Dulaang UP Presents #R </3J

  After 40 years of staging exceptional plays spanning from the classics to the contemporary and producing renowned directors, actors, designers, production and stage managers and technical directors, Dulaang UP celebrates this season with the theme… 20/20 Vision: Clarity . Originality. … [Read more...]

Voice of the Youth Launches Two New Shows on Radyo Inquirer

Voice of the Youth Network continues to inform, inspire, involve and empower the Filipino youth through two new radio programs on DZIQ 990 AM Radyo Inquirer. On July 18, Saturday, the pilot episode of “Gen Y-Z Radio” aired from 8-10pm. This show is geared towards the youth that are part of … [Read more...]

Y4iT the 13th: Are You Ready?

The biggest Information Technology event in the country is ready to soar to greater heights as the Youth Congress on Information Technology (Y4iT), organized by the UP System Information Technology Foundation (UPSITF), returns for its 13th year on September 9 to 11 at the SMX Convention Center, … [Read more...]

Let Your Voice Be Heard. Be a Young Inquirer!

Are an aspiring radio broadcaster, reporter, journalist, or writer? Are you a student of any communication-related course or an active member of your school’s publication? Do you want to make a difference and create positive social change in your community? We need you. Voice of the Youth … [Read more...]

Tips on Surviving Metro Manila During the Rainy Season

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If there's one thing that sets Metro Manila apart from other cities in the country, it's the ridiculous rainy season. As the hot and humid days make way for cloudy, rain-heavy mornings, countless students and professionals brave these flooded roads every morning. Every student in the University Belt … [Read more...]

VOTY, Official Youth Media Partner of National Youth Commission

Voice of the Youth Network (VOTY), a volunteer youth organization that aims to inform, inspire, involve and empower the Filipino youth through media and ICT, is now the official youth media partner of the National Youth Commission (NYC). ​VOTY’s Founder, Pocholo “The VoiceMaster” Gonzales … [Read more...]

Nikon School to Offer Food Photography Workshop

Calling the attention of foodies and photography enthusiasts! Nikon school is offering a Food Photography Workshop on August 8, 2015, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Vikings Mega Mall. The said workshop will be led by Mr. Sam Lim. Workshop fee is Php 3,000. For more information about the workshop, call … [Read more...]

When Age and Business Clash: Nicole Panaligan

When we think about the future, we often think about flying cars, digital food, and jet-powered shoes, but have we ever considered the future as our own? A loot, perhaps.  Something that would make us go deranged while in the process of contemplating or absolutely awestruck when the sudden … [Read more...]

JUST DO IT! (Or How to Pursue Your Dreams ft. Shia LaBeouf)

Shia LaBeouf is the last person you'd expect to star in an internet meme, but he was making people crack and inspired with his extremely motivational video. He was standing in front of a green screen, in all his bearded and braided glory, flexing his muscles, and telling people to just do whatever … [Read more...]

5 Things Youth Volunteers Will Surely Understand

The world is such an awesome place because of volunteerism. Because of volunteers, there are people who are willing to do things without expecting for anything in return. Despite the increase of crime rates in some areas, we can be assured that there are still people who never get tired of serving … [Read more...]

The Happy Pills

Public services are usually seen as something useful and well, inevitable. Our society today revolves around three types of people: those who see things, those who think about the things they've seen, and those who actually do something about it. We can all say that we have a rising economy in both … [Read more...]

Part-Time Jobs You Can Have While Studying

Are you a struggling student? Don't worry; you are not alone. I myself was known for being a certified raketera during my undergrad days (and I still am, actually). Since we didn't have enough money for tuition and daily expenses at school, I had to look for several part-time jobs. Now, you may … [Read more...]