NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

The University of the Philippines Is Getting a Billion-Peso Renovation Soon

13th September 2018
he Department of Public Works and Highways announced on September 10 that they have signed a memorandum of agreement with the state-run University of the Philippines to undertake the implementation of 20 construction and renovation projects in the campuses. Total...

Announcement on UPCAT 2019

12th September 2018
The UP Office of Admissions will be postponing the administration of the UPCAT 2019 nationwide.

OFF THE PRESS: The Carillon 2018 is now available online

17th August 2018
Enjoy the latest edition of Carillon, the University’s official alumni magazine.

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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Top PH biologist: Tech, data help us understand species better

12th September 2018
New York University dean for science Michael Purugganan talks about mapping genes and genomes and shares insights about evolution and how it helps us understand the world

Refusing to be daunted by failure, mother graduates with 2 children

4th September 2018
“When two of our children were about to graduate in the same university that brought me and my husband together many years ago, I decided to take a leap of faith and enroll in Math 100. I’ve been thinking,...

Pacita Abad: A million times a woman, an artist

4th September 2018
There are two things we must know about Pacita Abad’s “A Million Things to Say,” now on exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MCAD). First is that the exhibit is billed as a “reintroduction” rather than...