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I still remember the day I woke up paralyzed on my left side.

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The De La Salle University (DLSU) won the 2017 Inter-Collegiate Finance Competition organized by the Financial Executives of the Philippines.

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She was one of the most prominent figures of activism at the University of the Philippines Manila. When conversations tackled women’s issues and gender emancipation, she surely came to mind.

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When the youth come together not to #YOLO but to care for the environment, you know they’re in the right track.

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‘Millennials are self-entitled individuals.’ Thus spoke Philippine Star Campus’ Vberni Regalado as he, together with a roster of motivational young speakers, conducted a seminar to talk about the career path, hardships, and traits of Filipino millennials.

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For a game they developed called “War Tactics,” a real-time multiplayer game set in augmented reality...

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Temperamental brats.

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The German government has awarded scholarships to three Filipinos and six other Southeast Asians to enable them to pursue their doctorate and Master’s degrees.

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The Flame, the official student publication of the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Faculty of Arts and Letters, is set to hold its 4th How Press Works seminar on Dec. 4.

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With the language shifts happening in many Asian countries because of the integration of Southeast Asian nations, there is a need to review general language policies.

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Following the conclusion of the ASEAN Data Science Explorers Philippines national finals, six local students were awarded the top three awards for their insights and ideas on driving a sustainable future for ASEAN.

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Alfonso Solomon Ramos Magno of the University of Santo Tomas (UST) ranked first in the 2017 Certified Public Accountant licensure board examinations with a rating of 91.33%.

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The Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) recently hosted ASEANCONNECT, a forum on extension in higher education with more than 200 participants coming from various parts of the Asian region.

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On August 3, 1964, a kindergarten school was opened by the Parish Council of Gagalangin as a response to the encouragement of His Eminence Rufino Cardinal T. Santos of Manila to establish a school in every parish.

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Days are tough for lawyers. Every day, they toil to prepare for their next case and weave legal instruments to win their battles and to put individuals or institutions to justice. It is already a difficult endeavor to partake, but some young lawyers are just unstoppable and take on the path of serving other people through advocacies that are close to their heart.

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The National Youth Commission and the Commission on Elections awarded talented young filmmakers in the INKED short video compilation on Oct. 23 at the Far Eastern University. The first three finalists won a cash prize of P15,000 while the remaining winners will receive P5,000.

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Enactus Philippines is the country arm of Enactus International, an NGO which operates in 36 countries worldwide and conducts a yearly competition to decide which Philippine team merits the title of Enactus Philippines National Champion Team, which will go on to represent the country at the annual Enactus World Cup.

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A school garden program being implemented in Laguna has been showing the way to successfully produce vegetables.

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With me 24/7 is a magic bag, a big old rose magic bag that perfectly matches my school uniform. Inside this bag are things I need to survive each day in school. These are things that I need in order to deliver my job as an educator effectively.

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It is no lie that millennials comprise a huge part of society, and they are not immune to the many issues happening in the country.

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The National Youth Commission (NYC), in cooperation with the Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC) of the Embassy of Japan based in the Philippines...

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The University of the Philippines (UP Diliman) College of Law bested 17 schools in the country to emerge once again as champion in the 2017 National Moot Court Competition on International Humanitarian Law (IHL).

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“DO NO injustice, suffer no injustice,” proclaims the Aegis Juris of the UST Faculty of Civil Law in its official seal that is represented by the shield of justice. With the brutal death of neophyte Horacio Tomas Castillo III allegedly from hazing, the motto has been exposed as nothing but mockery and hypocrisy.

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The Department of Education-division of Taguig City and Pateros partnered with BPI Foundation and consultancy social enterprise YGOAL for BPI SHAPE Business and Academic Fair to help the first batch of senior high school students in the area find internship opportunities.

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How do we tie the loose ends betwen academe and industry?

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I wish I could say that when I look in the mirror, I’d see Taylor Swift.

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Ilocos Sur is set to host the Palarong Pambansa next year, as announced by Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones.

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For many Filipinos, a good education is golden. It represents a key – for many, the only key – out of the locked chains of poverty.

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"A painting talking with me like a friend long gone: a pat on my heart and mind, some sweet-scented regards about life and then, a goodbye. What a sight."

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In a world full of insensitive people, having a mental illness can really be a challenge. It seems as though you are fighting with yourself while battling other people’s judgment.

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Iligan City’s Doña Juana A. Lluch Memorial Central School launched a reading program earlier this month.

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The National Youth Commission welcomed Duterte Youth chairman Ronald Cardema as NYC commissioner representing Luzon, with the rank of Assistant Secretary as he took his oath on Sept. 18.

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John Ronan Reyes, a Grade 8 student from Tabaco National High School in Albay, recently won the Gold Award at the International Environment Sustainability Project Olympiad (INESPO) for his research work on the potential use of Tonight (ficus nota), a common Philippine shrub, as an adsorbent for copper contaminated water.

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Volunteerism is heavily ingrained in the Filipino culture.

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They were young and idealistic individuals who only wanted to see their country free from the dictatorship. They were killed for speaking the truth and for wanting a change. They are the young victims of Martial Law.

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With the fast-paced lifestyle that the world has come to know these days, there are those who have to play catch-up to ensure that they are not left behind.

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With the fast-paced lifestyle that the world has come to know these days, there are those who have to play catch-up to ensure that they are not left behind.

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The House of Representatives approved the Department of Education’s proposed budget for 2018 during a plenary hearing on Sept. 6. The P612.12-billion budget would improve basic input rations and more projects to support the K to 12 program.

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Renowned particularly for its Humanities work, with nine Nobel Laureates including the chemist Hans Fischer and the physician Karl Landsteiner, plus other Nobel associations including the physicist Erwin Schrödinger, the economist and philosopher Friedrich Hayek and the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, as its notable alumni – the University of Vienna (UV), Austria is now inquisitive over the issues of media literacy and citizen journalism in Southeast Asia.

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The University of the Philippines Diliman celebrates diversity, inclusion, and equality for the LGBTQ+ community with “UP Pride 2017: We Love Equality” on Sept. 12 to 15, 2017.

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The Lorma Colleges Senior and Science High schools proved their mettle once more as they seized three gold medals in the recently held Fully Residential Schools International Symposium held in Putra Jaya, Malaysia from Jul. 28 to Aug. 1, 2017.

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The education sector is faced with many problems, not least of which is keeping students in schools, encouraging them to finish their studies,  reaching those in far-flung areas, and ensuring that their scores  in various competencies improve.

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Studying chemical reactions and identifying different species of spiders are tasks that would not appear on many people’s bucket list.

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To help rebuild war-torn Marawi City, Japanese Foundation R.K. Shimzu donated desks and chairs to various schools affected by the clash on Aug. 25.

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The youth is the future of this country. That future becomes unclear as teenagers drop out of school one by one due to early pregnancies. Society is not ready to address the issue of girls  aged 15 to 19 becoming mothers.

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When I was doing my research on the history of homosexuality in the Philippines, I encountered an article saying that the Philippines accepted gay people during the time of “datus” when homosexuals were even granted a high-ranking status as healers, or in our own language, “babaylan.”

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The National Youth Commission invites young entrepreneurs to join the 2nd Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Young Entrepreneurs Carnival (AYEC) at the Philippine International Convention Center

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Two young Filipino mathletes from BHC Educational Institution Inc. brought home seven medals during the China Primary Mathematics Olympiad held in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China from Jul. 26-31.

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I held back my tears.

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Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Briones signed seven different partnerships that aim to holistically develop the competencies of teachers and students nationwide.

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An Australian university based in Melbourne will host an international research forum on contemporary issues about the Philippines later this year.

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We take inspiration anywhere we can find it. From the things we see, people we meet, places we go, and stories we hear, there is a fragment that we leave to ourselves that keeps us moving. These inspirations make us realize that there is more to be done, and that there are many others like us who also need encouragement to go forward.

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Millennials. If we checked the internet, we’d find tons of meanings as to the definition of a millennial. Basically, they are those born from 1982 to 1994 while other sources stretch the range up to 2004.

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MANILA, Philippines - After the Sine Kabataan Short Film Competition, the National Youth Commission opened applications for INKED, a short video competition that focuses on the importance of voting and its v

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