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The DLSUMC Facebook account says anesthesiologist Regina Uy-Alegado died due to COVID-19
The De La Salle University Medical Center says the coronavirus has infected 7 nurses, 7 support staff, and 3 doctors
'I think it's ridiculous. I think it's an easy way out. And I think they ought to be ashamed of themselves,' US President Donald Trump say at a White House roundtable discussion
Fil-Am Mike Magpayo replaces David Patrick as head coach of the University of California Riverside
Sister sorority UP Stella Juris says there is 'no place to justify nor tolerate any malicious conduct...allegedly committed by certain individuals who were identified as members of UP Scintilla Juris fraternity.'
Sagip Kabataan gives food packs and other essential goods to stranded students of the University of the Philippines Diliman and the Polytechnic University of the Philippine
The study in question predicted that coronavirus cases could shoot to 40,000 by the end of June
The University of Asia and the Pacific encourages victims of sexual harassment to come forward and file complaints with the Office of Student Mentoring, Guidance and Counseling
All sources of information – from media to politicians to social media platforms – should work together to better inform the public about the coronavirus, says the lead author of a Reuters Institute study done in 6 countries
PRESS RELEASE: Titles on sale include 'The Conjugal Dictatorship of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos' by Primitivo Mijares and 'The Women of Malolos' by Nicanor Tiongson
Known as ChAdOx1 nCoV-19, it is already being tested in volunteers in Britain, and is due to start being administered this week in South Africa, as well
(UPDATED) Palma Hall in UP Diliman has opened its doors as an isolation area for suspected and probable coronavirus cases in the university area
PRESS RELEASE: Ateneo de Manila University is the first Philippine university to win 1st runner-up at the prestigious HSBC/HKU Asia Pacific Business Case Competition
The Cebu Normal University has informed the National Privacy Commission about the recent cyberattack
PhilHealth President Ricardo Morales had earlier sounded the alarm over PhilHealth's funds given the drop in contributions due to the coronavirus pandemic
Sandra Aguinaldo, the reporter who originally uploaded the photo under scrutiny, posts photos from other angles and clarifies that there was physical distancing during the protest
A report from FEU Advocate says 1,000 student accounts had been made public, with details such as names, student numbers, and passwords exposed
Senator Risa Hontiveros tells PhilHealth the coronavirus pandemic is the 'litmus test' for the implementation of the Universal Health Care Act
The now-deleted post implied Senator Risa Hontiveros should be sexually harassed by prisoners to change her mindset that men should be taught not to rape
'I have been a lawyer for 22 years now and I have not encountered these objectionable provisions that we found in the law,' says UC Law Professor Liza Eisma-Osorio
(UPDATED) The program at UP Diliman wraps up without any arrests
The UP Visayas website defacement is the latest in a string of cyberattacks targeting schools
PRESS RELEASE: The online course is designed for professionals and students from various STEM and ABM backgrounds who want to upskill towards a data science career
Merriam-Webster's editorial manager Peter Sokolowski confirms to AFP that the definition would be modified after a request by Kennedy Mitchum, a recent graduate of Drake University in Iowa
The names and passwords to access a site used to let students rate the performance of their lecturers and professors are made public in the breach
While San Beda is working with authorities, the alleged hackers' web page remains accessible. A new Twitter page also appears, claiming the public release of all the stolen data.
UP Cebu urges Cebu City Mayor Edgardo Labella and the chief of the Cebu City police office to 'seriously look into this clear transgression against our constituents and our property'
San Beda University seeks the help of the National Bureau of Investigation and the National Privacy Commission to track down the hacker
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The reopened theme park will only operate at 35% capacity, with new rules like mandatory face masks, temperature checks at the entrance, and ground markers
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'Instead of being a measure to protect our people, in the wrong hands, this bill can be used to oppress our people,' warned the Jesuit priests and the La Salle brothers
The university has a 72-hour window to send a notification to affected data subjects, according to the National Privacy Commission’s policies
The defaced version of San Beda University's portal shows a warning to the school and an apparent 'Doomsday' timer
Even when she was battling cancer, Christopher Al Eugenio's mother saved money to ensure her son can get review classes to enter his dream university
In the latest Times Higher Education rankings, the University of the Philippines climbs 30 points and is now 65th in the region. The De La Salle University, meanwhile, slides down to the 301-350 bracket.
The clarification comes after a report stated at least 30 athletes were told they would lose their scholarships in the first term of the academic year 2020-2021
Solutions to fix the reported issue include factory resetting or finding a way to access the phone's system to delete the image file
'Through universal basic income, every citizen above a certain age will be entitled to cash aid. That’s as straightforward a solution to poverty as one could get.'
Is it safe to ease the modified community quarantine in Metro Manila?
(UPDATED) UPLB Chancellor Fernando Sanchez Jr defends the students who participated in a demonstration in campus and were implicated in military propaganda against progressive organizations
In 1994, Sushmita made history, becoming India's first Miss Universe titleholder
A public school in Taguig is the first in the Philippines to dress robots in toga to represent its graduates. The first in the world to do that was a university in Tokyo.
Georgetown University says Patrick Ewing, the Knicks great now coaching his alma mater, is the only team member who tested positive
'We are now initiating studies to evaluate how well the vaccine induces immune responses in older adults, and to test whether it can provide protection in the wider population,' says the Oxford Vaccine Group
The company says it is 'engaging with international organizations,' including the World Health Organization, 'for the fair allocation and distribution of the vaccine around the world'
The University of the Philippines Office of Student Regent describes the approval as a 'big victory for the Iskolar ng Bayan' as they continue their campaign for mass promotion
Cambridge is the first UK university to set out its plans for the coming academic year starting in September
The Department of Health says that UP experts are already on the last stage of correcting the defects, which the agency doesn't specify
Dubbed as Kanlungang Palma sa Panahon ng Pandemya, the social sciences and humanities hub of University of the Philippines Diliman takes on the responsibility of housing suspected and probable coronavirus cases in the area