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Even when she was battling cancer, Christopher Al Eugenio's mother saved money to ensure her son can get review classes to enter his dream university
Founder and CEO Henry Motte-Muñoz makes the present less scary for educators
(UPDATED) The 'Full House' actress and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli, are among 50 people indicted in an elaborate scam to secure spots for privileged children at prestigious US universities
'They should never ever sacrifice the education budget so we could build up necessary facilities for online learning,' former University of the Philippines Diliman chancellor Michael Tan says
‘An attack on our students is an attack on our college,’ the UP College of Mass Communication reminds the NTF-ELCAC
Members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines will provide non-medical support to the national government's COVID-19 testing center at Enderun Colleges in Bonifacio Global City
The CHED, however, says that higher education institutions using a face-to-face set-up can open classes in September
Bosconian alumni are also designing decontamination chambers for hospitals and quarantine centers
'By being candid, the COVID-19 patients and PUI’s will help most their family members, friends, co-workers and those they were close with,' says a joint statement by 3 organizations of doctors and lawyers
Radiologists and medical physicists ask for further examination of an AI-powered COVID-19 diagnostic tool
Video footage of the operation shows Turner playing the violin as doctors monitored her movements on screens
Researchers at Imperial College London said their ultimate goal was to have an effective and safe way of halting the SARS-like strain's spread by the end of 2020
(UPDATED) NUJP and other groups say the attack on ABS-CBN threatens citizens' right to know
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A whistle-blower says a program director of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde passed thesis students who paid P20,000. The university says they're investigating.
Anakalusugan Representative Michael Defensor says state universities and colleges might be in a better position to accommodate provisional shelters 'because they have more land, structures, and facilities'
'Today we are a step ahead in our fight against impunity,' says College Editors Guild of the Philippines national president Daryl Angelo Baybado
The Climate and Health Alliance calls on the Australian government to take urgent action to curb emissions, saying climate change is worsening bushfires that are having 'devastating impacts on human health'
Bomb disposal officers rush to Wah Yan College in Wanchai district after a janitor noticed the devices
Police Senior Master Sergeant Jason Magno dies after 'embracing' a grenade thrown by a man going amok at Initao College in Misamis Oriental
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Guilty for paying a bribe to help her daughter gain admission to college, Felicity Huffman is released from prison after serving 11 days of a 14-day sentence
University of the Philippines College of Medicine assistant professor Gene Nisperos says the threats result from the prevailing culture of intolerance for critical thinking and dissent
PRESS RELEASE: De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde’s Hub of Innovation for Inclusion will accept applications for their Future Shapers program until November 30, 2019
The 'Desperate Housewives' star is serving her prison term at the Federal Correctional Institution in San Francisco
PRESS RELEASE: The Glory Awards will be held on November 9, 2019, at the Film Studio of the UP Film Institute (beside Plaridel Hall) in UP Diliman
After pleading guilty, Huffman is sentenced to two weeks in prison, a $30,000 fine, and 250 hours of community service
Experts share some insights into how local governments can help boost, and sustain, their tourism industry
The state college becomes the University of Camarines Norte through Republic Act No. 11399
The College Editors Guild of the Philippines calls on all publications to remain vigilant and continue to 'persistently uncover the true state of our society'
Youth groups highlight the need for Filipinos to speak up against injustice, pointing out how the oppression of student rights may later lead to the oppression of citizens
Map images show Chinese survey ship 'Dong Fang Hong 3' operating in Philippine waters a day after Chinese ship 'Zhanjian' was seen operating off the country's east coast
'That's not happening until I hear from the Armed Forces,' says Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr of the reported presence of a Chinese vessel in the country's exclusive economic zone
Map images show Chinese oceanographic survey ship 'Zhanjian' operating 80 nautical miles off the east coast of the Philippines
State auditors recommends that the Commission on Higher Education imposes sanctions on defaulting state universities and colleges
The CSB Blazers continue to make history with a perfect 4-0 start
(UPDATED) The Commission on Higher Education says a total of 214 public higher education institutions are now covered by the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act
'The vanguards of light and truth in various campuses are being the next targets of control by the government and school administrations,' says College Editors Guild of the Philippines national president Daryl Angelo Baybado
Kidapawan City Regional Trial Court Judge Henelinda Diaz says the search warrants used to conduct the raid on the home of then CFCST president Samson Molao are invalid
The Supreme Court invalidates the Bureau of Internal Revenue's claim that the De La Salle-College of St Benilde owes P122.4 million in taxes
The cases of Philippine Science High School now and St. Theresa's College Cebu in 2012 show that, when it comes to meting out punishment, an iron hand is used for girls while boys are treated with kid gloves
Christian Jay Millena, 30, shares how he fulfilled his dream of becoming a lawyer despite the number of times he changed jobs, incurred debts, and faced the tragedy of losing his loved ones
While the government makes Filipino and Philippine Literature courses optional in college, it has railroaded the bill for mandatory ROTC. This is 'false nationalism,' a group says.
A librarian has the responsibility to guide their patrons to the truth. Nowadays, such a responsibility is greatly needed.
Both toting 6-3 slates, St Clare and Go for Gold-CSB hope to carry their winning momentum to the next round
Election watchdog Kontra Daya and leaders of youth groups argue Duterte Youth Chairman Ronald Cardema does not meet the age requirement
Robert F. Smith, an African-American businessman tells the new graduating class of historically black Morehouse College that he plans to pay off the entirety of their student debt: an estimated $40 million
The guide is put together by British aid agency Save the Children and experts at Imperial College London at the request of Syrian medics working in the bloody 8-year civil war