UP sets up “Tabang sa Iskolar ng Bayan,” a fundraising project to help the estimated 20% of its students who continue to struggle in the aftermath of Typhoon Odette.
From north to south, the entire UP community celebrates the holidays with a concert by the UP Symphony Orchestra and choirs and musical groups representing each UP campus. Would you please celebrate with us on Wednesday, December 22, 7:00 pm.
From the rubble of the old Faculty Center that had burned down a few years ago, the UP will construct a new College of Arts and Letters Building in Diliman.
Can the most significant global public health crisis lead to a reawakening of the values of altruism, compassion, and trust? As shown during the University’s 4th Colleges and Universities Public Service Conference (CUPSCon), yes, it can.
UP students and UP officials held an online town hall session on September 20. The meeting aims to help the University take stock of its experience of remote learning and teaching as it prepares academic roadmaps.
Never again. Never forget. Be part of the UP Days of Remembrance from September 20-24, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, and help fight misinformation and historical revisionism about Martial Law and the Marcos regime.
Truth or myth: Martial Law under Marcos was a peaceful economic golden age. The UP Days of Remembrance, to be held from September 20 to 24, aims to reveal the truth behind the misinformation and propaganda.
UP will welcome its new and returning students to a brand-new academic year through a System-wide virtual assembly tomorrow, September 16, at 10:00 a.m.
In the run-up to both the 50th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law and the national elections, UP is set to reveal more truths and lessons of Martial Law and the Marcos regime in a week-long virtual commemoration from September 20 to 24.
What exactly was “cut” in the UP proposed budget for 2022?