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We should never forget. We must continue the fight.

This is the message being imparted by “Fighting Impunity: The 2010 Multi-media Competition,” which is organized by the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR), Freedom Fund for Filipino Journalists (FFFJ), and the UP College of Mass Communication (UP CMC).

Fighting Impunity launch

UP CMC Dean Dr. Roland Tolentino delivers the welcome remarks during the launch of "Fighting Impunity" at the CMC Auditorium on September 29. (Jedd Brian Hernandez)



N.B. This article was originally published in UPIU on September 18. Visit the original post here.

During the class evaluation, this article was deemed to be well-written and very informative. It has good grammar and style. The evaluator also appreciated the fact that the article was not too technical despite being a technology article.

There were, however, some inconsistencies with syntax (attribution, abbreviation). The article could also have been improved with more background information about the event and  some snippets of the speeches of the guest speakers.


Filipino Information Technology (IT) college students arrived by the busloads at the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman campus from September 14-17 to attend the biggest and most anticipated IT event in the country: Youth for I.T. (Y4iT): The 8th Philippine Youth Congress in Information Technology.


Y4iT conference

Y4iT opened its doors to thousands of I.T. enthusiasts September 14 at the UP Diliman campus. (Jedd Brian Hernandez)


N.B. This article was originally published in UPIU on September 12. Visit the original post here.

During the class evaluation, the article was considered a “nice, informative, and fun read about the event.”

Some points of improvement mentioned were: highlighting the UP Pep Squad in the lead, providing a hyperlink for Araneta Coliseum, and giving the criteria on which the scoring was based.


One of the most-awaited events in the Philippine collegiate scene filled the biggest stadium in the country with 20,950 students cheering their hearts out for their respective schools.

After dropping to third place last year, the University of the Philippines (UP) Pep Squad regained the championship in this year’s University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Cheerdance Competition held Sunday at the Araneta Coliseum.

Defending champion Far Eastern University (FEU) Cheering Squad settles for second place this year while the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Salinggawi Dance Troupe returns to the top three after missing out last year.