The following stories talk about the subject ‘Students’.
Criteria for passing in Depok schools, Ujian Nasional test results plus religious knowledge.
State imposed religiosity and conformity, or freedom from woeful ignorance of holy texts.
Other worldly factors in climate change, are Indonesian students right?
The so-called fatwa against the use of social networking sites like Facebook and Friendster.
Sectarian violence over classroom blasphemy allegations in the Central Moluccas near Ambon.
Ross on the bigotry of teachers of religion in Islamic schools, ideological jilbabs, and Dewi Persik.
Ross rails forth on the ex faculty deacon of IPDN, Lexie M. Giroth, murder cover up convict and now promoted professor.
Indonesia can't get enough of the news that Barack Obama has won the US election.
Three Indonesian institutions make it into the top 500 world's best universities list.
Indonesian students of Islam encountering western anti-orthodox religion philosophy.
Cases of religious leaders and teachers abusing their authority and proximity to children.
People from East Nusa Tenggara continue to play out 16th century European theological battles.
A violent neighbourhood dispute over a Christian theological college in East Jakarta.
Indonesia still lags well behind its neighbours in proportion of people with internet access.
Therry says overseas educated Indonesian women are faced with prejudice back at home and poor choices on the men front.
Spew says Indonesians are being denied much of the country's greatest literature, for political reasons.
Julia Perez distributes free condoms with her latest musical masterpiece, "Kamasutra".
Boisterous youth groups in search of alcohol and the attractions of Batam.