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Pahayag ng UP KILOS NA sa insidente ng karahasan kay UP student Lordei Hina at Panawagan para sa Donasyon

February 3, 2012


Hustisya para kay Lordei Hina ANG PAMANTASANG BINABARAT AY PAMANTASANG NAGTITIPID AY PAMANTASANG WALANG KASEGURUHAN AT WALANG KASIGURADUHAN Pahayag ng UP KILOS NA sa insidente ng karahasan sa mag-aaral ng UP Diliman na si Lordei Hina Pebrero 2, 2012 Buwan ng pag-ibig at pagmamahalan ang Pebrero. Ngunit sa unang araw ng Pebrero ngayong taon, sinalubong hindi […]

UP Cebu Dean Avila at 2 pa, pinatawan ng preventive suspension

June 2, 2011


IPAGDIWANG ANG TAGUMPAY NG SAMA-SAMANG PAGKILOS! NAPATAWAN NA SA WAKAS NG PREVENTIVE SUSPENSION SI DEKANO AVILA NG UP CEBU! Pahayag ng All UP Workers Alliance Dulot ng determinado at matatag na pagkilos at panawagan ng iba’t ibang sektor ng UP Cebu at suporta mula sa buong UP System ay umaksyon na ang Administrasyon kaugnay ng […]

STAND-UP: Condemn Aquino’s Budget!

January 6, 2011



Anakbayan UP Diliman on Student Council Elections

February 16, 2010


Challenging their politics of change As a student institution, the University Student Council serves as venue in which our voices could be heard. We elect student leaders with the belief that they will uphold and defend our rights, and fight alongside us to achieve our demands. Our choice of leaders will play a crucial role […]

STAND UP for Democratic Rights & Welfare

February 12, 2010


Crossroads The past year witnessed victories we have gained through our constant action within the university. Specifically, we speak of the student demands which the administration has granted recently. Such victories only mark the beginning. Our struggle continues, as it reflects only the widespread problems which plague our country. Our demand for students’ rights inside […]

STAND-UP on Neoliberalism & the Need for Student Representation in the BOR

February 12, 2010


EASY TARGET: STUDENT REPRESENTATION Student Alliance for the Advancement of Democratic Rights in UP (STAND-UP) The internal conflict within the University of the Philippines is sharper than ever. The conflict manifests in a crisis that pits the agents of neoliberal education, further commercialization and privatization against the forces asserting the mandate of service to the […]