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A video of a student demonstration in the UPLB campus is included in a military propaganda about progressive organizations being 'recruiters' of communists
In 1994, Sushmita made history, becoming India's first Miss Universe titleholder
A public school in Taguig is the first in the Philippines to dress robots in toga to represent its graduates. The first in the world to do that was a university in Tokyo.
Georgetown University says Patrick Ewing, the Knicks great now coaching his alma mater, is the only team member who tested positive
'We are now initiating studies to evaluate how well the vaccine induces immune responses in older adults, and to test whether it can provide protection in the wider population,' says the Oxford Vaccine Group
The company says it is 'engaging with international organizations,' including the World Health Organization, 'for the fair allocation and distribution of the vaccine around the world'
The University of the Philippines Office of Student Regent describes the approval as a 'big victory for the Iskolar ng Bayan' as they continue their campaign for mass promotion
Cambridge is the first UK university to set out its plans for the coming academic year starting in September
The Department of Health says that UP experts are already on the last stage of correcting the defects, which the agency doesn't specify
Dubbed as Kanlungang Palma sa Panahon ng Pandemya, the social sciences and humanities hub of University of the Philippines Diliman takes on the responsibility of housing suspected and probable coronavirus cases in the area
PRESS RELEASE: The call is open to all UP-affiliated faculty, students, staff, and alumni. This call is also open to fellows of UP creative writing workshops.
'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
To help out workers and their families struggling during the coronavirus lockdown, students make good use of their free time and lead donation drives online
The UP COVID-19 Pandemic Response Team, a group of some 200 professors, researchers, alumni, and students, says data sharing 'must be used to generate knowledge'
Through the civic engagement group Tabang PH, a fundraising initiative was organized to produce alternative personal protective equipment for frontliners and other vulnerable groups
Those below 20 years of age ‘have a high likelihood of bringing home the infection from school…to the more vulnerable members of their households’
Duterte signed the Universal Health Care Act into law, which has a provision for the premium hike for direct contributors, including OFWs
The University of Santo Tomas will also not impose a tuition fee hike for schoolyear 2020-2021, according to The Varsitarian
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The group also dedicates the song to doctors who died because of the coronavirus
UST stands on top of the UAAP general championship table before the abrupt end to Season 82
The country's premiere state university has led initiatives to contain the coronavirus outbreak
His wife, healthcare assistant Merry Janet, says Marlon didn’t show signs of breaking down, so they both took his condition lightly. He died in the ICU, where he worked.
The CHED, however, says that higher education institutions using a face-to-face set-up can open classes in September
Students, faculty members, and personnel of the Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas express their support for frontliners and Filipinos affected by the coronavirus outbreak in different ways
The singers virtually come together from all over the world in a show of solidarity in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic
Bebelan Madera of the University of St La Salle in Bacolod City was working in Manila when she was called home by her parents, a move that paved her way to law school
The University of Santo Tomas-Legazpi in Albay produces the 2019 Bar examinations' 1st and 3rd placers
Universal Robina Corporation starts off strong, but the coronavirus crisis disrupts its growth trajectory in the 1st quarter of 2020
How can the government ensure inclusivity in responding to the crisis?
The label says their name was included in the caption for the song's video without their consent
PRESS RELEASE: Openuniversity.ph is a free-for-all scholarly website dedicated to both the Filipino student and teacher
Hoping to be heard, Holy Angel University students amplify calls to suspend online classes using the hashtag #HAUyokoNa
Manila police detain student Rexon Aumentado over a supposedly invalid quarantine pass. Human rights lawyer Erin Tañada calls the detention a form of 'harassment.'
The Catholic university rejects students' call to end the semester amid difficulties posed by Cebu City's lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus
University of the Philippines teachers who prefer to give a grade of Pass to students will have to seek approval from the Board of Regents, UP's highest decision-making body
Some netizens think it's too early to set a date for the resumption of classes in the absence of a cure for the coronavirus disease, and suggest the provision of modules to students while waiting
The UP COVID-19 Pandemic Response Team says that the country's health care system should be prepared for an 'expected surge' in coronavirus cases once the Luzon-wide lockdown is lifted
More than 8,700 people also sign a petition in a bid to persuade school administrators to heed students' complaints and needs
Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque says the President has yet to decide on the suspension of classes
The Carnegie Mellon University project uses millions of responses to surveys of Facebook and Google users as part of an effort to monitor the spread of the virus
MSU President Dr Habib Macaayong says they shortened the second semester of academic year 2019-2020 because they gave 'consideration to the preservation of life, safety, and well-being' of the MSU community
Through a petition, students and members of the UST community continue to call on the administration to show compassion for Thomasians by suspending online classes while the coronavirus outbreak is ongoing
The student publications urge school administrators across De La Salle campuses to reconsider their academic directives during the coronavirus outbreak
While the awarding ceremony was canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, the 10 winning documentaries will be featured on Knowledge Channel in May
Johns Hopkins University's tally shows an increase of 3,856 deaths in the past 24 hours, but that figure likely includes 'probable' virus-linked deaths, which had not previously been counted
The 'XDBOT' is a box-shaped creation on wheels mounted with a dexterous robotic limb, which can reach awkward locations such as under tables and beds
In an act of compassion, several teachers opt to cancel requirements and pass students, allowing them to cope with the changes brought by the coronavirus outbreak
However, academic work for students and faculty will continue under the 'deferred' grade scheme