Friday, June 25

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ABSC hopefuls to focus on student welfare, inclusivity amid pandemic

ABSC hopefuls to focus on student welfare, inclusivity amid pandemic

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by MATTHEW DAVE A. JUCOM and JENNA KAYE M. PANDANAN SIX ASPIRANTS for the Artlets Student Council (ABSC) positions vowed on Thursday to heighten student inclusivity and enrich the student welfare as online classes continue. The candidates presented their platforms and engaged in a mandatory debate during the “Miting de Avance: Online Sagupaan 2021” led by the Faculty of Arts and Letters Commission on Elections (AB Comelec), with the AB Board of Majors as panelists.  DEKADA’s bet for vice president (VP)-internal Josea Dimasuay said that his platform “Student Centered Distance Learning Guidelines” would let the Artlets' involvement in the dialogue regarding their experiences on distance learning. The grievances will be directed to the concerned institution for necessary actions,
ABSC hopefuls look to make council more accountable, transparent

ABSC hopefuls look to make council more accountable, transparent

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THE CANDIDATES for this year’s Artlets Student Council (ABSC) general elections defended their platforms that focused mostly on transparency and an improved grievance system during the annual miting de avance held Friday. Their projects highlighted the need for seminars and meetings that will serve as an outlet for Artlets to voice out their opinions on social issues as well as activities to showcase students’ talents. Improved transparency Candidates for PRO, treasurer, auditor, and secretary agreed that transparency is important and should be upheld. Auditor candidate Jelliza Letran of Grand Alliance for Progress (GAP) said being transparent may help solve or lessen problems with funds, while DEKADA bet Gabriel Lapid said he will be willing to admit fault and step down if h