Monday, February 19, 2018

Special Reports

Fratmen squabble during hazing probe

The preliminary investigation of the Department of Justice (DOJ) on the hazing slay of Civil Law freshman Horacio “Atio” Castillo III ended last Jan....

‘Preserve press freedom amid attacks on media’ — veteran journalists

Veteran media practitioners called for campus journalists' full support in preserving press freedom amid attacks on media by the Duterte administration during the Black...

Court upholds graft raps vs CHEd chief

THE FIGHT to hold Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) Chairwoman Patricia Licuanan liable for graft continues for a respected school-accreditation association. In a Resolution dated...

‘Duterte to blame for priest’s death’

Priests called for an end to extrajudicial killings and blamed President Rodrigo Duterte for the death of 72-year-old Fr. Marcelito “Tito” Paez, who was...

‘Practice good politics in Marawi rehab’

POOR coordination with the national government could lead to malversation of funds in rebuilding the war-torn Marawi City, experts have warned. Dennis Coronacion, chairman of...

‘Alternative Learning System’ eyed as solution to drug problem

THE ALTERNATIVE Learning System (ALS) offered under the local government’s drug rehabilitation program has a potential to help solve the drug problem in the...

Federalism not superior to present system of gov’t, experts say

POLITICAL science professors slammed last Nov. 11 proposals to shift from a unitary government to federalism, saying this was not a sure-fire way to...

No one knew of past hazing rites? UST officials grilled in Senate

HAS HAZING been happening right under the noses of UST administrators? Senators questioned UST's policies on college fraternities as they resumed on Monday an inquiry...

Law dean denies meeting Atio during frat initiation week

FACULTY of Civil Law Dean Nilo Divina has denied accusations that he took part in multiple attempts at covering up the fatal hazing of...

Q&A: Detained Senator de Lima finds company in God, Grisham, Game of Thrones

AFTER eight months in detention, Sen. Leila de Lima maintains her innocence on the drug-trafficking charges against her, saying all the allegations were fabricated...

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