By Germelina Lacorte
Asean economic integration might have dire consequences for Philippine agriculture, which remains largely underdeveloped and “un-mechanized” and is, therefore, ill-equipped to compete in the free market, an undersecretary in the Department of Labor and Employment said here Tuesday.
By Boying Pimentel
I was there when UP last won the UAAP championship in 1986 and I even joined the pandemonium on the court at the ULTRA to celebrate my alma mater’s first basketball championship in more than 25 years. How I wish I could have also joined last week’s bonfire on the Diliman campus to celebrate the Maroons’ first […]
By Jeannette I. Andrade
Quezon City lawmen arrested on Saturday afternoon a retired American Army man who allegedly threatened to harm a dentist over a fender bender inside the University of the Philippines (UP) campus in Diliman.
By Dona Z. Pazzibugan
Only five of the country’s universities, led by the University of the Philippines, made it to this year’s list of top 300 Asian universities ranked by Quacquarelli Symonds, down from last year’s 14.
By Eunice Barbara C. Novio
While many graduating college students aspire to earn master’s and doctorate degrees, the cost of additional years of schooling makes them abandon their dream or put it on hold and brace themselves for job hunting and interviews.