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'Kung sinasabi ng DepEd na hindi [naaayon] sa batas 'yun, panindigan nila 'yun. Hindi dapat [sila pumayag] dahil doon din kami nakasandal sa mga ahensyang ito,' says Vives Moreno, mother of a 10-year-old student
'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
For the first time in the history of Filipinos in Australia the creation of a nationwide student alliance comes closer to reality
Studying in Europe sounds glamorous because of the many travel opportunities but it is expensive especially for non EU students
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
Advisory: This year s Give A Bag of Hope campaign goes beyond bags to promote literacy
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
Press release: Wharton will award two new financial aid funds for undergraduate Filipino students
Slackers and jocks are no longer the big men on campus – it s now the A student
Student activists say the death of Cagayan State University student Rosanna Sanfuego shows the worst effect of state abandonment of education
America’s College Promise would save a full time community college student an average of 3 800 in tuition a year
Simultaneous protest actions are being staged to show outrage over Aquino’s alleged attempt to cover up his involvement in the Mamasapano operation and the new round of tuition fee increases
The stretch of EDSA from the shrine to Camp Crame is eerily deserted The roads leading to where the 1986 People Power was held are all blocked
In an open letter to the Catholic leader a nationwide coalition of youth groups details the challenges faced by Filipino youth from the peace process and disasters to corruption in government
Dozens of youth activists hold sit down protests at the ticketing office of the North Avenue MRT station and other stations to oppose the baseless fare hikes in the LRT 1 LRT 2 and MRT3
Press release: Filipino students teachers and other academic staff get a glimpse of the scholarship opportunities in Europe
The 4 member Philippine team reap awards at the 13th China Girls Mathematical Olympiad where they competed against 37 other teams from around the world
Why risk failure when Manila offered a much better rate of success? Why risk loneliness when Manila was home to friends and family?
Eloquent and idealistic Filipino students hope they too will one day craft the laws of the land
Leftist militants protesting the government s handling of the Sabah situation were able to to break Malacañang security on Thursday morning
Keith Light Associate Director of Admissions at Yale University and Jasmine Seah Admissions Manager at Yale NUS College will answer all your questions about Yale
The TOSP award recognizes students who excel beyond academic work