The Perfect Study-Cation Spots Around U-Belt

The Perfect Study-Cation Spots Around U-Belt

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A transport cooperative operating in Las Piñas provides 25,735 passengers with the means to safely board and ride their solar electric jeepneys along the route of Alabang to Zapote.

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The semester break is finally over; students are finally back and will continue to face tons of paper works, exams, projects, and quizzes in the academe.

Some students find it unproductive when they do school works alone because they don’t get motivated. Students get easily bored and then feel tired and rather than finishing their work, they would rather go to sleep and bring out the Mañana habit (mamaya na habit).

Coffee shops and libraries are now go-to spots for students to read and do their tasks, because they are motivated when they see people doing the same. We have listed five (5) places that will activate every students’ study-cation mode to 110%.

1. Plug It

Why don’t you start moving and look for Plug It – Coworking Space & Study Hub located in Sampaloc, Manila. This study hub is definitely worthy for study-cation because they offer unlimited WIFI, unlimited coffee, and unlimited juice for their customers. Another great thing about this place is that you can bring food from outside – no corkage.

Manila Churches Ready To Accept More Attendees

Catholic churches in Manila are ready to accept more churchgoers as the city government approved an increase in the number of people that would be allowed to attend religious gatherings.

Gatchalian Reminds School Officials: Strictly Enforce Health Protocols

"Ngayong nagsimula na ang klase, lalo nating dapat tutukan ang kalusugan ng bawat guro at non-teaching staff lalo na't sila ang nagsisilbing mga frontliners sa pagpapatupad ng distance learning sa gitna ng pandemya."

Duterte Assures Gov’t Will ‘Look For Money’ To Settle Red Cross Debt

“We’ll look for the money. Hindi naman marami but ang priority natin dito is really medical treatment, medical attention. Babayaran to in a short while, do not worry.”

Angeles City To Release P19.7-M Add’l Bonus To Employees

Angeles City is set to release PHP19.74 million additional bonus for 1,316 city hall employees despite the pandemic.

Lopez Sees No Need To Defer 13th Month Pay

Department of Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon Lopez sees no need to defer the 13th month pay for this year as the government stands ready to support distressed micro and small enterprises amid the pandemic.

Gatchalian Sounds Alarm On Low Teacher Licensure Exam Results

Gatchalian sounds the alarm on the low passing rates of the Licensure Examination for Teachers as he reiterates the need to improve the quality of teacher education and training in the country.

DOE H1 2020 Market Share Data Lands Phoenix In 3rd Spot

Phoenix climbs one notch from its fourth place position in the same period in 2019, dislodging previous third spot holder Chevron Philippines.

Baguio Eyes Easing Tourist Restriction Rules

According to Mayor Benjamin Magalong, adjustment in the entry protocols of the tourism bubble, which initially allows residents from the provinces of Pangasinan, La Union, Ilocos Sur, and Ilocos Norte, is being finalized.

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Raymund Marasigan leads the second session of Myx Musiclass! Have you registered yet?

Palace Assures COVID-19 Vaccine’s Affordability

ROQUE: “Hindi naman po ganoon kamahal ang estimate natin sa bakuna. Ang estimate po ni Secretary Dominguez, USD10 per dose at kinakailangan dalawang dosage so USD20 per person."