A sixteen-year-old snatcher was no match to a female member of the Far Eastern University running team who was able to recover her cell phone after chasing and subduing the suspect at the corner of Kalaw Street and United Nations Avenue in Manila Thursday morning.
By Jaymee T. Gamil
With just weeks to go before the end of the school year, the police, Manila City government and a consortium of schools in the university belt have signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) to ensure the safety and security of all students in the area.
By Jamie Marie Elona
National Capital Region Police Office chief, Police Director Leonardo Espina ordered the relief of the police community precinct commander of Manila Police District’s station 4, following the shooting incident in the University Belt area Tuesday evening which resulted to the deaths of two Far Eastern University students.
By Nancy C. Carvajal
A new case of violence was reported in Manila’s university belt area Tuesday night when a student was killed and two others were injured after a group fired at them while they were standing in front of the Far Eastern University gate in Sampaloc district.
By Cathy C. Yamsuan
Those who are “not educated for voting” are choosing from those who are “not educated for serving.” This, in Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago’s typically trenchant view, is what ails the Philippine body politic.
By Fat Reyes
More than 40 students of the Far Eastern University (FEU) have stayed in the school’s main campus in Manila since Monday night due to the heavy rains that wreaked havoc in Metro Manila and nearby provinces.
The Alejandro Melchor Jr. Foundation in collaboration with Far Eastern University will hold “Pathways to Leadership: Young Leaders Conference” on Friday to mark Melchor’s 10th death anniversary, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at FEU-IAS conference center. A commemorative Mass will be celebrated by Bishop Raul Martirez, DD, at 11 a.m., followed by a luncheon with Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson as guest speaker. Melchor Jr. served in government for more than 50 years under nine presidents as a Navy officer, acting secretary of defense, executive secretary, and ambassador to Russia.
Papers highlighting various aspects of Manila’s history and culture, as well as studies on how these relate to national history, will be presented at the 21st annual conference of the Manila Studies Association Inc.
Games today: Araneta Coliseum 1 p.m. – UE vs. NU 3 p.m. – Ateneo vs. FEU THE REIGNING champions Ateneo Blue Eagles try to kickstart the second round with yet another win over archrivals Far Eastern University as the two protagonists from last year’s finals figure in their second meeting in just a week in [...]
By Christine O. Avendaño
President Aquino’s family has suffered two deaths in one week. Josephine Cojuangco-Reyes, the President’s aunt and eldest sister of his late mother, former President Corazon Aquino, died on Tuesday shortly after collapsing during the funeral service for her elder brother Pedro who died barely a week ago. She was 83. Presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said [...]