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Youthspeak: Patuloy ang kalbaryo ng mamamayan

Ang Semana Santa ay araw ng paggunita ng mamamayan sa mga paghihirap ni Hesukristo. Si Hesus, bilang isang propeta at mensahero ng Mabuting Balita sa kanyang panahon, ay niyurakan, pinahirapan, at pinaslang ng Imperyo ng Roma. Ipinapasan sa kanya ang krus at ipinako rito bilang kapalit ng kanyang walang pag-iimbot na paglilingkod at pagliligtas sa sambayanan.

Two SHS students add to suicide cases in CV

TUGUEGARAO CITY — Senior high school students Ronnel Sergia of St. Philomene Academy in Alcala town and Jennifer Lagajet of FL Vargas College here, were reported to have committed suicide last March 14, Wednesday and 20, Tuesday, respectively.

Konsultahang Kabataan inilunsad sa Cagayan Valley

SANTIAGO CITY — Inilunsad ang Konsultahang Kabataan, sa panguguna ng Kabataan Partylist (KPL), sa Nueva Vizcaya State University (NVSU), Bayombong at Isabela State University (ISU), Echague noong Huwebes, ika-22 ng Pebrero.

Student Regent, USC lead UP student summit

BAGUIO CITY — To raise the concerns of the students, Ma. Shari Niña Oliquino of the Office of the Student Regent (OSR) and the University Student Council (USC) spearheaded the UP Baguio Student Summit at Abraham Sarmiento Hall in the University of the Philippines Baguio, Sept. 26.

Cagayan youth group decry rights violations

TUGUEGARAO CITY — A solidarity program for human rights was held last August 14 at Cagayan State University Andrews campus. In the program, regional youth formation Masakbayan, called for vigilance on the looming campus militarization due to the mandatory drug test policy implemented by the CSU administration.

IP youth vs Martial Law in Mindanao

BAGUIO CITY — Indigenous youth leaders across the country called on President Rodrigo Duterte to lift Martial Law in Mindanao and to stop development aggression and militarization of their communities.

Youth situation presented for Duterte’s SONA

BAGUIO CITY — As the second state of the nation address (SONA) of President Rodrigo Duterte draws near, people are still asking if there was really any change. With this, youth groups readily presented their assessment on the first year of the so-called “first left-leaning” president.

Youth greet school opening with protest

BAGUIO CITY — Several groups here, led by students and teachers decry government’s “abandonment” of public education during a demonstration marking the formal resumption of classes on June 5.

Youthspeak: Vilifying peoples orgs in the ROTC

Part of the military training given to cadets of the Reserved Officers Training Corps (ROTC) program by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) is being abreast to concerns to national security, and in turn knowing the enemies of the state. The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its respective political and armed wing – the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) and the New People’s Army (NPA) – is an established adversary of the government’s Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP). The two parties has been at war for 48 years and counting, with neither camp showing signs of defeat.

Baguio Students Day, beyond mere recognition

BAGUIO CITY – For the fourth time, the youth of the City have meaningfully celebrated September 17 as the day of the students, the promise of their youth and the power of their collective action. Hoisting the call for genuine change, hundreds of students actively participated and shared indispensable insights, talents, and skills in each of the activity lined-up for the celebration, and not without the silent hope to effect concrete change.