education

FALSE DECLARATIONS – Lying about your credentials can land you in jail

According to popular employment website Jobstreet.com, it is fairly common for job seekers to declare false information in their resumes. People routinely do that through various means – from declaring unearned degrees, […]

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education / history

PAANO MAGING BAYANI? | Ten standards in selecting Filipino heroes

The country’s celebration of the National Heroes Day tomorrow comes just two weeks before the scheduled burial of former President Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. It is in fulfillment […]

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education / Weather

#WalangPasok – Class suspensions for August 27 2016

(Updated, 8:00 AM) Parts of Metro Manila and nearby provinces including Bataan, Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Pampanga, and Zambales have been experiencing occasional thunderstorms since Friday night, which caused intense traffic and flooding in […]

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#WalangPasok / holiday announcements / news

SEVEN LONG WEEKENDS | List of holidays for 2017 according to Malacañang

With just a little over four months left before 2016 ends, Malacañang has already released the official list of national holidays for the 2016. This is stipulated through President Rodrigo Duterte’s Proclamation 50, which […]

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education / history

September 9 2016 declared holiday in Cebu – Sergio Osmeña Day

Filipinos nationwide will mark the 138th birth anniversary of the late President Sergio Osmeña Sr. this September 9. It is a special non-working holiday in the province of Cebu and its component cities as mandated by Republic Act (RA) […]

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death / entertainment

In loving memory of Lilia Cuntapay, the ‘horror queen’ of Philippine cinema

I’m heartbroken to hear about the death yesterday of Miss Lilia Cuntapay due to health complications at age 81. She is best remembered for her ‘aswang’ and ‘white lady’ roles in popular […]

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holiday announcements / news

Eid’l Adha – September 12 2016 Philippine holiday

UPDATED, SEPTEMBER 6 Filipino Muslims will join the rest of the Islamic world in observing Eid’l Adha or their annual feast of sacrifice this September 12, Monday. That day has been declared a […]

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commentary / history / politics

What can be done to stop the youth from their hero-worship of Marcos?

Today is the 33rd death anniversary of the late Senator and Martial law-era opposition leader Benigno Aquino Jr. In previous years, various activities were held to commemorate his fight for the restoration […]

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news / sports

NO 2ND MEDAL FOR PH | Pinay taekwondo jin Elaine Alora loses to Mexican veteran

Pinay taekwondo jin Kirstie Elaine Alora lost to veteran fighter and 2008 Beijing Olympic gold medalist Maria Espinoza of Mexico in their round-of-16 match for women’s 67 kg. Saturday night (Manila time), […]

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education / history

#WalangPasok – August 30 2016 declared a holiday in Bulacan

The province of Bulacan will lead the rest of the nation in commemorating the 166th birth anniversary of hero and propagandist Marcelo del Pilar this coming August 30, 2016. The said occasion, […]

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#WalangPasok – January 21 2022 declared holiday in Tarlac City

Tarlac City will be celebrating its sixth annual Kaisa Festival this January 21, 2022. The day has been declared a special non-working holiday as stipulated in Proclamation 1279 which Executive Secretary Salvador […]

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#WalangPasok – February 1 2022 declared holiday for Chinese New Year

The Chinese community in the Philippines and around the world will celebrate their annual Spring Festival – more commonly referred to as the Chinese New Year- this February 1. February 1, 2022 is a special non-working holiday nationwide as […]

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LOOK HERE: Full list of national holidays for 2022

With just a little over two months remaining in 2021, Malacañang has already published the official list of national holidays for the year 2022. This is mentioned through President Rodrigo Duterte’s Proclamation […]

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#WalangPasok – Schools announce class suspensions as students clamor for academic ease

(UPDATED, 2:00 AM of JANUARY 10, 2022) Several schools in Metro Manila have announced class suspensions for next week due to the sudden rise in COVID-19 cases across the region. The school […]

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