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Former dean dies at 71

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Former dean Armando de Jesus passed away at the age of 71 last July 2 due to prostate cancer. De Jesus was diagnosed with prostate cancer since he was 66, Research Center on Culture, Education and Social Issues Director Clarence Batan told the Flame. The former dean led the Faculty …

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Journalism alumna recognized for political reporting

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A JOURNALISM alumna was named Newspaper Female Reporter of the Year by the Rotary Club of Manila for her quality reportage in the field of politics. Christina Mendez, who graduated in 1996 and is now a senior reporter at the Philippine Star, said writing about politics “stimulates minds and provokes …

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Campus journalists urged to maintain truth in reporting

photo by KATHLEEN MAE I. GUERRERO

JOURNALISTS SHOULD be more accurate and firm in reporting to counter fake news and attacks on media online, seasoned media practitioners told student writers in a forum held June 15. Inday Varona, ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs contributing editor, said journalists should be more careful in reporting because their mistakes …

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AB Chorale regains title in Himig Tomasino after 20 years

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AFTER 20 years, the Chorus of Arts and Letters (AB Chorale) finally found the perfect melody as it snagged the championship in this year’s Himig Tomasino held May 28 at the Medicine Auditorium. AB Chorale also received the Best Interpretation of Contest Piece award while Mark Raeniel Agpasa was once again …

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Preserve ethics in work, journalists urged

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JOURNALISTS should remain ethical in their profession despite the challenges posed by the current administration and the development of technology, seasoned media practitioners stressed in a forum held May 20. Joseph Alwyn Alburo, GMA network program manager and UST Journalism lecturer, said journalists should continue to be truthful and loyal to …

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Dagohoy to graduating Thomasians: Remain faithful and true

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RECTOR REV. Fr. Herminio Dagohoy, O. P. challenged the graduating Thomasians to keep their values intact despite the pressures and temptations they could face as they leave the University during the Baccalaureate Mass held May 19. “In a world where integrity has been replaced by expediency for some people easily believe …

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