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Sophomores to lead JournSoc, plans to work on journ identity

Sophomores to lead JournSoc, plans to work on journ identity

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by MATTHEW DAVE A. JUCOM ALL FOUR independent sophomore candidates have secured their spot for the Executive Board of the UST Journalism Society (JournSoc) for the academic year 2020-2021. Marymon Frances Reyes will lead the Journalism Society as the next president after securing 182 votes with 40 abstain in this year’s poll.  “Running for presidency is more than [the idea of] having 10 months to work, it's working with what you have and working with it the best way you can,” Reyes said on term limitations.  Jessie Jayms Rival won the position of secretary with 176 votes while 46 journalism students who did not cast their votes. With 184 votes, Marsella Yvonne Sy will be the next treasurer of JournSoc. Thirty-eight students did not vote.  Aubrey Sto. Tomas was proclai
JournSoc poll pushes through amid COVID-19

JournSoc poll pushes through amid COVID-19

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by RIENE R. DIMAKILING and MATTHEW DAVE A. JUCOM the official list of candidates grabbed from the Facebook account of UST-Journalism Society. THE ELECTION for new Executive Board (EB) members of the UST Journalism Society would push through despite the shift to online platforms due to the coronavirus pandemic, the JournSoc’s Board of Elections (BOE) announced on Nov. 10.  Four sophomore students are vying for top positions this year. Marymon Frances Reyes, anchor for the UST Tiger TV and former production committee member of JournSoc, is running for president, with “creating change in preparation for the future” through student security and inclusivity on decision-making processes as her platform.  Jessie Jayms Rival, JournSoc’s former executive associate to the public relat
Journsoc condemns ABS-CBN franchise denial

Journsoc condemns ABS-CBN franchise denial

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By: KRISTINE ERIKA AGUSTIN READ: Statement of the UST Journalism Society on the rejection of the ABS-CBN Franchise Bill The UST Journalism Society (JournSoc) denounced on Saturday the franchise denial of the broadcast network ABS-CBN, saying it was one of the darkest days of the Philippine press. "The 12 hearings on the network's franchise proved that these lawmakers were not after truth. Their inane questions, disrespectful treatment of resource persons, circuitous statements, and petty arguments—one of them even complained that ABS-CBN did not give air time to his rice distribution activity—unmasked their insidious agenda," Journsoc said in their statement. The media giant officially ceased its operations on Friday, July 10, after lawmakers voted 70-11, rejecting the fran