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Life was never easy for Carmelita and her son. Despite all of that, her persistent determination and motherly love ensured that she would never falter in the face of adversity.

2 weeks ago

When we love someone, we tend to give and sacrifice everything to make that person feel they are important and loved. There are times, however, when love would have to leave us feeling broken, and we look for something that will heal the wounds and scars left by an ex-lover. 

3 weeks ago

While Facebook is busy augmenting reality, they should pay more attention to what life is trying to reveal to its users. 

3 weeks ago

While summer is about enjoying the vacation by trooping to the usual summer destinations, dare to be different and relevant by doing something special: not for yourself, but for others.

3 weeks ago

The sad part about our sense of history is that we don’t have it. 

3 weeks ago

Following the controversial responses on martial law made by candidates, students of the University of Santo Tomas rejected four out of six posts in their central student elections last April 22.

1 month ago

The third batch of The Philippine STAR’s premier internship program, the PhilSTAR Boot Camp, officially started last week with a two-day training session designed to hone budding writers to understand the craft deeply.

1 month ago

We have lost faith in the old ways, which always worked back then, but now, looks like a mere waste of time. With our faith in instant things, we have forgotten what it means to exert effort, even for things that really matter.

1 month ago

What do we miss when we don’t look up?

1 month ago

Even if we already have something, we still desire for more. But we're not talking about contentment and basic needs today.

1 month ago

It may sound pretentious for this sheltered girl to tell you of atrocities and injustices in this world, but it is because I am blessed that I get to realize how unfair things have come to be. 

1 month ago

Graduation season is about stories of success—of defeating many battles, overcoming all harsh circumstances, achieving the visions despite all the condescending voices that tell us we aren't capable of anything.

1 month ago

Filipino Catholics who are devoted to keeping their faith in the Almighty have pushed such culture up to now, with the idea that they share the same pain with Christ.

1 month ago

Today’s generation relies so much on social media for the latest news updates, entertainment and faster communication.

1 month ago

Holy Week is about the sacrificial acts the Lord has done to save us from sins. It is about the selflessness one can give to help many. It is about surrendering one’s self to serve a bigger purpose.

1 month ago

Her eyes tell stories. Though they are plagued with cataracts, Nanay Sally continues to look ahead. 

1 month ago

The UP Department of Speech Communication and Theater Arts will conduct a summer speech and theater workshop for children, teenagers and professionals in May.

1 month ago

"The finish line never ceases. It waits right there. It is never too late for anybody. Not even anyone when it comes to education."

2 months ago

If you have your diploma in hand, I salute you. Congratulations, you earned it. 

2 months ago

We all have our graduation tales, and it might not always be a sob story, but it will always be a story about fighting, and all battles well fought only result in one beautiful thing: victory. 

2 months ago

The school year at Haileybury College's campus outside Beijing began with three People's Liberation Army soldiers marching on a running track as the Chinese national anthem played over loudspeakers. Seven hundred students stood silently in single-file lines, their hands crossed, the international prep school's crest emblazoned on many of their coats and T-shirts.

8 months ago

The University of the Philippines Diliman finished as the last Filipino team standing in the 2016 United Asian Debating Championship held at Assumption University in Bangkok, Thailand.

11 months ago

The Department of Education has re-opened applications for Senior High School voucher program until May 16.

1 year ago

European Union encourages Filipino students to “expand” their knowledge by studying in Europe.

1 year ago

As public storm warning signals are raised in Luzon due to Typhoon “Lando”, the Department of Education on Sunday already suspended classes for Monday.

1 year ago

The Division of Taguig and Pateros bested the other cities of Metro Manila in this year’s National Capital Region (NCR) National Achievement Test.

1 year ago

The Commission on Higher Education has declared November 17 and 20 as "school holidays" in Metro Manila due to the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Economic Leaders' Meeting.

1 year ago

An official of a private schools' organization on Friday proposed that the make up classes be done during the semestral break in October in lieu of the four more days without classes due to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit.  

1 year ago

The DepEd announced that there will be no classes or office work in all NCR schools from November 17 to 20 due to the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation leader’s meeting.

1 year ago

The country's leading universities slipped further in the QS 2015 World Rankings.

1 year ago

At this year’s economic forum, 120 brilliant young delegates of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Voices of the Future Program will participate to learn and discuss solutions to the Asia Pacific region’s key development issues such as economic growth. Since the Philippines is the host, 20 Filipino participants will get the chance to join APEC VOF.

1 year ago

The University of the Philippines-Diliman Department of English and Comparative Literature will hold Shakespeare and manga workshop for comics and literature enthusiasts on September 19.

1 year ago

The first youth-led Global Health Debates held last August 23 to 27 at the Philippine International Convention Center focused on international health issues tackled through competitive debating with participants from all over the world.

1 year ago

Commission on Higher Education Chair Patricia Licuanan on Friday said that the budget of state universities and colleges is at an all-time high.

1 year ago

The Professional Regulation Commission announced on Wednesday that 2,491 out of 2,921 examinees passed the Physician Licensure Examination given by the Board of Medicine in the cities of Manila, Cebu and Davao this August 2015.

1 year ago

The Professional Regulation Commission on Wednesday announced that a student from Cebu topped the Physician Licensure Examination.

1 year ago

The University of the Philippines College of Mass Communication on Wednesday awarded the UP Gawad Plaridel for 2015 to award-winning scriptwriter and novelist Ricardo "Ricky" Lee.

1 year ago

Monsoon rains on Monday affected Luzon, prompting schools to suspend classes on Monday.

1 year ago

It's not every day that you see a graduate fresh out of high school heading a global phenomenon rooted in the value of youth empowerment.

1 year ago

In the coming weeks thirty Filipino students will pursue their academic dreams in several countries of the European Union after they won scholarships under the EU's Erasmus Mundus Programme.

1 year ago

Malacañang on Thursday tried to justify the proposed P2-billion cut in the budget of the University of the Philippines system next year.

1 year ago

Education Secretary Armin Luistro on Tuesday denied that the department is mulling the possibility of using 'beki''or gayspeak as medium of instruction in schools.    

1 year ago

Thirty-nine Filipino students will be able to pursue their academic dreams in several countries of the European Union after winning scholarships under the EU’s Erasmus + Programme.

1 year ago

The Department of Education and Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council in Manila announced suspension of classes on August 11, 12, 17 and 18 due to Maynilad’s rotating water interruption.

1 year ago

The Department of Education on Sunday said it is one with the indigenous peoples nationwide in celebrating the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples on August 9.

1 year ago

The Department of Education announced the suspension of classes on July 27 in view of President Benigno Aquino III’s last State of the Nation Address.

1 year ago

The Philippine team to the 56th International Mathematical Olympiad held in Chiang Mai, Thailand, won two silver and two bronze medals, and also received one honorable mention at the most prestigious world math competition for high school students.

1 year ago

President Benigno Aquino III has approved a law establishing an open high school system in the country.

1 year ago

To celebrate its 40th founding anniversary. Elizabeth Seton School will be holding a grand alumni homecoming at its main campus in Las Pinas on August 15.

1 year ago

The British Council partnered with the Department of Science and Technology and Commission on Higher Education to offer scholarships for full-time PhD study and research grants in the sciences under the Newton Fund.

1 year ago

In observance of the National Disaster Consciousness Month, the largest public elementary school in Tacloban City conducted an earthquake drill to determine the effectiveness of the school's contingency plan during disasters.

1 year ago