Parents wait under the heat at the Supreme Court to deliver the good news to their children
This was the 4th time both Leslie Llagas and Katherine Macaroy took the Bar. Despite failing several times, their dream to be a licensed lawyer has never faded.
Panelists at the #FactsMatterPH forum held in Laguna share their thoughts on how ordinary citizens can take part in preventing the spread of disinformation online
This comes after Kuwait's foreign ministry summoned the Philippine ambassador over a video showing the rescue of Filipino domestic workers from Kuwaiti homes
Tickets to the public forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now!
What does it take for a woman to succeed in the military? What does it take to achieve gender equality in a male-dominated world?
The Fair Training Center in Parañaque City teaches Hong Kong OFWs to 'professionalize' their work – and not just to please their employers abroad
'A lot of scientists have agreed that data should be made open. It's for the public good. It's for humanity,' says UP Resilience Institute executive director Mahar Lagmay
It's about time that on this class issue, the Chief Executive exercises his political judgement in favor of the workers rather than preserve the status quo being enjoyed to the max by the capitalists
Sucat, the bane of the motorists and commuters of the South. How to deal with this chokepoint?
Mark Salazar, 12-year-old ortho-amputee swimmer at the Palarong Pambansa 2018 Special Games, hopes his story will inspire others like him to keep on dreaming
Delgado joins 19 other inaugural fellows from 11 countries around the world
Tennis players in Lamion, Tawi-Tawi pooled their money together to help send 11-year-old Badjao boy Ignohassan Mustagid to the Palarong Pambansa 2018
Both Princes Sheryl Valdez and Andrei Fritz Justine Alcarioto dedicate their multi-gold medal feats to their ailing fathers
Puerto Princesa's Leo Lee Cornel, a SPED athlete, plans to dedicate his future victory in the games to his older brother
After settling for silver last year, Cagayan Valley's Cherry Mae Banatao is ready to win back the gold in 2018 Palarong Pambansa secondary girls high jump competition
Meet Maria Theresa Castañas Centeno, a former lady guard at a Parañaque warehouse, who shifted to driving an e-jeepney
On Rappler Talk, Chiqui Agoncillo talks to MovePH's Raisa Serafica about her UP education, studying history, and the importance of liberal arts education
The University of Santo Tomas Office for Student Affairs suspended the recognition of new student organizations for the new school year but did not state any particular reason
Receiving intensive hands-on training from professional journalists is something that not every campus journalist gets to experience
18-year-old Cheska Gacal may be relatively new to the battlefield but she says she's ready to hit the bull's-eye in Palarong Pambansa this year
Two road safety advocates have a conversation on enforcement, as well as proposed solutions for Metro Manila's traffic woes.
Drupal Camp Manila 2018 is a two-day event that focuses on many aspects of Drupal, a free open-source software used to build powerful websites
Trisha Nayao wants to repeat her multi-medal performance in the Cordillera Administrative Region Athletic Association meet in the forthcoming Palarong Pambansa 2018
The League of Filipino Students (LFS)-UST condemned the removal of the abstain vote in the upcoming elections as an attack on the democratic rights of students
With traffic enforcers deployed right by traffic lights and intersections, they put their lives on the line
Factoring in the social costs of jail congestion, the price of criminal justice goes well beyond P165 billion – these are inestimable costs that no amount of pecuniary disbursement can ever recompense
Students in San Pablo City, Laguna, do a flash mob on their graduation day
'You need to prove yourself because you're a visitor. You need to perform much better,' says Kennon Jan Aguilar, a top foreign cadet at the Korea Air Force Academy
Harnessing solar energy through small off-grid systems to power community livelihood and provide basic energy solutions is a big first step in ensuring energy access especially for people who hardly have any resources for electrification
UP Board of Regents member Frederick 'Spocky' Farolan's Facebook post draws comments ranging from queries to barbs about the state university and the delayed release of the much-awaited UP College Admission Test results
(UPDATED) The UP forum explored how a culture of false information is propagated – from the way it is generated to the way it is spread and ultimately accepted by the public – and how to fight it
'Pati kaming taga-Aklan talaga hindi makauwi, walang flight pa-Kalibo dahil sa closure na 'yan! Ano lalangoy kami?' tweets one irate netizen
Sylvian Faith Abunda, a Grade 11 student at Lantapan Stand-Alone Senior High School in Lantapan, Bukidnon, is banking on her experience, perseverance, and discipline to achieve her Palaro dreams
This is the second time campus journalists have been invited to cover the annual schools-based sports event
JP Villanueva graduates from college, but not without facing struggles along the way
The Battle of the Morions, or Moryonan, aims to encourage towns and schools to train the new generation in making morions and costumes
Here is the set of readings in Catholic churches around the world for Easter Vigil 2018
Irate netizens document the litter left in Holy Week pilgrimage sites and vacation spots
These are the stories of the key characters in the Stations of the Cross
Lord, do you not care? Why are you not doing anything to help us? Why are you not saying anything if only to assure us? Why are you not doing anything to stop the killings and the stealing and the vulgarity?
Here is the set of readings in Catholic churches around the world for Good Friday 2018
Have we forgotten that the Eucharist was really for him (and for the potential Judases that we all can turn into)?
Here is the set of Mass readings in Catholic churches around the world for Maundy Thursday 2018
Startups LawKo, AroogaHealth, and Phinix bag 3 of the 4 awards
'The Philippines is in desperate need of a cultural evolution and not just another political revolution'
Here is the set of Mass readings in Catholic churches around the world for Holy Wednesday 2018
A BPO worker tries the tack used by another netizen. He relays his request for improved services via Cebu Mayor Tommy Osmeña's Facebook page, and it's immediately granted
I think that cutting down is done in order to make a little more room in our hearts for one another, and also maybe a little more room for God