The Accounts

The Official Student Publication of University of the Philippines- College of Management, Iloilo City

In the Know

By: Reishajan Caralde

The newly Constructed Gender Office Building has been standing unused for several months now.  According to the University Chancellor, Dr. Glenn D. Aguilar, this is because of a revision on the building that the University requires before occupation.

The part of the building in question is the ramp that leads to the second floor.  The University requires that the ramp be changed into stairs.  The reason behind is that the ramp constructed is too steep rendering it unsafe.

Asked if the said building is subject of any suit against the builders contracted by the DPWH (Department of Public Works and Highways), the Chancellor said that the University is not party to any suit involving the Gender Office Building.

The Chancellor further disclosed that as soon as the requested change is completed, the building will be promptly occupied and used.

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Prof. John Barrios, the Director of Sentro ng Wikang Filipino (SWF) is planning to conduct a poetry workshop exclusive for Verseculo Senti members. This workshop known as Klinik Batman (Klinika ng mga Batang Manunulat) is planned to be held on the last Wednesday of September (Sept. 24, 2008) at Sentro ng Wikang Filipino Conference Room in UPV-CM. The workshop will greatly help the participants to have a deeper understanding and appreciation of poetry.  Free snacks and lunch will be served.

For more information, click here.

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CMSC organizes forum for Project 100

In relation to the College of Management’s Project 100, the CM Student Council organized a business forum held on Aug. 16, 2008 at the UPV Auditorium.

Engr. Jonathan Tejida led the talk on Product Development, Mr. Adrian Eleazar on Marketing Strategies and Mrs. Myrna Desabelle on Accounting Systems.

Representatives from other universities and colleges in Iloilo were also present.

UPV conducts lecture-fora on Academic Freedom, UP Charter

The University of the Philippines – Visayas (UPV) conducted forum lectures entitled “How free are you with your academic freedom?”  and lectures about the UP Charter, Sept. 2, 2008 at the UPV Auditorium.

Prof. Marvic M.V.F. Leonen, Dean of the College of Law – UP Diliman was the lecturer.

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The Accounts Staffers Train PAES Pupils in Journalism

By Jan Michael Saniel

The Accounts is in the middle of the green fields.

In the pursuit of promoting value-laden press freedom, The Accounts held a workshop on campus journalism attended by the pupil writers of Pal-agon Amparo Elementary School, District of Pavia.

The workshop held last August 10, 2008 included a road show on editorial writing taught by Jan Michael Saniel (BSA V), copyreading and headline writing by Reishajan Caralde (BSA IV), feature writing by Donna Laguardia and Mia Lane Catalan (BSBA Marketing IV), editorial cartooning by Eloisa Fe Lusotan (BSA II), news writing by Marra Francillan Cordero (BSA II), sports writing by Dianne Capio (BSA V), Photojournalism by Jathniel Ellison Ong (BSA V), and Poetry by JunnieVee Hongco (BSBA Marketing IV).

The workshop was provided for in the expectation of honing promising writers first in their elementary years. It started with simultaneous lectures and activities in different categories of campus journalism. The pupils were critiqued after they were asked for their respective outputs namely write-ups, photo shoots and caricatures.

PAES is planning to start a school paper, entitled “The Greenfields,” depicting the fact that Barangays Amparo and Pal-agon are the only ones in the whole municipality not hosting any commercial establishment knowing that Pavia is the agro-industrial capital of Iloilo Province.

“It is my dream to start a school paper,” says Margarita Gopeteo, PAES Principal. “The Division office will only release the budget for publication if we really have one”, she justified.

The workshop was also held to prepare the pupil writers in their upcoming Schools Press Conference in the second congressional district of Iloilo to be held at New Lucena, Iloilo set by mid-August.

Neoly Barrido, the teacher-in-charge for school paper planning, said “We are happy to have your legacy in our school after you graduate.”

The Accounts has promised for a follow-up training on PAES writers until the school is ready to publish their own school paper.

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