NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

CALL for ENTRIES! University of the Philippines Photo Awards

17th November 2021
THE GRAND PRIZE IS 100,000 PESOS! Greetings! The University of the Philippines is hosting a nationwide photography competition, which is open to everyone with any sort of camera. Isn’t that interesting? That is true. The topic is “UP in...

Alumni Email Registration Explainer

12th November 2021
Learn how to apply for your UP Alumni Email by watching this animated video explainer.

UP to launch official email service for its alumni

2nd November 2021
The University of the Philippines (UP) is proud of its vast academic community, especially its over 300,000 alumni. They include among their ranks outstanding leaders and professionals in the country and around the world who continue to make their...

THE CARILLON

The Carillon is the official UP alumni newsletter, published since the1950s. Its publication and distribution are managed by the Office of Alumni Relations, UP System, with the Director as official editor. With the objective of giving UP alumni a continuing communication link with and a sense of connection to the University and fellowalumni, The Carillon contains original news and feature articles,press releases as well as reprints of news articles from the different UP units, the UP Alumni Association, the different UP alumni chapters, and from fellow individual alumni.

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FEATURED ALUMNI

GOSSIP GIRL: Indonesian superstar is a Filipino who started out as ‘basurero’

12th November 2021
“My first hamburger came from the trash I collected in the buses that I cleaned for ten pesos a day when I was a kid. My stepfather was a basurero and he trained us to be the same, so...

P&G’s Evelyn Chua-Ng: Finding the right work-life balance

23rd October 2021
At the prime of her life, Evelyn Chua-Ng, 43, is an outstanding example of a successful career woman who has achieved a perfect work-life balance, grounded by a strong Christian faith.

Essential worker

23rd October 2021
Stratpoint Technologies chief executive officer Mary Rose De la Cruz is one of those rare individuals, who has put into good use what she pursued in school.