PHILIPPINE COLLEGIAN

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NEWSFEATURES
Around the oval: A run-through of 2018

December 16, 2018

Philippine Collegian

Atin ‘to: MBT unites UP community amid silver...

December 16, 2018

Hannah Maria Imson

“UP Fight!,” someone screamed in the middle of the Sunken Garden and multiple voices would answer likewise. This exemplifies the joy and relief the University of the Philippines (UP) Community felt after getting into the...

Maroons slay Falcons, 89-87, clinch Finals spot

November 29, 2018

Philippine Collegian

UP will play in the Finals for the first time in 32 years after captain Paul Desiderio sinks a cold-blooded perimeter shot against Adamson University Soaring Falcons, 89-87 in the do-or-die Game 2 of the...

Maroons tame Tigers, 83-69

November 10, 2018

Philippine Collegian

The UP Fighting Maroons notched their seventh win for the first time since 2004 after convincingly beating their first-round tormentors University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers, 83-69, to knock out the Tigers out of final-four...

KULTURA
Trading people, instead of products

December 16, 2018

Amanda Juico Dela Cruz

“We could experience a stronger Philippine Peso this December, all thanks to the remittances from our Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs).” Former Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said in September 2018 that Malacañang is confident that the...

State of the Union: Strike ongoing

December 16, 2018

Humi Javier

The news read “Strike ongoing.” You are almost unsurprised and unbothered, as most readers are. It is the Philippines, after all. Days like this come and go. For you, as for most of us, the...

“Bigger is Better,” no more

December 16, 2018

Amanda Juico Dela Cruz

In April 2017, President Rodrigo Duterte unveiled that at the heart of his economic blueprint is the ambitious “Build, Build, Build” infrastructure program. We were told to expect the continuation of New Clark City that...

Learn to take a joke

December 16, 2018

Humi Javier

It has not been long since our President joked about rape. He said “for as long as there are many beautiful women, there are plenty of rape cases as well.” That did not make me...

EDITORIAL
Leave hypocrisy at the door

November 28, 2018

Philippine Collegian

It is a mistake to think recent fraternity-related controversies are about fraternities alone. The Philippine Collegian unequivocally condemns misogyny, patriarchy, and machismo perpetrated by these Greek-lettered organizations. For some, this condemnation arrives too late and...

Make hay while the sun shines

November 22, 2018

Philippine Collegian

• LANG CALMA When the editors asked me to write a column for this paper, I told them outright that I may not be a perfect fit. After all, I don’t allow myself to be...

Our empty war chest

September 28, 2018

Philippine Collegian

Save for two years of suspended operations because of World War II, the Philippine Collegian has been in continuous service since 1922. But where even Martial Law failed, money might finally succeed. The Philippine Collegian...

Remembrance, rage, and action

September 24, 2018

Philippine Collegian

Forty-six years ago, the country woke up to the hissing sound of television white space, radio static, and to newspapers announcing the declaration of Martial Law a few days back. For the next nine years,...

BREAKING NEWS
BREAKING: Thakur selected as new USC Vice Chair

December 8, 2018

Philippine Collegian

University Councilor Sean Thakur was selected by members of the University Student Council-Diliman as the new Vice Chairperson. Thakur was unanimously selected upon motion by University Councilor Madelene de Borja. Thakur will serve the unexpired...

BREAKING: Tomas resigns from the USC

December 8, 2018

Philippine Collegian

University Councilor Je Tomas tendered his resignation from the University Student Council-Diliman (USC-Diliman) this evening. In a verbal statement, Tomas said that he wishes that the USC-Diliman will focus on more relevant issues at hand,...

DEVELOPING: BOR apologizes for Farolan’s ...

December 3, 2018

Philippine Collegian

In a statement following its meeting today, the UP Board of Regents (BOR) apologized for the posts made by Regent Frederick Mikhail Farolan in social media. The BOR statement reads, “We apologize to the officials,...

Maroons fall short against Ateneo, 79-88

December 1, 2018

Philippine Collegian

UPDATED: UP fails to cool off Ateneo’s late explosion after coming up short, 79-88, in the Game 1 of Finals of the UAAP Season 81 Mens’ Basketball Tournament. Guard Jun Manzo came up big scoring 19 points,...

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Extension of payment of matriculation for the s...

January 10, 2019

Philippine Collegian

Late payment of matriculation for the second semester, AY 2018-2019 is extended up to 18 January 2019. Late registration will need clearance from the University Registrar and your respective Colleges first.

Extension of registration for the second semest...

January 8, 2019

Philippine Collegian

“In view of the suspension of classes announced by the Quezon City government on 09 January 2019 due to the Traslacion activities (Feast of the Black Nazarene), UP Diliman is extending the registration period until...

Proposed Philippine Collegian Rules (First Draft)

November 6, 2018

Philippine Collegian

We are pleased to present the first draft of the proposed Philippine Collegian Rules of 2018. The Draft and the resource materials used in crafting it are downloadable from this link: goo.gl/UjByW3. We encourage all...

Round Two of Collegian Rules Review on 13 Octob...

October 11, 2018

Philippine Collegian

The Ad Hoc Committee for the Review of the Philippine Collegian Rules is inviting ALL enrolled UP Diliman students to the second round of public consultation on 13 October 2018, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM...

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