A science high school graduate warns of a “double pandemic” in a short infotainment video from a new digital art exhibition of the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) Center for Campus Art (CCA).
By Dexter R. Matilla Blue Harbor by Jose Joya Oftentimes life comes at you bringing unexpected change that while seemingly scary, can actually be an opportunity to reinvent oneself. It is not lost on anyone that the current global situation has enabled most to assess...
READ: Transcript of President Rodrigo Duterte’s sixth and final State of the Nation Address, delivered at the House of Representatives complex in Quezon City, July 26, 2020.
A vast majority of Filipino millennials felt that buying pre-owned items is more sustainable as the global trend of recommerce (the buying and selling of pre-owned items) accelerated across Southeast Asia and Hong Kong, an international study found.
A “predator since taking office”, the RSF said Duterte imposes his predatory method in the Philippines by waging “total war” against independent media.
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) on Monday, June 21, launched an app containing information on volcanic activity as it marked its 69th founding anniversary.
The De La Salle University – Dasmariñas’ “LaSalleDa: The DLSU-D Virtual Bazaar” runs from from June 21 to 26, 2021 via the DLSU-D webpage and the Lasallian Giving Facebook page.
The Philippine General Hospital Medical Foundation, Inc. received a Php 1 million donation from the Metrobank Foundation, Inc. for the rehabilitation of the hospital’s Operating Room Sterilization Area damaged by fire last May 16.
Application to join 5th international youth summit for sustainable agriculture, food security now open
A global forum and biennial conference for young leaders to collaborate for sustainable solutions for food security and global agriculture has started accepting applications.
A lay group launched an online Marian pilgrimage, featuring major basilicas and shrines dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, to pray the Rosary for an end to the pandemic.
The additional measures, according to Philippine Ambassador to Singapore Joseph Yap, were the return to online learning, work-from-home arrangements, and the suspension of dine-in operations in restaurants.
GCash, the top mobile wallet application in the Philippines, announced on Thursday new features that would allow users to natively shop, save, invest and get insurance coverage.
“The Ads Library and authorization process will provide detailed transparency information around political advertising throughout the election, as well as mitigate foreign interference,” says Facebook Head of Public Policy Clare Amador.
The Vatican has started formal proceedings to excommunicate all members of the mafia.
Colegio de San Juan de Letran in Intramuros, Manila opened their own community pantry named Mesa ni San Martin in honor of St. Martin de Porres, the Dominican saint known as the patron of charitable giving. Most of Mesa ni San Martin’s donors are Letranites: students, alumni, employees and their families.
Online cybersecurity company Fortinet has published a book for children about the do’s and don’ts of the internet, titled “Cyber Safe: A Dog’s Guide to Internet Security.”With children spending more time on the internet due to restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic,...