BY JUSTIN LIM
THE ARTLETS Student Council (ABSC) launched the AB printing service on Monday organized by its secretary, Romulo Corporal V.
“The project was supposed to be [held] last semester, but eventually there are many processes,” Corporal told the Flame.
He also said that Sr. Allan Theo Hernandez from Office for Student Affairs (OSA) helped them with the paper processing.
According to Corporal, the said challenges for implementation include paperwork, budget and material allocation to reap its sustainability.
“[D]oon na din papasok ‘yung pagpapapirma sa mga taong kailangang pumirma kasi sa pagproseso kasi nung papel, kailangan i-allocate ng tama ‘yung budget. Kailangan asikasuhin ‘yung pagkuha ng mga materials, ‘yun nga ‘yung sabi ni Sir Allan, para ma-secure namin ‘yung sustainability ng project.” Corporal added.
The printing service is also open to other colleges.
“We’ve centered the project for the AB itself, but we are open naman to accommodate with other people na gustong magpaprint for AB printing service,” he said.
The project is said to continue until the end of the academic year.
“We only allotted it for the academic year, pero to have its sustainability, we are proposing for the next council to continue the printing service,”
Printing fees are as follows: 0.5 pesos for recycled paper, 1 pesos for black and white, and 5 pesos for colored printing. F