The Student Media Office (SMO) provides the university community with news, information and a forum for the exchange of ideas, while also providing a learning environment for students.
SMO offers programs and services that aim to train and form responsible, responsive and ethical Lasallian campus media practitioners. It also ensures the smooth flow in the operations of the major student media groups.
It will soon go multimedia as it sets up the country’s first Media and Arts Center. With this project, expect SMO to conquer other platforms like mobile and television in its quest to reach out to a wider audience base in the near future.
We invite you to join us in this journey as we continue to produce the best journalists, creative writers, artists, photographers, yearbook managers, and disc jockeys in the country.
A leading learner-centered student media resource dedicated to developing responsible, responsive and ethical student media practitioners who are agents for social transformation.
In pursuing this vision, the Student Media Office shall endeavor to:
The Student Media Office is composed of the Director, the Coordinator for Training and Operations, the Secretary. As one team, they serve as guide for the Student Media Council (SMC) and the major student media groups, namely Ang Pahayagang Plaridel, Green & White, Green Giant FM, Malate Literary Folio, The LaSallian, and The Tripod Society.
RANDY C. TORRECAMPO
Randy C. Torrecampo regularly conducts workshops on layout, graphic design, news writing, feature writing, and English grammar. Through the years, he has already developed several modules on the said topics for different sets of audiences.
He earned his master’s degree in communication at De La Salle University. Prior to joining DLSU as the director of the Student Media Office, Randy wrote for the Manila Bulletin for four years. He contributed for several publications like the Philippine Daily Inquirer, the Philippine Star, and several titles from Mega Magazines and Publications. He was also the head of the Student Publications Office of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde where he pioneered the development of a comprehensive operations manual and training curriculum for campus journalists.
In the future, Randy plans to pursue more research on student media. His vision is to transform the Student Media Office of the University to a Media and Arts Center where information is disseminated through different platforms.
JOANNA PAULA S. QUEDDENG
Coordinator for Training and Operations
Ms. Queddeng graduated from De La Salle University with a degree in Organizational Communication.
She was the former Editor in Chief of Malate Literary Folio (AY 2011-12) and Chairperson of the Council of Editors (AY 2011-12). She is currently taking up Masters of Marketing Communications in the University.
MA. MANUELA S. AGDEPPA
Ate Ella, as she is fondly called, is the highly efficient secretary who assists members of the student media groups on their logistical concerns.