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The Supreme Court's decision on the case of a former Xavier University Cagayan de Oro law professor settles that power – not sex – is central to what sexual harassment really is
(UPDATED) While there were no demands for sex, the Supreme Court says 'sexual harassment is not the violation of the victim's sexuality but the abuse of power by the offender'
University president Fr. Roberto C. Yap, SJ, denounces the red-tagging incident as an orchestrated effort to intimidate faculty members and undermine its programs.
Have you ever wondered what swimming in a polluted ocean is like?
Northern Mindanao Police spokesperson Superintendent Surki Sereñas says the family of Gexie Ray Ungab won't file a case 'because they are apparently under threat'
Check out the pledges of Northern Mindanao students after #MoveCDO
'Love what you do dearly. Extend service to others genuinely and see the world more clearly. Through these, we will be able to set the world on fire,' says Nicole Rose Baculio
Nadine Gadia Casiño, founder of Modern Nanays of Mindanao, advocates for natural child care and supporting other mothers
'Before these artists joined Dire Husi, they had difficulty in letting go of their past, but because of music and art, their lives have changed forever'
Jay Nelson Corbita's father worked as a school janitor while his mother sold ice candies, hotcakes, and banana cue. He learned the most important life lessons from his parents.
Some members of the Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan community unite in solidarity on the National Day of Protest, for a prayer vigil within the campus
There are many more Cagayan de Oro Jesuits I should recognize and tell more stories about There are also those who are still living and of course the Jesuits I have worked for and with in other places
Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan marks the 119th Philippine Independece Day by being reminded of the value of freedom and the dangers of martial law
We really need to promote more concern and engagement because if we Mindanaoans won’t do it who will?
I was asked to talk about what we can do in the future but I say why wait for the future when the future is now when the future is here and when the future is us
For Gimar Reyes one of the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines for 2016 a life devoted to service for others is his way of loving God back
We celebrate the partners and friends we’ve made this year and the innovative social media advocacy campaigns we’ve conducted together with them
Filipino historian and anthropologist Dr Antonio Montalvan II weighs in on the burial of the late dictator in a forum in Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan
Two Lumad students tread rough roads and life s challenges to achieve their dreams of having an education and giving back to their communities
Aside from UP AdMU DLSU and UST the list also includes Ateneo de Davao University Silliman University Xavier University and University of San Carlos
We celebrate this declaration as a symbol of our bravery determination and unity to live free with human rights and dignity says Dulce Dawang of Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan
Incumbent Cagayan de Oro mayor Oscar Moreno secures his seat with more than 97 000 votes
A day before the votes are cast let’s look back at CDO s performance 6 years ago How did the national candidates fare in CDO during the 2010 elections?
The survey conducted by Kinaadman Research Center shows that Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte persists as the front runner among the presidential candidates in Cagayan de Oro
When you pick the next leader never again should you pick a dictator Never again should you give up the freedom that people long ago fought so valiantly for says activist Susan Quimpo to a room full of students
A forum for candidates in Cagayan de Oro puts a spotlight on climate change and environmental issues
The survey also indicates that incumbent Mayor Oscar Moreno 2nd District Rep Rufus Rodriguez and former Mayor Vicente Emano are locked in a statistical tie in the mayoral race
Heads of Jesuit run universities join nearly 530 other signatories against ‘the darkness and oppression of the Marcos years’
Xavier University says they hope the polls encouraged research into the candidates profiles and active participation in the national elections
Despite the dark moments of 2015 there are still stories of hope thanks to ordinary people s acts of kindness
Because the youth have a major role to play in the upcoming elections they have to connect to social issues and find the passion to act
During PHVote Challenge: Cagayan de Oro s TheLeaderIWant students identify leaders they want based on the presidential bets stance on issues and track records
Youth leaders say CDO youth are engaged participative and have a high level of societal consciousness
UPDATED They pitied the strangers some of whom had been walking for 4 hours just to reach home
Here is a story of how a street child exposed to drugs and crime at a young age went against all odds and graduated from Ateneo
Moro Islamic Liberation Front MILF chief peace negotiator Mohagher Iqbal tells graduates of Xavier University Ateneo de Cagayan that the youth will reap the fruits of the peace process
With rumors of student walkouts the university will be on red alert during its Baccalaureate Mass and university convocation on March 26
Groups of students share their initiatives that have been helping families affected by Typhoon Sendong in Cagayan de Oro 3 years ago gain livelihood
How did the most destructive storm of 2011 pave the way for better nutrition programs in Cagayan De Oro?
Sendong survivors commemorate their experience during the catastrophe through “Straight from the Art
When it comes to disasters preparedness is always better than response
The Social Good Summit s afternoon panels discuss disaster readinesss and response and the power of volunteerism
In light of the Zamboanga crisis a group of Mindanao students discuss the meaning of peace
A group of student volunteers from Xavier University High School Ateneo de Cagayan participates in the annual Brigada Eskwela program
There have been alleged cases of fraud as CF cards were found in a dumpsite while votes were being counted in the May 2010 elections
With the memory of Typhoon Sendong still fresh in their minds residents of Cagayan de Oro City have become stronger and more prepared for any natural calamity
I went to review class studied after class and slept late because I was answering at least 100 questions a day to help me prepare for the board exam
Sibya Cebuano for broadcast will mark the start of an annual gathering of student communicators in Northern Mindanao