Global March Launches Fight Against Child Labor
Anthony Singson de la Cruz and Lisa C. Ito
"Minsan lang sila bata. Ibalik ang karapatan nilang mag-aral," was the call of an estimated 10,000 participants during last Saturday's anti-child labor parade at the Quezon Memorial Circle.
USC Delays Vote on Commercialization
Herbert Villalon Docena
With barely six weeks before a new council is elected, the University Student Council (USC) has yet to vote on whether to oppose or support the commercialization of education.
UP Guns Down UST 3-0 in UAAP Tennis
he UP Men's Tennis team survived a punishing encounter with a gritty UST squad at the CHK courts last Sunday to extend their winning streak to five matches and remain unbeaten in the six-team UAAP tournament.
More minorities in New UP Admissions Scheme
John Vincent S. Cruz
If the recently approved Excellence-Equity Admissions System (EEAS) works, then next year's batch of freshmen will probably yield more males, minorities, and public school graduates.
Salvador Carlos, 57
Vichael Angelo Roaring
For the alleged victims of Professor Salvador Carlos' sexual advances, the sickle of death that swooped upon his prison cell may have been karmic. Karmic or not, however, the public will never know now. Carlos or "Bading" as was referred to by close friends, died of cardiac arrest at the age of 57.