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By Doris C. Dumlao
Ayala-led Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) on Monday honored 10 exemplary children of overseas Filipinos, concluding its seventh annual search for young people who excelled in academic and nonacademic fields despite being away from their parents.
By Victor Anthony Silva
More than 100 students from all over Cebu City converged at the University of the Philippines (UP) Cebu Arts and Sciences building lobby yesterday to help pack relief goods intended for typhoon victims. Students of the University of San Carlos, CIT University, Cebu Doctors’ College, Velez College, Saint Theresa’s College, and UP Cebu, helped tape [...]
FOUR days after typhoon “Yolanda” struck Daanbantayan, schools in northern Cebu towns remain roofless and soaked classrooms were filled with fallen tree trunks, leaves and branches. While the Department of Education (DepEd) continues to assess the situation, students and teachers will undergo stress debriefing to help them recover from the trauma of experiencing the loss [...]
Parents in Cebu City are still wary of sending their children back to school. In Buhisan Elementary School, principal Virginia Cainghog said attendance was down 70 percent even if only two classrooms suffered minor damage. “On the first day of school, the attendance is already okay, but there are still students who are afraid but [...]
HAIDEE Torion waited anxiously for her children Hynes and Stephanie to get out of their classrooms at the Mandaue City Central School yesterday morning. “Akoa na sila gi-ingnan daan nga dapat ila dayon coveran ilang ulo unya mangita silag kataguan sa ilalom sa mesa (I told them earlier that they should cover their heads and [...]
By Kristine Angeli Sabillo
President Benigno Aquino III has signed into law a bill requiring anti-bullying policies in all elementary and secondary schools in the country.
By Jose Santino S. Bunachita
Cheap beer and live bands on weekends make Kuerks Bar in downtown Cebu City a favorite hangout for students. The restobar where 16-year-old customer Jan Niño Pogoy was bashed in the head during a Sunday dawn melee that involved Cebu City Councilor Gerry Carillo was found to have an expired business permit and no license [...]
By Queena N. Lee-Chua
Since 2010, our research team (Maribel Sison-Dionisio, Ichel Alignay, Nesy Fernandez, Chris Peabody and I) has been studying the media behavior of around 4,000 high school students from Ateneo de Manila University and Miriam College.
By Shiena M. Barrameda
A female student participating in a fun run in front of one of Bicol’s universities in Sorsogon was hit by a bullet fired by still unknown perpetrators early morning on Sunday, an Army official said.
By Maila Ager
A bill that would prohibit sex offenders from entering, loitering or gaining access to schools and residing 300 meters from the premises has been filed at the Senate.
By Niña P. Calleja
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has issued guidelines requiring the drivers and operators of heavy vehicles carrying cement to have signs warning other motorists to keep a safe distance from them.
By DJ Yap
Charls Bryan Katipunan was, like any other star student in high school, quiet, diligent, smart.
Clad in their uniforms and toting school bags, grade school pupils, high school and college freshmen attended their first day of classes yesterday with a mixture of anxiety and excitement.