Rappler's latest stories on Los Baños
Studying and propagating coconuts with improved characteristics will be beneficial to an estimated 3.5 million coconut farmers and 22 million Filipinos
The new train set added to the main line can accommodate 81 passengers
Sierreza – which has artisan stores in Los Baños and Maginhawa Street – has no set menu. It serves what farmers in partner communities plant.
Have you ever bonded with a truly inspirational teacher outside the classroom?
University of the Philippines Los Baños graduate Romel Arrobang recalls his grandfather saying, 'Kung hindi ako magtatanim, paano kakain ang mga tao?'
PRESS RELEASE: UPLB Babaylan aims to feature art educating the public about the LGBTQ+ community and their cause
People become an open book through University of the Philippines Los Baños' Human Library
The University of the Philippines Board of Regents also directs chancellors to conduct dialogues and consultations with their respective constituents
'Nakakalungkot lang na hindi ako makaka-graduate, hindi dahil sa negligence ko but sa negligence ng admin,' says graduating student Kirby Vicente
(3rd UPDATE) James Alvarez's cause of death is 'gastroesophageal reflux disease with severe dehydration secondary to vomiting,' says a Kidapawan City official
For countless years, these spooky stories have passed on from generation to generation – sending chills running down everyone's spines
UPLB student council chairperson Charm Maranan urges the UPLB community to join their call in resisting the tyranny of the Duterte administration
Rene Mojado is already 82 years old, but he still drives a jeepney to and from the UP Los Baños campus. By his side all day is his wife Aida, 76.
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Promoting agriculture, students from the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) bag the 2018 Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO) Award
Helping farmers should form part of companies' corporate strategy and not just fall under their corporate social responsibility, say experts at the 2nd Global Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship Conference
'Pasensiya na kay Senador Bongbong Marcos dahil 'di namin kayang sumang-ayon sa pantasya niyang pagbigyan at pansinin sila,' says Abigail Valte, spokesperson of former president Benigno Aquino III
Ex-senator Bongbong Marcos on his belief the Aquinos are behind the UPLB gathering: 'Who in the past years had nothing to do except destroy the names of the Marcoses?'
(UPDATED) 'Mabuhay si Apo!' thousands chant at the University of the Philippines Los Baños, as organizers promise them 'blessings'
The ASEAN Center for Biodiversity releases the second edition of the ASEAN Biodiversity Outlook as it opens its new headquarters in UP Los Baños
The water hyacinth considered a public enemy for clogging waterways and causing severe flooding is now being transformed into useful products by a Laguna community thanks to a Los Baños entrepreneur
UPDATED In both campuses the suspension – until further notice – is applicable to those enrolling for the first semester of academic year 2017 2018
PHSA will celebrate its 40th anniversary at the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Manila as well as at the National Art Center in Mt Makiling in Los Baños Laguna
Student organization Enactus UPLB helps the housewives of Bayan ni Juan in Calauan Laguna with running small scale businesses
How can we use technology to fight corruption? Find out by joining the NotOnMyWatch caravan in Sta Cruz Laguna on December 1 and 2
UPDATED Shortly after the Supreme Court decision is announced protest rallies are held in Quezon City Makati Baguio Los Baños Cebu and Davao mostly at universities
The project of Amiga Philippines wins Rappler’s Social Good Summit workshop on education and jobs
Presidential proclamations 26 to 30 declare non working holidays in Davao City Digos City Bulacan Los Baños and Tacurong City
The eUP project team claims that the SAIS was attacked to make the service unavailable by overwhelming it with traffic
The goal of the eUP Student Academic Information System SAIS to ease up registration and harmonize the ICT infrastructure and systems of all campus units is promising What went wrong?
As the next student regent Raoul Manuel will represent the 50 000 undergraduate and graduate students of the UP system nationwide in the Board of Regents
Ten years have passed since the abduction of Karen Empeño and Sherlyn Cadapan but their mothers remain hopeful that they will be found
The Philippines newest under water territory could help ensure the country s food security if we can protect it for the future
According to Poe UP students are the most critical thinkers and have been known to grill candidates in forums
Santiago may be trailing behind other presidential candidates in the polls; but in her alma matter she s at the head of the pack
Survey firms will be the kingmakers this elections That should not be allowed the senator says
[PRESS RELEASE] UP PhotoS Shoot UP Manila and UP OPTICS will showcase photographs taken by young photography enthusiasts and aspiring photographers The exhibit will run from April 18 to May 6 2016
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UPDATED The statement from Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte s camp comes as his supporters threaten a student who asked him a question at a forum
Students ask Duterte hard questions and his answers draw mixed reactions
Leyte Representative Martin Romualdez is often seen by his cousin s side in sorties leading some to mistake them for a 2016 tandem
Tabsing Kolektib presents the first musical adapation of Eros Atalia’s bestselling novel
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Isko’t Iska is an annual theater production headed by Umalohokan Inc a UPLB socio cultural organization
Vergara who was named National Scientist in 2001 for his contribution on rice research dies at the age of 81
Asking tough questions should challenge presidential aspirants to go beyond bullet points of beautiful things
While a good sport the Vice President cannot help but describe as disrespectful agriculture student Lucky Patrick Lopez who questioned the city s informal settlers relocated to Calauan Laguna
Jejomar Binay promise before students to support agrarian reform end labor contractualization lessen the number of OFWs amend the FOI bill and probe human rights violations
Despite the heat the Vice President took everything in stride even posing for selfies