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AB to request limited face-to-face classes for two journalism courses

AB to request limited face-to-face classes for two journalism courses

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by KRISTINE ERIKA AGUSTIN and MATTHEW DAVE JUCOM THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) is preparing to request limited in-person classes for the broadcast and photojournalism courses as Metro Manila eases to the most lenient Alert Level 1, Dean Marilu Madrunio said. “We are preparing to request limited face-to-face classes for the broadcast and photojournalism courses at the very least. Depending on the results of this initial move, we can include other courses later on and eventually cover the fieldwork for practicum as well,” Madrunio told The Flame in an email interview Thursday. Only the journalism program has expressed intent to submit a proposal for limited face-to-face classes so far, she said. However, fourth-year journalism students already finished the two courses ...
Artlet instructor bags business journalism awards

Artlet instructor bags business journalism awards

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by KAREN RENEE S. NOGOY  A JOURNALISM instructor has been recognized by a group of journalists for her outstanding coverage of economic issues. Marie Carisa ‘Cai’ Ordinario, also a reporter for BusinessMirror, was awarded best reporter for macroeconomy during the 30th Economic Journalists Association of the Philippines (EJAP) business journalism awards last Nov. 25. Ordinario also won the best feature story for her report “Pandemic highlights PHL property problems for poor Pinoys,” published on July 9 last year. “It really all boils down to hard work,” Ordinario told The Flame. “Of course, I have to credit my colleagues in the Business Mirror because it’s different if you get support from the organization that you belong to." A UST journalism alumna from batch 2002,...