Rappler's latest stories on universities
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
This is the first MovePH roadshow in Mimaropa. Tickets to the forum are free, but seats are limited. Register now!
Ateneo Lady Eagles Bea de Leon, Kat Tolentino, Maddie Madayag, and Kim Gequillana are sticking together in their professional volleyball debut
We cannot adopt a defeatist attitude and just sit idly by and let China seize what international law has declared to be our own exclusive economic zone
What would you have wanted to ask the reigning Miss Universe?
The women whose graduation photos are used are not the subjects of the news report embedded in the blog post. They also deny being raped.
(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'
Universal Robina Corporation says its partnership with Intersnack Group will set the groundwork for larger and more efficient operations in the Oceania region
Kicking off their title defense in style, the Red Lions make sure there are no surprises against the Chiefs
Lyceum's standout twins Jaycee and Jayvee Marcelino commandeer the Pirates to a thrilling triumph versus the Knights
Coco Arayha Suparurk has since deleted the post but pageant fans aren't having it
PRESS RELEASE: Since the coffee at the plantation was grown organically, pesticides were out of the question and considered impractical
(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
'Spider-Man' actor Tom Holland gives kids a superhero surprise of a lifetime!
(UPDATED) Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Alek Sigley is 'safe and well'
'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
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) 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
'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?'
Contemporary Filipinos have humorously deconstructed and reconstructed the aswang and its beastly kin as intimate parts of the Filipino worldview, much like the beasts of ancient Greek mythology
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
University of the Philippines has the 2nd highest rate, and Cebu’s University of San Carlos has the 3rd highest rate
'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
Catriona spent 10 months preparing to be Miss Universe Philippines 2018
Tigers coach Aldin Ayo admits that he advised veteran point guard Marvin Lee to just hone his craft in the MPBL
'To be of a certain faith, may it be Christianity or Islam, is to be human,' says 21-year-old Jomana Lomangco
University of Santo Tomas rules the seniors and juniors divisions of UAAP Season 81
'This is really where it all began. This is where I was given a chance to represent the Philippines,' Catriona says on crowning the next queen
Every graduation, Atenean seniors are told to go 'down from the hill.' This year, perhaps it is time to ask why there is even a hill at all.
A young artist celebrates his bond with his senior high school class in a unique and personal way
Catriona is set to crown the new Miss Universe Philippines and attend a fashion gala
'We have lost with grace, and though painful that is part of one’s education. We have to accept the pain, and grieve for healing takes a little time'
Ateneo dominates the league's most popular sports as it gears up on its hosting of Season 82
The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Center at Stanford University honors veteran journalists who 'contributed greater understanding of Asia through outstanding reporting on critical issues affecting the region'
'That’s (national team) a whole other aspect after UAAP. It definitely would be an honor to represent the Philippines,' says Kat Tolentino in a Rappler Talk episode
People become an open book through University of the Philippines Los Baños' Human Library
'I am fueled by my dreams, dreams which Ateneo’s generosity nourished, in a country whose problems are partly caused by the same inequalities that created the Ateneo'
The fatigued San Beda squad fails to overcome St Clare's 3rd quarter surge
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'Please don’t accept the world as you see it today...What you report and how you fight for truth matters.... Dream of a better future. Then go and make it happen,' Rappler's Maria Ressa tells the class of 2019
' [I] Thank the people of my second home [the] Philippines. I thank God for the privilege of having won Miss Universe in their beautiful country,' says the first Miss Universe winner from India
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