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Eight more AB programs secure approval for F2F classes

Eight more AB programs secure approval for F2F classes

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by NILLICENT BAUTISTA THE UNIVERSITY Crisis Management Council has approved the application of eight more programs of the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) for the conduct of limited face-to-face classes, Artlet Dean Prof. Marilu Madrunio said. The programs that secured the approval for limited in-person classes are Communication, Behavioral Science, Creative Writing, Economics, English Language Studies, History, Literature, and Sociology. “When we are given the go-signal, we will then begin with the limited face-to-face classes which may start sometime in September for some programs,” Madrunio told The Flame. Madrunio said the programs are now finalizing documents to be submitted to the Office of the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, Office of the Rector, and then to the Co...
Varsitarian calls for entries for creative writing workshop

Varsitarian calls for entries for creative writing workshop

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by KAREN RENEE S. NOGOY THE VARSITARIAN, the official student publication of the University of Santo Tomas (UST), is now accepting entries for the 16th Creative Writing Workshop (CWW). The workshop is open to all UST college students except for students from the Faculty of Arts and Letters Creative Writing program. The CWW is an annual literary workshop-seminar, where some of the country’s top writers personally guide and workshop the works of aspiring Thomasian writers. Applicants should submit their original works in any of the following categories: fiction, katha, poetry, and tula until March 14. Each applicant should choose only one category and submit his/her work in both Word file and PDF formats, using the font Arial, with a font size of 12, and 1.0 line spacing f...
Creative writing senior among CCP’s writing program fellows

Creative writing senior among CCP’s writing program fellows

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by MATTHEW DAVE A. JUCOM A CREATIVE writing senior is among the eight fellows participating in this year's writing fellowship program by the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP). Aleia Marie Anies will undergo a three-week online mentorship from multi-awarded playwright Glenn Mas, who will discuss the practice and technicalities of dramatic playwriting during the Virgin Labfest 16 Writing Fellowship Program. “I think that by participating in this program, I will be able to hone my skills and improve my writing prowess especially since I will get to interact with like-minded people who seek to improve their craft as well and will also be taught by incredibly experienced writers,” Anies told The Flame.  She will also have the opportunity to participate in a panel discussi...