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Elementary to college students get a discount on buses, jeepneys, taxis, tricycles, the MRT and LRT, airlines, passenger ships, and transport network vehicle services every day of the week while they are enrolled
Drama del Rosario hopes his documentary would help eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health and sexual assault, especially involving male survivors
'The allegation that I am a spy is (pretty obviously) false,' he writes on Twitter, adding that he is 'well both mentally and physically'
(UPDATED) Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Alek Sigley is 'safe and well'
Yuka Morinaga, wife of the missing Alek Sigley, says his disappearance in Pyongyang is 'very concerning' and there was not 'anything weird' last time they spoke
(UPDATED) Students need only to show their school IDs to get free rides during specific hours on weekdays, except holidays
(UPDATED) Alek Sigley – who speaks fluent Korean and is one of only a handful of Western students living in Pyongyang – is believed to have been detained sometime in the last 3 days
A young artist celebrates his bond with his senior high school class in a unique and personal way
While the government makes Filipino and Philippine Literature courses optional in college, it has railroaded the bill for mandatory ROTC. This is 'false nationalism,' a group says.
A librarian has the responsibility to guide their patrons to the truth. Nowadays, such a responsibility is greatly needed.
If passed into law, the bill would make the Reserve Officers' Training Corps program mandatory for both male and female senior high school students
Election watchdog Kontra Daya and leaders of youth groups argue Duterte Youth Chairman Ronald Cardema does not meet the age requirement
Students from public and private universities can avail of short-term loans as early as this year, says Commission on Higher Education Chairman Prospero de Vera III
The death of Willy Amihoy, the 23-year old ROTC cadet and freshman student in Iloilo moved various organizations and groups to call for justice and oppose mandatory ROTC
Student labor activists post new allegations online against police saying they were summoned in the past week for 'meetings' at police stations in Beijing where they were threatened with expulsion and jail
PRESS RELEASE: The College Editors Guild of the Philippines is focusing on the 'campus press as vanguards for people's struggle for truth, justice, and democracy'
Here is a running list of rallies by student organizations and various groups to defend press freedom.
(UPDATED) If passed into law, the House bill would bar a senior high school student from graduating if he or she fails to complete the ROTC program
A noise complaint leads cops and barangay watchmen to a house which they enter after supposedly 'smelling shabu' right outside the residence
But if the bill is signed into law, postgraduate students and those enrolled in short-term courses would not be qualified for the discount
Macau refuses the entry of Yvonne Leung, describing her as a 'public security' threat. The 25-year-old Leung was a prominent student leader of Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement in 2014.
But both the education and defense departments are backing the proposal to require ROTC for senior high school students
‘These incidents point to a larger, more harmful issue at hand: the culture of impunity, derogation and moral corruption that have become inevitably associated with the fraternities on campus,’ says the UP Economics Society
'It’s frustrating to know that the justice system in the Philippines is clogged and the people behind the killings are not yet convicted,' says journalism student Frances Acorda
Interested participants may register online or contact Rise For Education until November 16
The report raises fresh questions about the practices of suppliers Apple uses to build its gadgets in China following the deaths of a number of workers in 2010 apparently linked to tough working conditions.
Youth organizations and student councils are coming together to push for the implementation of Bacolod's Students’ Rights and Welfare ordinance
Complaints from several students will now be part of official investigations conducted by the university
(UPDATED) 'We commit to protecting our students and lobbying for their safety and dignity,' says the university's student council
A controversy in the editorial exams of the 'Philippine Collegian' leads to the revival of an alternative 'official' students' publication. How will this be resolved?
'I am encouraging all administrators, faculty, students, and staff throughout the system to participate in meaningful and peaceful activities,' says UP president Danilo Concepcion
The Commission on Higher Education says scholars under existing programs outside the free higher education law may be affected by the lower budget for 2019
The UP Diliman University Student Council calls for the full return of the drums in the UAAP men's basketball games
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In a stinging criticism of the Ivy League school, the U.S. justice department accuses Harvard of manipulating the racial makeup of incoming classes
The Community Technical College of Southeastern Mindanao targets to complete a 3,000-book requirement by September 20, to get a permit from the Commission on Higher Education
'We have decreased the budget for some programs because they are already redundant with the Free Tuition Program,' says Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno
Plainclothes officers detain prize-winning photographer Shahidul Alam after his interview with Al Jazeera
Press release: The winning poster designs will be exhibited at the Tanabata Festival Week in Baguio
Numerous student organizations stand in solidarity with NutriAsia workers after a violent protest dispersal on Monday, July 30
(UPDATED) Netizens have been sharing photos of trashed condiments in response to the violent dispersal outside NutriAsia's plant in Marilao, Bulacan
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On Twitter, she accuses her ex-boyfriend of repeatedly beating her up
A rights group says at least 10 people died on Sunday after pro-government forces launched an operation in the south to clear opposition barricades
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency wants to require all high school and college students to undergo a drug test
'Kung sinasabi ng DepEd na hindi [naaayon] sa batas 'yun, panindigan nila 'yun. Hindi dapat [sila pumayag] dahil doon din kami nakasandal sa mga ahensyang ito,' says Vives Moreno, mother of a 10-year-old student
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