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The Supreme Court rules that the University of the Philippines cannot be made to pay taxes for the Technohub property. This exemption does not cover assets acquired under the UP-Ayala Land contract.
(UPDATED) 'Being LGBTQ+ has never been a consideration in the hiring, renewal, and evaluation for tenure,' says the Department of Physical Sciences and Mathematics at UP Manila
'We call on the public to be part of a movement for responsible stewardship not only for WPS but all the seas surrounding the country. We hope that such involvement would not stop in share, likes and comments in social media,' UP Marine Science Institute says
In the face of all that is going on in our world, be good people. We do not need to become the monsters we seek to defeat.
On his wheelchair, PBA legend Samboy Lim accompanies his daughter, Jamie Christine, as she graduates from college with top honors
'We cannot wait for any more blatant disregard of our fisherfolk before taking a stand against these oppressive responses of the Duterte administration,' says the UPV College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences Student Council
For 22-year-old Pete Maverick Nicole Estudillo, her achievement serves as a testament that students in Mindanao can also reach greater heights, given equal opportunities
University of the Philippines Los Baños graduate Romel Arrobang recalls his grandfather saying, 'Kung hindi ako magtatanim, paano kakain ang mga tao?'
Using #LabanHermie, #NoToDiscriminationInUP, and #SolidarityWithHermie, the University of the Philippines community rallies support for transwoman professor Hermie Monterde
The NowheretogobutUP Foundation and RUNRIO launch The Great UP Run to raise funds for all UP sports
'Our personal experience, after all, is a political fight. And it is every person’s right to be fully protected by both law and practice,' says University of the Philippines Assistant Professor Hermie Monterde
'I hope that winning this award will inspire those who have failed and struggled.... There is always hope,' says Angelica Yang
The study will justify granting traffic enforcers hazard pay, says a research team led by Emmanuel Baja of the National Institutes for Health-University of the Philippines Manila
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
PRESS RELEASE: Bukás at libre ito sa publiko. Magpatalâ o tumawag sa Sangay ng Literatura at Araling Kultural ng KWF sa (02) 252-1953 o sa email na email@example.com
Election watchdog Kontra Daya and leaders of youth groups argue Duterte Youth Chairman Ronald Cardema does not meet the age requirement
Using the bookstore as venue is absolutely free of charge
'Di mo kailangan making perpekto. You are never worthless. Huwag kang matakot magkamali. Langoy lang, lipad lang,' says the acclaimed writer
'Papatayin nila ang demokrasya kaya anyone who helps in strengthening democracy...sisirain nila kasi media is one of the pillars of democracy,' says Vera Files president Ellen Tordesillas
(UPDATED) Several bands, singers, and spoken word artists are going to perform during the miting de avance, including Autotelic, Truefaith, Noel Cabangon, and Ebe Dancel
Archeologists find several artifacts at the Calumat site, including obsidian stones used as tools by Homo sapiens
The groups ask fellow voters to exert an effort to reach other electorates and educate them about the characteristics leaders must possess
The De La Salle University once again makes it to a Times Higher Education list, this time on Asia University Rankings. The University of the Philippines also climbs in rank and is now 95th in the region.
Bookmark this page to watch the Disinformation and Democratic Decay Forum on Monday and Tuesday, April 22 and 23
The Commission on Higher Education says starting classes in August would mean easier processing of budgets since the school year would become aligned with the fiscal year
Only 8,564 out of 20,964 students voted in UP Diliman’s student council elections
Share the results of your campus mock polls with MovePH, Rappler’s civic engagement arm
'Ang panghihimasok ng mga barkong Tsino sa bansa ay paglabag sa ating Saligang Batas at pagyurak sa alaala ng ating mga bayani,' says the UP Department of History, in a statement released on Araw ng Kagitingan
KAISA UP, along with other student representatives, condemn the aggressions done by the government to silence and harass journalists
The University of the Philippines Board of Regents also directs chancellors to conduct dialogues and consultations with their respective constituents
PRESS RELEASE: For 2019, the 14th UP Gawad Plaridel will be given to an outstanding transmedia practitioner. The deadline for submission of nominations is on April 15, 2019, 5pm.
UP journalism professor and 'Bulatlat' associate editor Danilo Arao added alternative and mainstream media should work together to defend press freedom
'Nakakalungkot lang na hindi ako makaka-graduate, hindi dahil sa negligence ko but sa negligence ng admin,' says graduating student Kirby Vicente
'I still feel there’s more to come, we can still play better. It’s just a matter of time,' says UP head coach Okumu
UP coach Godfrey Okumu says the Lady Maroons are not taking the slump lightly
At a recent Safe Spaces event, UP LGBT group leader Sam Cruz urges youth voters to go for candidates who will work to eliminate gender-based discrimination
(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
MovePH will be at the UP College of Law on March 12! Tickets for the forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now!
Dan Saavedra and King Miyagi find the back of the net as UP turns back Ateneo
Sidelined from competitive basketball for a year, Ricci Rivero got right to work for the Maroons in his UAAP comeback
The Lady Maroons may have stunned the reigning UAAP volleyball champions but UP head coach Godfrey Okumu believes the team has more to work on
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
'It's a very interesting story, and we hope that it will inspire those who face enormous challenges in the pursuit of their ambitions,' says UP coach Bo Perasol
'I sometimes wonder how much fire my passion has left and, truth be told, if such drive can be better nourished elsewhere – in another university or organization'
The De La Salle University makes its debut in the Times Higher Education Asia Pacific University Rankings, while the University of the Philippines climbs in rank and is now in the 101-110 bracket
A hundred graduates call on government officials, policy makers, and businesses to 'press' the Philippine government to end its harassment of Maria Ressa and the Philippine press
(UPDATED) The Lady Maroons pull off a thrilling win over the Lady Warriors right in the opening game of the UAAP Season 81 volleyball competition
The theme of this year's UP Fair is 'Rak N’ Rally', with Ressa originally scheduled to talk about press freedom