technologies seminar to feature country’s media experts
The Communication Department
will hold a one-day free seminar on the topic “New Media Technologies
and Mass Communication Education: Issues and Challenges” on
November 18, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Waldo Perfecto Seminar Room.
Considering the convergence of digital communication technologies,
the Communication Department spearheads this seminar to provide
a venue for articulating insights and sharing experiences
on how communication educators and institutions should tackle
the rapid changes in current media forms, styles and practices.
The seminar will feature lectures from leading communication
specialists, and an open forum to allow communication majors
and educators to throw in ideas and suggestions on how they
should handle the issues and challenges posed by new trends.
Featured speakers include DLSU Visiting Professor Dr. Collis
Davis of the Ohio State University who will tackle Enhanced
Broadcasting; K2 Interactive Content Director David Drilon,
Online Cinema; DLSU Professor Gary Mariano, Cyberjournalism;
Filmmaker, photographer, and writer Manny Reyes, Digital Photography;
and DLSU Professor and Communication Department Chair Brother
Mike Rapatan, FSC, Setting the Agenda for a New Communications
To sit as panel reactants are Raymond Red, acclaimed short
film director; Allan Escanio, Road Runner, ABS-CBN; and Franco
Patriarca and Jun Miranda, Philippine Center for Creative
Imaging. Meanwhile, Red’s short film Anino, recognized at
Cannes Film Festival, will be shown during the seminar.
Intersted parties may contact Judy Sibayan, Overall Seminar
Coordinator, at 525-1246 or 524-4611 local 322 or email email@example.com.
You may also contact Sibayan’s representative Liz Advincula
at 807-8326 or pager number 141-934376, or email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Salle tops intercollegiate sports, finance tilts
De La Salle University-Manila
showed its dominance in the field of athletics and financial
management as the University’s representatives win in their
respective in intercollegiate competitions.
The Green Archers bagged the overall championship in the first
annual Inter La Salle Olympics held at DLSU-Damariñas from
October 16 to 19. DLSU-Manila won a total of 142 medals with
76 golds, 32 silvers, and 34 bronzes. Host DLSU-Dasmariñas
placed second with 105 medals while DLSU-College of Saint
Benilde landed third with 75 medals.
The Taft-based squads topped several events in swimming, athletics,
table tennis, chess, tae kwon do, and team sports.
Meanwhile, DLSU-Manila placed third over-all in the second
annual Financial Executive Institute of the Philippines (FINEX)
Inter-collegiate Finance Competition held at the William Shaw
Little Theater from October 16 to 17. Ateneo de Manila University
(AdMU) won the championship while University of the Philippines
(UP) was first runner-up.
The team is composed of Management of Financial Institution
majors Quennie Ying Yee Chan, Irene Lim, Cindy Claire Ong,
and Tylah Yapnayon. Financial Management faculty Cora Subido
was the coach. A total of 23 colleges and universities participated
in this year’s contest.
A special citation was awarded to the University as this year’s
host. Now on its sophomore outing, the inter-school meet covered
topics on finance, accounting, economics, and quantitative