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MetroBriefs: DepEd, DTI hold price check of school supplies »

WITH THE RESUMPTION of classes next month, the Department of Education (DepEd) and Department of Trade Industry (DTI) on Tuesday inspected bookstores in Manila to prevent the overpricing of school supplies.

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President Aquino surprises Malacañang Museum guests, poses for selfies »

They were at the Malacañang Museum to learn about the country’s past presidents when outgoing President Benigno Aquino III snuck up to them to say hello.

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Cebuana receives global recognition for anti-tumor research »

A Filipino student has reaped the benefits of her hard work, as Arianwen Rollan of Cebu City was credited by the Qatar Foundation during the 2016 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (IISEF), for her research on anti-tumor properties of malunggay seeds (Moringa oleifera).

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Did you know: Commission on Higher Education »

The Commission on Higher Education was established on May 18, 1994, under Republic Act No. 7722, or the Higher Education Act of 1994.

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Militant youth group urges Duterte to scrap K to 12 program »

Militant students from Kabataan party-list on Tuesday urged presumptive president-elect Rodrigo Duterte to stop the implementation of the K to 12 program.

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90-year-old cancer patient receives college degree »

Graduating from college is no easy feat, but doing it at 90 years old while battling cancer, is truly something else.

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Medialdea, Laurel, Yasay, Tugade eyed for Duterte Cabinet »

Presumptive president-elect Rodrigo Duterte bared on Monday, some names, whom he said, could help him run the government for the next six years.

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Educating K-Pop stars »

K-pop production companies are notorious for the rigorous training of their entertainers who undergo years of dance and vocal training before they enter the competitive market.

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