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Report of the UP Student Regent on the General Assembly of Student Councils (GASC)

January 12, 2012

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Report of the Student Regent on the General Assembly of Student Councils First GASC for Academic year 2011-2012 2 January 2012 The General Assembly of Student Councils (GASC) was held as scheduled on 20-21 December 2011 in UP Visayas. It was hosted by the local student councils, who did a commendable job of welcoming everyone […]

Statement of the UP Student Regent: On political repression and impunity

June 24, 2011

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by Hon. Krissy Conti, UP Student Regent June 23, 2011 The UP community this week has been steadily reminded of the perils of political repression. On Sunday, five UPLB students were detained for causing tumult and public disturbance in Calamba after they shouted “education is a right”, among other slogans. Today, we launched the campaign […]

Journalist & UP Prof. on “Ethics of Protest”

March 28, 2010

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ETIKA NG PROTESTA Prop. Danilo A. Arao Mga bastos at terorista. Ganito raw ang mga hindi kagalang-galang na aktibista. Ano pa nga ba ang matatawag mo sa mga naghahagis ng mga silya’t mesa palabas ng mga klasrum para sunugin? Ano pang termino ang gagamitin mo sa mga puwersahang nagbubukas ng kinandadong gate ng kampus? Ang […]

UP student councils: Protests to greet Pres. Roman, Malacañang regents on graduation exercises

March 25, 2010

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UP student councils: Protests to greet Pres. Roman, Malacañang regents on graduation exercises 25 March 2010 / News Release The largest alliance of student councils in the University of the Philippines (UP), vowed to step up protest actions even during the different graduation exercises across the UP System this April to demand among many issues the […]

A Public Apology from the UP Community Regarding the Events of March 24, 2010

March 25, 2010

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A Public Apology from the UP Community Regarding the Events of March 24, 2010 From http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=112795522063952&index=1 We are from the University of the Philippines (UP), and on behalf of our dear Board of Regents (BOR), especially the esteemed President Emerlinda Roman, we apologize. Contrary to what the whole nation witnessed on March 24, 2010, not all […]