Nationwide Literature Education Series visits Malate, Manila: Register now!
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Nationwide Literature Education Series visits Malate, Manila: Register now!

The literary and youth volunteer group Linangan sa Imahen, Retorika, at Anyo (LIRA), will hold the 33rd edition of its nationwide seminar-workshop series, the “Pambansang Edukasyong Pampanitikan” (National Literary Education) at De La Salle University-Manila (Multipurpose Room, 2/F Enrique M. Razon Sports Complex) on October 3 – 4, 2014, Friday – Saturday, 8 am – … Continue reading

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Pambansang Edukasyong Pampanitikan, bibisita sa Malate, Manila
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Pambansang Edukasyong Pampanitikan, bibisita sa Malate, Manila

Gaganapin ang ika-33 edisyon ng “Pambansang Edukasyong Pampanitikan” ng Linangan sa Imahen, Retorika, at Anyo (LIRA) sa Pamantasang De La Salle Manila (Multipurpose Room, 2/F Enrique M. Razon Sports Complex) sa Oktubre 3 – 4, 2014 (Biyernes at Sabado), 8 n.u. – 5 n.h. PARA MAKAPAGPATALÂ: (1) Pumunta sa http://bit.do/registerPEPmalate (2) Punan ng impormasyon ang … Continue reading

Continuing the Exploration on Day 2 of the Student Media Congress
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Continuing the Exploration on Day 2 of the Student Media Congress

The second day of the Student Media Congress held at De La Salle University-Manila last July 26-27, 2013 was packed with competing and non-competing workshops that were simultaneously happening throughout the day. Delegates were the ones who designed their itinerary for the second day through registering for their desired workshops. This posed as a challenge … Continue reading

Exploring Media Breakthroughs at De La Salle University
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Exploring Media Breakthroughs at De La Salle University

by Christa I. De La Cruz With the advent of social media, online publications, and related mobile applications, the newsroom scenario of today’s generation has evolved into real-time dissemination and fast-tracked consumption. When fire broke out in Makati or when an explosion happened in Bonifacio Global City, Instagram and Twitpic were way ahead of noontime … Continue reading