Former Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Winnie Monsod believes the Philippines will be hard pressed to achieve its target growth rate of seven to eight percent next year and even beyond.
University of the Philippines Diliman
The Alpha Phi Omega (APO) fraternity at the University of the Philippines Diliman is making a bold stand against extrajudicial killings by running naked around campus.
The disenchantment with traditional politics which catapulted a mayor from Mindanao named Rodrigo Duterte to the presidency will keep him popular regardless of how much he curses or fail to deliver on some of his promises, sociologist Randy…
Iskos and Iskas, rejoice! You need not go to Katipunan or Philcoa to study overnight for your midterm exams.
Reading, one of Senator Leila de Lima's few remaining pasttimes in detention at the Philippine National Police Custodial Center, has been curtailed, former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod has revealed.
Vice President Leni Robredo has denied being a member of the civil society group Tindig Pilipinas despite her appearance at a mass attended by politikos from the Aquino administration.
Professors from the University of the Philippines Diliman have condemned the recent killings of three teenagers, as they expressed alarm at the looming authoritarian rule that may be imposed by President Rodrigo Duterte.
Students of the University of the Philippines Diliman have taken a stand against the Duterte administration's war on drugs following the death of 17-year-old Kian Loyd Delos Santos.
The parents of Carl Angelo Arnaiz are still in shock over his death because they find it unthinkable that their smart, kind-hearted son will be involved in robbing a taxi driver.
KAISA, a political organization based at the University of the Philippines Diliman, has slammed the administration's bloody war on drugs following the death of UP student Carl Arnaiz.
The administration of the University of the Philippines Diliman has suspended the collection of tuition fees for the first semester of school year 2017-2018 as it has yet to determine how many students are applying for the subsidy.
Senator Nancy Binay has called on the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) to clarify the rules governing the implementation of free tuition policy in state colleges and universities (SUCs).
Various student organizations from the University of the Philippines Diliman have criticized the administration for continuing to collect tuition fees from students despite the P8-billion budget given by the government to pay for the…
The visual artist behind the controversial "UPLift" sculpture at the University of the Philippines Diliman has denied that he copied it from a Dutch artist, whose work bears a striking resemblance with his.
Vice President Leni Robredo has urged Filipinos to unite as democracy comes under attack due to the weakening of institutions.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Solita "Winnie" Monsod has come to former president Benigno Aquino III's defense after his predecessor, Pampanga Rep. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, blamed him for Beijing's reclamation activities in the…
Vice President Leni Robredo on Friday (February 24) urged President Rodrigo Duterte to become the leader he promised he would be during the May 2016 polls by ensuring he upholds the law and human rights.
The Duterte administration wants Senator Leila de Lima locked up in jail at all costs, but may not exactly be bent on convicting her for drug-related charges, University of the Philippines Diliman sociology professor Randy David said.
Is there still pork barrel left in the P3.35-trillion national budget that President Rodrigo Duterte just signed into law?
Like two other prominent schools along Katipunan Avenue, Miriam College (MC) also condemns the hero’s burial given to dictator Ferdinand Marcos last November.
Contrary to the Commission on Human Rights' claim, Congress won't be violating the Constitution if it passes a law reinstating the death penalty, University of the Philippines Diliman broadcast communication professor Victor Avecilla said.…
Close to a month may have passed since dictator Ferdinand Marcos was laid to rest at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, but students of the University of the Philippines Diliman are still outraged by the honor given to him.
The University of the Philippines Diliman League of College Councils (LCC) has taken President Rodrigo Duterte to task over the delay in the release of 130 political prisoners demanded by the communists.
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