Ateneo Blue Repertory’s Spring Awakening runs from March 29 to April 14 at the Hyundai Hall, Areté, Ateneo de Manila University
Dubbed the 'Ride to Liberation,' nearly 600 local cyclists wear black and join a 24-kilometer circuit around the city to push for their right to pedal
'It's important for us to stand together because it amplifies our voices,' says student government President Hyacenth Bendaña
Watch the roundtable discussion on reporting women and the elections on Monday, March 18
Behind the strike against coal in Negros Occidental is Youth for Climate Hope, a coalition pushing for climate justice and environmental protection
'You should know the legitimate media from the illegitimate ones,' says educator Marissa Balidoy at #MoveCavite
'Basta 'wag kang susuko at tuloy ang laban. Magtiwala tayo sa plan ni God para sa 'tin,' Albien Emmanuel Gacias, now a doctor, tells fellow cancer survivors
'Just as you take seriously your duty to protect the country, priests are earnestly committed to defending the Word of God,' students tell President Rodrigo Duterte
Netizens are quick to point out the insensitivity of the joke during a water crisis that is affecting not just households, but also businesses, hospitals, and schools
Diving in waters around Caban Island for the Greenpeace #BreakFreeFromPlastic campaign, Noel Guevara captures a photo of a crab trapped in a single-use plastic cup
#MoveDiliman, the fourth leg of MovePH’s series of forums, tackles the role of legislation in combating disinformation
Duterte Youth President Billy Villareal will double the reward if the suspects are caught dead
The death of Willy Amihoy, the 23-year old ROTC cadet and freshman student in Iloilo moved various organizations and groups to call for justice and oppose mandatory ROTC
'In the battle for truth, truth is your only weapon,' says Kimberlie Quitasol, Editor-in-Chief of the 'Northern Dispatch'
To instruct the youth not to be involved in public and civic affairs is not only unconstitutional, but directly runs contrary to the various ways the youth can be involved in nation-building
'Plastic pollution is an issue that urgently needs policy and power to ultimately change its path of destruction,' Antoinette Taus says
On International Women's Day, Filipinas band together to call for empowerment
NAGMAC clarifies to Rappler that Alton Melvar Dapanas is no longer listed as their board member and is barred from attending any of their internal or external events
In this episode, we learn how road signs ought to be made – proper fonts, standard colors, material reflectivity
National Youth Commission chairman Ronald Cardema says Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte was angered by the attacks against her father's administration
After seeing his photos on social media, concerned netizens did not hesitate to help 8-year-old Jan Kim Enario and his classmates at the Union Elementary School in Sta Rita, Samar
(UPDATED) The tour, offered until March 29, celebrates the spirit of the 1971 Diliman Commune and serves as a tool to educate the youth amid the historical revisionism on social media
(UPDATED) In an 'unprecedented coming together of women,' advocates will gather for a united women's action against misogyny on March 8 at La Madre Filipina Statue in Rizal Park, Manila
Tickets to the forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now!
Antonio Detablan sells homemade banana cakes for P120 each to fund a P1.6-million liver transplant for his infant son
MovePH will be at the UP College of Law on March 12! Tickets for the forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now!
While newspapers are moving online, a media start-up in Laguna ventures into the print business
Do you realize that you are, technically, breaking the law by driving through a gas station along EDSA?
University president Fr. Roberto C. Yap, SJ, denounces the red-tagging incident as an orchestrated effort to intimidate faculty members and undermine its programs.
Jan Kim's photo using an improvised pen for school, uploaded by his teacher on Facebook, has gone viral online. Netizens reach for ways to help.
Right of Way's Vince Lazatin and VISOR's Frank Schuengel talk about notorious ticket traps in Metro Manila
Seasoned and campus journalists discuss the importance of verifying and fact-checking during the #MoveCagayan forum at Cagayan State University
The crucial signs and their contextualized explanations tell us that the current government has been extensively using fascist politics and tactics which is, ironically, possible to do under democratic rule
In a now viral post, Alex expresses her immense gratitude to Tatay Dong, a taho vendor whom she met in her first year of college
'Cyber Brain' is about man’s overdependence on technology in a highly-digitized world and how it affects people’s state of mind
'The kind of protection that’s needed is the actual and effective implementation of the current Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act'
Four women who have made a mark in science, technology, engineering, and math recount their journeys, as well as the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead
MovePH will be at Saint Louis University on March 8! Tickets for the public forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now!
Have you encountered the same problem while driving along the bus lanes?
Around 5,000 to 8,000 people in Iloilo participate in shake drills in their area
The 1st Quarter Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill for 2019 is set for Thursday, February 21, at 2 pm
(UPDATED) The National Union of Students of the Philippines says National Youth Commission Chairman Ronald Cardema should resign for making such a proposal
What we can do is try to make China's occupation of the South China Sea a direct threat to other great powers
The ISDApp seeks to communicate useful information to fishermen even without internet connection. It will complete against 24 other finalists chosen by NASA scientists and experts from 2,729 teams in 200 locations all over the world.
Tickets to the public forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now!
Named Emerald District, the app aims to bridge health practitioners and people with autism
As students wear black shirts and armbands for a silent protest, they find themselves under fire by the school's administration.
Calls to defend press freedom echo in different parts of the country, as various groups hold protest actions