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Damaged Trust
As Multiple Controversies Hit, UP Fair 2024 Tries to Keep on Track

Reg Dipasupil

Dec 2, 2023

Night handler hazing allegations, fraternity involvement, and public clamor call into question the UP Fair’s effectiveness as an advocacy platform.

Pandemic Maladjustments
Private School Qualifiers Outnumber Public in Three Years of UPCA

Vyan David Abella

Dec 1, 2023

Despite an increase in public school applicants, their portion of qualifiers decreased in the shift to UPCA, casting doubt on the adherence of the admissions process to providing democratic access.

Network Lag
With Less Budget and Lack of Admin Initiative, DILNET Lags Are Here To Stay

Johnson Santos Jr.

Dec 1, 2023

Without enough funding, internet connectivity on campus is seen to remain as it is today: slow and limited.

After Six-Year Hiatus
PH Gov’t, NDFP Agree To Resume Peace Talks

Daniel Sebastianne Daiz

Nov 30, 2023

The revival of the peace talks has been under consideration by the Marcos government and the NDFP, both of whom have been holding informal talks since last year.

Finals Dominance
Maroons Secure Commanding Victory Over Archers in Finals Game 1

John Florentino Perez

Nov 30, 2023

The UP Maroons clinched its first victory with a commanding lead, flexing its offensive assault and defensive mastery over the Green Archers.

Democratic Governance Crisis Anew
Panel Rejects Plea to Extend Law Dean Search Process

Daniel Sebastianne Daiz

Nov 22, 2023

In a letter dated November 14, nine UP Law faculty asked the law dean search committee to extend the “consultative process and public forums” until December 10.

Paghingi ng Palugit
Tatlong Araw na Tigil-Pasada Kontra Phaseout, Ikinasa ng PISTON

Dean Gabriel Amarillas

Nov 20, 2023

Nilinaw naman ng PISTON na hindi sila tutol sa modernisasyon ng mga PUV, ang hinihiling nila ay isang “just transition” na hindi nakalilimot sa kapakanan ng mga drayber at operator sa bansa.

Thinning Bylines
The New Premises Behind Campus Journalism

Iñigo Pastor

Nov 16, 2023

UP Diliman’s campus publications are running on deficit, calling for a reexamination of what they face and what they fight for.

Six Years After Passage
1 in 10 UPD Students No Longer Covered by Free Tuition Law

Frenzel Julianne Cleofe

Nov 15, 2023

Challenges to accessing free tertiary education remain rampant as a large chunk of students are ineligible for the free tuition law.

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