Rappler's latest stories on campus journalists
The College Editors Guild of the Philippines calls on all publications to remain vigilant and continue to 'persistently uncover the true state of our society'
At a time when online hate spreads like wildfire and affects public discourse on social media, Rappler news editor Miriam Grace Go urges students to amplify real voices online
'The vanguards of light and truth in various campuses are being the next targets of control by the government and school administrations,' says College Editors Guild of the Philippines national president Daryl Angelo Baybado
The job of a journalist takes place in a world that is drugged with online disinformation and where journalism is treated like a crime
The College Editors Guild of the Philippines condemns the 'culture of killing and impunity' that emboldened the killers. One of the fatalities is a campus journalist.
This year's National Schools Press Conference theme is anchored on 'Fostering 21st century skills and character-based education through campus journalism'
This comes after San Beda Senior High School stopped 'The Bedan Roar' from releasing its edition that tackled President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-drug campaign
Student leaders and campus journalists are locked inside a holding room in the House of Representatives for hours to keep them from attending the hearing on the implementing rules and regulations of the free tuition law
Think of some of the dream-come-true stories you've heard or witnessed, or your own story. What did they have in common? Opportunity.
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In the course of Philippine history, several campus publications stayed true to this role of shaping public opinion. They’ve gone beyond the 4 walls of the classroom and tackled the same issues hounding the country.
Press freedom advocates argue that the Campus Journalism Act has, in itself, flaws that compromise press freedom
The College Editors Guild of the Philippines invites media practitioners and concerned citizens to join the 'Black Friday Protest for Press Freedom' at the Boy Scout Circle in Quezon City on January 19 at 6pm
How challenges did not discourage two sisters from Camiguin province from becoming award-winning campus journalists
The Larroder sisters have been competing their way to the National Schools Press Conference for 5 consecutive years since 2013
We celebrate the partners and friends we’ve made this year and the innovative social media advocacy campaigns we’ve conducted together with them
Campus Journalists de Cebu calls on school paper advisers to hold an inter secondary schools writeshop and competition