Infographic: March is Women’s History Month

Celebrating Women’s History Month March is Women’s History Month, and part of celebrating this, Eagle News wants to give honor to women who helped the world become a better place to live in. These powerful woman contributed history and marked important happenings in various area such as education, fashion, film and etc,.   -Eagle News PH

Let’s Get To Know Larry Tesler; The Guy Who Invented ‘Copy and Paste’

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web, this coming March 12, 2014, let us get to know the man behind the most powerful and used technique that saves our freaking life in school and work everyday, Larry Tesler; the guy who invented the ever useful ‘Copy and Paste’.   Lawrence Gordon Tesler was born on April 24, 1945, a computer science graduate from Standford University in the 1960’s. Lester is a […]

Teenagers Today

Today’s Teenager Are Braver, Independent and Fearless By: Natalie Kate Ann Juntado Looking back 10 years ago, if i had to describe a cool teenager, it would be someone who is playfully enjoying his skateboards with his funky little friends. Person who has a cassette tape listening to the Backstreet Boys, some might be watching Johny Bravo on their Saturday morning. But those were the days, Generation Y back then are very far from what we see […]

Internet Slang Terms That Changed The World

Internet Slang Terms You Need To Know     Keeping updated with the latest internet terms and lingo words are quite tough especially if you are the kind of the person who is not an internet savvy. But did you know communication has changed in so many ways in the world wide web? Netizens today are creative; being able to form a phrase that somewhat useful in everyday’s interaction. Internet slang terms are going viral, […]

Simple Thoughts To Beat Mid-Week Blues: Typography

Beat Mid-Week Blues Graphics and Content By: Natalie Kate Juntado (Eagle News PH) The most crucial days of the week are Wednesday and Thursday, that is why a lot of people, especially students and employees are feeling a little bit lazy to run errands. But sometimes all we need is a bunch of ideas to inspire us to do more. It maybe in the form of words from someone who pushes us to work hard. […]

INFOGRAPHIC: Why You Should Start Saving in Your 20’s

Start Saving In Your 20’s By: Natalie Kate Ann Juntado   People in their 20’s often fail to understand what is financial planning. Some think that financial planning is costly and unnecessary.  This is the age when some young people thirst to prove themselves by having a nice and impressive career.  Others are simply in that extravagant mode when money is wasted on things not considered important in their actual daily lives.  Still, some just […]

Amazon Releases 100 “must read” Books Before You Die

100 Books Everyone Should Read Editors from Amazon has released a list of their 100 “nust read” books before you die. “With 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime, we set out to build a road map of a literary life without making it feel like a homework assignment,” Sara Nelson, Editorial Director of Print and Kindle Books at Amazon. Most of the books are century classics or recent bestsellers and the oldest in the […]

MMDA to attend the hearing for P0.50 increase in jeepney fare

MANILA, Philippines – Officials of Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) have been asked to attend the hearing on Friday, March 7 about the increase in jeepney fare by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB). On the first hearing of LTFRB, the Alliance of Concerned Transport Organization (ACTO) has asked if the Skyway Stage 3 project will affect the main jeepney routes in Manila.  ACTO members also asked about the effect of the four-day […]

SGV having trouble with tangled, torn wristbands

The accounting firm SGV & Co. is having difficulties in getting the exact number of participants at the ongoing INC Worldwide Walk. In an interview with EBC Reporter Weng dela Fuente, SGV spokesman Leo Maligtas said that their biggest challenges so far were the unprecedented number of people and those whose wristbands keep from sticking together or tearing apart. Maligtas said they have deployed around 50-70 SGV personnel to supervise and monitor the counting, which […]

Church officials, ministers lead charity walkathon in Manila

Iglesia ni Cristo Executive Minister Bro. Eduardo V. Manalo’s message and call for compassionate care for fellow countrymen and INC brethren was read before the large crowds that participated at the INC Worldwide Walk held in multiple sites around the world, today, February 15, 2014 (PH time). The greatest number gathered in Manila where top INC Church officials and their respective families, led the 1.6km walk from the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) to Rizal […]

Rosa Parks turns 101

                Rosa Parks, the Mother of the Civil Rights Movement after refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955. Parks once said  “When people made up their minds that they wanted to be free and took action, then there was change. But they couldn’t rest on just that change. It has to continue.” Born on February 4, 1913, Rosa Parks […]