Monday, October 26

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ABSC PRO resigns, cites health issue, professional incapacity

ABSC PRO resigns, cites health issue, professional incapacity

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by KRISTINE ERIKA AGUSTIN AND JUSTIN LIM     THE ARTLETS Student Council’s (ABSC) Public Relations Officer (PRO) officially resigned from his position on Thursday, citing his health problem and potential “handicap” to the council as reasons.   Eadric Espiritu said that his health problem is one of the contributing factors that prompted him to resign, although he did not want to disclose any other information and wanted it to remain confidential.    The former PRO added that he did not want to become a liability to the council as officers rebrand and re-establish the ABSC into a better student body.    "I feel relieved for the council. I consider myself as a handicap. It’s really painful na ito 'yung pinangarap ko since I was a kid. To
Rains dampen student participation in AB Org Fair

Rains dampen student participation in AB Org Fair

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by: KRISTINE ERIKA AGUSTIN and JUSTIN LIM photo grabbed from the official twitter account of the Artlets Student Council (@UST_ArtletsSC)   THE ARTLETS Student Council (ABSC) did not meet its goals for this year’s installment of the annual Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) Organization Fair due to inclement weather, according to ABSC Vice President (VP)-Internal Gerald Dela Cruz. “For me, hindi ko siya matatawag na na-meet ‘yung goal kasi una, hindi nakapag-participate halos lahat ng estudyante so hindi natin nakuha ‘yung majority ng estudyante ng AB, hindi natin sila napapunta roon,” Dela Cruz told The Flame. The VP-Internal said heavy rains and class suspensions led to low student turnout, although he was not able to cite statistics regarding student participation in the
Comm Arts alumnus wins Audience Choice Award in Cinemalaya 2019 for ‘Heist School’

Comm Arts alumnus wins Audience Choice Award in Cinemalaya 2019 for ‘Heist School’

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by: PEACH ARIANNA MANOS     photo grabbed from the facebook account of Julius Renomeron Jr.   COMMUNICATION ARTS graduate and filmmaker Julius Renomeron Jr. won the Audience Choice Award for his short film “Heist School” in the annual Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival awards night held at the Cultural Center of the Philippines on Aug 11.    “Heist School” is loosely based on college experiences and the friendship of Julius with his co-writer and cinematographer, Johmar Damiles. Renomeron and Damiles were from different colleges at UST until they shifted to the AB Communication Arts program to pursue filmmaking.   “I was from engineering (ECE) then I transferred to IICS (IT) and then eventually to AB Comm Arts kasi dito ako m