throwing a fit' when he banned Rappler's Pia Ranada from Palace coverage
It is SeonKyung's first time to visit the Philippines, and says that she never wants to come back again
DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones cites the Securities and Exchange Commission decision to revoke the articles of incorporation of Rappler Inc. and Rappler Holdings as the basis for the department's termination of its partnership with Rappler
Here are some pictures taken by campus journalists themselves at the National Schools Press Conference in Dumaguete City
'There are lessons to be learned indeed. We can start by looking into the so-called internal organizational culture, a rather tough nut to crack, and delve into it to make the improvements.'
The law prescribes a certain period of time within which an offender may be prosecuted for a crime
The Oro Youth Code details its unique and salient features which include 'the creation of the Oro Youth Development Office and the institutionalization of its council'
Barbie Almalbis, Mayonnaise, and Silent Sanctuary play their hits in solidarity with the ongoing campaign for press freedom
'One should know the difference between a campus writer and campus journalists. When you're a campus journalist, you write with purpose,' says 1967 National Secondary Schools Press Conference champ Perfecto Martin
Local government officials should be at the forefront of disaster preparedness efforts, says Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, chair of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, after the first National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill in Quezon City
QC rescuers respond to a number of earthquake scenarios, such as fire incidents, fallen debris, a looting incident, and a collapsed structure
On social media, netizens posted pictures showing the damages caused by Tropical Storm Basyang.
Currently a journalism professor at the University of Queensland in Australia, Greste was arrested by the Egyptian authorities for terrorism-related charges for his work as a journalist in 2013
Mang Pedring's sheer joy at the sale of his handcrafted products inspires a social media post that has been making the rounds online
From Wikipedia to Facebook, how do we fight back against trolls, 'fake news' and historical revisionism?
'All the posts of the past two days have been swarmed and attacked by Filipino trolls – every single post. It is crazy and it is full of non-sequiturs,' says computer programmer Carlos Nazareno
According to the humanitarian arm of the Catholic church, their goal is to provide opportunities for others to help those who are in need
Associate Justice Marvic Leonen urges the public to be discerning of their actions on social media, which he describes as a platform that has the power 'to create digital amnesia and dull critical thinking'
'If the law can be loosely interpreted, at some point it will be loosely interpreted,' says former Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste
Residents living along the forecasted track of the tropical storm are encouraged to prepare for possible flooding and landslides
Aside from debunking fake news, media organizations must learn from how the disinformation armies package and amplify their messages
'I do my best to use this privilege and power to contribute back to Filipino society. I’m incredibly proud to be Filipino. Manila may be melty and monstrous, but I love it.'
Think of some of the dream-come-true stories you've heard or witnessed, or your own story. What did they have in common? Opportunity.
Melody Albano Castro leaves behind a 6-year-old daughter and a husband with a disability
The Department of Transportation brings its 'Oplan Alis Bulok, Alis Usok' project to the University of the Philippines - Diliman after DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade reportedly received text complaints about dilapidated jeepneys in the campus
'It creates an avenue for appreciation for original Pinoy music and at the same time, an avenue for UP students to come together in unity calling for social change,' says Julie Corridor on the significance of UP Fair in the UP culture
Road safety advocate Vincent Lazatin finds himself on the receiving end of traffic enforcement – his driver's license gets confiscated!
The termination occurs two weeks before the National Schools Press Conference in Dumaguete City
The #BidaAngHanda campaign aims to educate Filipinos about how they should prepare for earthquakes and other hazards
'Successive Philippine governments have failed miserably to propagate condom use and educate young Filipinos to avoid HIV transmission,' says Carlos Conde of Human Rights Watch
Over 300 households in Barangay Can-ilay receive goods from the visiting journalists, who are assisted by the DSWD and the military
This vlog is the second in a series about road signs and pavement markings
Netizens lauds Uber driver Teofisto Torres who was seen eating his meal from a plastic bag while driving through traffic in Metro Manila
Progressive groups based at the state university are gearing for a bigger protest on Friday, February 23
'You can easily learn knowledge and skills but you cannot build a proper attitude overnight that's why we need to start in the elementary level,' says LTO Region V Director Noreen San Luis-Lutey
In the course of Philippine history, several campus publications stayed true to this role of shaping public opinion. They’ve gone beyond the 4 walls of the classroom and tackled the same issues hounding the country.
DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones cites the province’s state-of-the-art sports facilities in choosing the host province for this year’s Palarong Pambansa
Families staying in the 76 evacuation centers in Albay will also get temporary employment
Bicolano businessman Elizalde Co has offered the use of his land for a tent city that can accommodate a maximum of 50,000 families, says Albay Governor Al Francis Bichara
In an interview with Rappler, resort owner Andreas Mikoleiczik explains that the description written on the website does not aim to promote the island for sex tourism
A group of millennial entrepreneurs finds a way to reduce world's dependence on dirty coal using a very unlikely material: water hyacinth