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Mactan car collision injures 5 college students, 2 others


  STALLED motorists passing through Barangay Pusok, Lapu-Lapu City had to make a double take upon reaching an area near the Mactan Export Processing Zone (MEPZ I) at around 2 p.m., Sunday. On the road were two badly damaged vehicles, a silver Honda Sedan and a gray Toyota Innova, that figured in a head on […]

Posted: March 19th, 2017 in Headlines | Read More »

Spikers from Cebu help teams snag NCAA beach volley crowns in Subic


CEBUANO spikers Rey and Relan Taneo and Cebuana volleybelle Grethcel Soltones made their presence felt as they towed their respective teams to the collegiate beach volleyball crowns of the National Collegiate Athletics Association yesterday in Subic. Soltones and partner Alyssa Eroa of the San Sebastian College-Recoletos pulled off a come-from-behind 16-21, 21-15 15-11 win over […]

Posted: February 26th, 2017 in Sports | Read More »

CHEd halts field trips, school tours


MANILA — The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) is imposing a moratorium on field trips and educational tours in all higher education institutions (HEIs) to give way to an investigation on the bus crash that killed 15 people in Tanay, Rizal, and a review of policies on such trips. The commission en banc on Tuesday […]

Posted: February 21st, 2017 in Nation | Read More »

Healing look


When I heard and read about Jakatia Pawa’s unjust hanging and the sorrow it brought to her family, especially her children, I remembered Ate Bebe, my goddaughter’s yaya. Bebe had worked as a high speed sewer in Metro Manila. She got married and returned to Bohol. After she had given birth to a little girl, […]

Posted: February 1st, 2017 in Opinion | Read More »

Vocation for all 


Los Baños, Laguna — This one goes out to all those who teach.  Pre-school, elementary, high school, college, alternative learning, out-of-school youth, homeschool, classroom, mobile school, community centers… whoever, whichever, wherever you teach, here’s an affirmation that your students and their worlds are so much better because you chose to be a teacher.  Everyone is […]

Posted: January 13th, 2017 in Opinion | Read More »

Game change in higher education?


The recent decision of the government to ensure free tuition among state colleges and universities is a noble step. But it does not answer the core problem of public higher education in the Philippines: that there are just one too many state-run schools that the country can afford. For decades, politicians were allowed to place […]

Posted: December 21st, 2016 in Opinion | Read More »

SWU Phinma holds Festival of Lights


In celebration of 65th anniversary of the granting of the university charter, Southwestern University Phinma introduced the first-ever Festival of Lights last December 9. The celebration started with a motorcade of colorful lanterns from the different colleges around the metropolis. The lantern from the Basic Education Department bagged the top prize. Students carrying lit torches […]

Posted: December 20th, 2016 in Community | Read More »

San Sebastian to hold tryouts in Cebu on Dec. 22 and 23


BASKETBALL players who are looking to take the next step of their careers will get their chance on December 22 and 23 as the San Sebastian College-Recoletos will be staging tryouts for both their collegiate and high school squads. The tryouts will be held at the Sacred Heart Gym along D. Jakosalem St. and will […]

Posted: December 19th, 2016 in Sports | Read More »

Free tuition for undergrad programs of state universities, colleges expected


STUDENTS enrolled in state universities and colleges (SUC) in the country have something to smile about. Tuition in the undergraduate programs of all SUC will soon be free after an additional P8.3-billion funding was granted to the Commission on Higher Education (CHed) for 2017. CHed Chairperson Patricia Licuanan explained that the P8.3-billion supposedly intended for […]

Posted: December 16th, 2016 in Headlines | Read More »

Sea Olympus hands Dormakaba first defeat, takes 1-0 lead in finals


SEA OLYMPUS put an end to Dormakaba’s bid for a perfect season as they handed the erstwhile unbeaten squad a 57-47 loss in Game 1 of the best-of-three finals in the Architects + Engineers Basketball Association Corporate Cup on Sunday at the Cebu Eastern College gym. Kim Rebosura took advantage of Dormakaba’s porous defense and […]

Posted: December 12th, 2016 in Sports | Read More »