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Student journalists and the future of community news

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While many aspiring journalists nationwide look to the capital to cover national events unfold, I did the opposite. I was already with a national news outlet and decided late 2015 that national news, listening to politicians repeat themselves and writing about high-level discussions and political events was no longer fulfilling. This, along with personal life […]

Posted: March 25th, 2017 in Opinion | Read More »

Dining at ICAAC’s Training Restaurant

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DINING at ICAAC’s Training Restaurant is always gastronomy at its best. A showcasing of the culinary students under the close supervision of Dean/Chef Lecturer Jeremy Young and Chef/Instructor Justin Mechill, one can always expect culinary creations at its finest. Here, students experience cooking for themselves as well as guests. The Culminating dinners of graduating students […]

Posted: March 24th, 2017 in Life | Read More »

Minglanilla to augment police visibility

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THE mayor of Minglanilla town is looking into augmenting police visibility in areas near schools and urged parents to be extra watchful of their children. Mayor Elanito Peña was sad that four of six people initially charged for attempting to lure four Minglanilla Central School pupils into a van last Thursday have been released after […]

Posted: March 21st, 2017 in Headlines | Read More »

Mactan car collision injures 5 college students, 2 others

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  STALLED motorists passing through Barangay Pusok, Lapu-Lapu City had to make a double take upon reaching an area near the Mactan Export Processing Zone (MEPZ I) at around 2 p.m., Sunday. On the road were two badly damaged vehicles, a silver Honda Sedan and a gray Toyota Innova, that figured in a head on […]

Posted: March 19th, 2017 in Headlines | Read More »

USC holds anti-death penalty noise barrage

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The University of San Carlos (USC) has expressed its opposition against the revival of death penalty through a noise barrage on Thursday morning. Fr. Anthony Salas, Vice President for Academic Affairs said in a press conference that their school wants the congress and senate to know their stand against death penalty. The official statement, which […]

Posted: March 16th, 2017 in Breaking | Read More »

Mass CPR activities held today

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HUNDREDS in Cebu are expected to join today’s nationwide mass cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) activity, which will include the Department of Health in Central Visayas (DOH-7) and Philippine Heart Association (PHA). Dr. Shelbay Blanco, Disaster Risk Management for Health in Central Visayas, said that they are aiming to create awareness to enhance CPR as a life-saving […]

Posted: March 5th, 2017 in Headlines | Read More »

Students, faculty members strut wares in GRCA footrace

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A TENTH grader was among the winners in the Family Run and Foam Party, a footrace held as part of the celebration of the 2nd Foundation Day of the Green Rose Center For Academe Inc. (GRCA) in Barangay Estaca, Compostela town, northern Cebu, Saturday. Leo Cabatingan of the Compostela National High School won the males’ […]

Posted: February 25th, 2017 in Breaking | Read More »

Bring kids to libraries instead, Talisay mayor says

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  Let the students go to the library instead of letting them go on field trips. Talisay City Mayor Eduardo “Eddie” Gullas said this yesterday as he welcomed the order of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) suspending all educational field trips following the recent Tanjay, Rizal bus accident which claimed 15 lives, who were […]

Posted: February 23rd, 2017 in Headlines | Read More »

Arnis group, DepEd join forces to promote Filipino martial arts

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IN THE hopes of properly promoting the Filipino martial arts in the country, the Academy of Eskrima Martial Arts Inc. of Supreme Grandmaster Dionisio Cañete took a major step forward as they inked a memorandum of agreement with the Department of Education (DepEd) that aims to educate coaches and physical education teachers on the basic […]

Posted: February 22nd, 2017 in Sports | Read More »

CHEd halts field trips, school tours

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MANILA — The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) is imposing a moratorium on field trips and educational tours in all higher education institutions (HEIs) to give way to an investigation on the bus crash that killed 15 people in Tanay, Rizal, and a review of policies on such trips. The commission en banc on Tuesday […]

Posted: February 21st, 2017 in Nation | Read More »