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by Bonifacio Standard on 12 10th, 2009
 The Bonifacio Standard wins Nat’l culture page writing tilt

The Bonifacio Standard wins Nat’l culture page writing tilt

Andres Bonifacio College’s tertiary publication, The Bonifacio Standard (BS) , bagged first in the National Culture Page Writing Competition, college level sponsored by the National Comission for Culture and Arts (NCCA). This was learned from Ms. Brenda Corpus, NCCA’s Contest Coordinator.

The said culture page competition was one of the activities of the National Arts Month celebration which was dubbed “Ani ng Sining”. It was participated by different colleges and universities in the country.

Ms. Lilibet A. Amatong, ABCollege’s Executive Assistant for Special Projects received the award  and the cash prize in behalf of the College and of the BS last May 10.  The awarding ceremonies was aired live at NBN Channel 4 during the “Sining Gising “ Program.

Other winning entries given recognition include the following :for Luzon, The Scrivenor (University of Baguio); for Visayas, The Quill (South Western University); and for Mindanao, Evo 6.2 (University of Mindanao).

From the NCR, winning publications include: The La Sallian (De La Salle University); The Lyceum Independent Sentinel (Lyceum of the Philippines); The Advocate (Far Eastern University); and the The Varsitarian (University of Santo Tomas).

The following student publications also received consolation prizes:  Frontline (University of Northern Philippines, Luzon), Lorma Highlights (Lorma Colleges, Luzon), Philippine Collegian (University of the Philippines, NCR), Olivarian Echo (Olivares College, NCR) and Ang  Pahayagang  Plaridel (De La Salle University, NCR).

Ms. Krisseane Eave C. Tan was the student Editor in Chief of the said issue and the members of the BS Consultants’ Board include: Ms. Jasmin Padios –Ybañez, Engr. Jefferson P. Manrique and Patrick Mabbagu.

Dinah Amor Tolentino Amar, The Bonifacio Standard

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