University of the Philippines Diliman
The Jorge B. Vargas Museum houses a fine collection of Philippine art from the 19th and 20th century and regularly features temporary exhibits of contemporary Philippine artists. It is located at the main campus of the University of the Philippines in Quezon City.
Whether you are planning on taking up a Master in Business Administration, a PhD in Enivronmental Science or just a certificate course in advanced photography, the Megacity has it all. Almost. For postgraduate education, there are five universities that offer a wide range of programs.
C-5 is a 32.5 kilometers long circumferential artery road that connects the north and the south of Metro Manila, which makes it an important alternative to the always-congested EDSA. C-5 is actually a network of roads and bridges that is still being extended.
The U.P Astrum Scientis Sorority, a duly recognized student organization in the University of the Philippines Diliman, will be celebrating its 43rd year of commitment to service and societal involvement.
The UP Arboretum is one of the remaining wildlife areas in Quezon City. It is home to 9,298 plants, 15 kinds of amphibians and reptiles, 47 bird species, and a number of mammals.
UP Vargas Museum presents Manuel “Manix” Abrera’s 14 Silent Comics on August 5, Wednesday at 4pm.
This garden of native trees is among the newest biodiversity spots inside the University of the Philippines in Diliman.
Get ready to experience the coolest fun run this summer!
Go beneath the surface and hear it here first at the largest and most-recognized University Student Council Elections Forum in UP Diliman.
Filipinos love to grab a bite on the go. A street scene in Manila is not complete without a street food vendor. Here we present to you some of the craziest and/or most delicious of these uniquely Filipino snacks, from Adidas (chicken feed) to Walkman (pig's ears).