The Mass Communication Department celebrated its Mass Comm Day last February 20 with the theme, “Handum sang Maskom.”
UNO-R Talisay seminar participants with Ms. Yasmin P. Dormido.
Ms. Camille Buenaventura on her lecture on opportunities and challenges in communicating corporate social responsibility.
The one-day event was composed of lecture series; news writing and radio hosting competition participated by the different public and private high schools all over the province; and a dinner attended by the Mass Comm students, Mass Comm alumni and the faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Ms. Chona V. Gosiaoco talks about the vital role of radio in social transformation.
Ms. Yasmin P. Dormido, Chief News Reporter of ABS-CBN Bacolod, gave a lecture about the ABC’s of News Writing. Ms. Chona V. Gosiaoco, Anchorwoman of Tatak Negrense, DYRL Bacolod, talked about the vital role of radio in social transformation. Ms. Camille Buenaventura, Executive Director of San Miguel Foundation, Manila, lectured about opportunities and challenges in communicating corporate social responsibility.
Hosting a Radio Program Competition participants.
Meanwhile, Jude Xerxes Herbolario and Judelyn Cervañez both of Negros Occidental High School (NOHS) won the first and third place in the News Writing Competition and Lenjeljoie Lagtapon of Hinigaran National High School won second place. In the hosting a radio program competition, the first place went to Joy Zamora and Kela D’Veen Flor of NOHS. Kris Uytiepo and Regina Joane Pleje of La Consolacion College-Gardenville got the second place while Dielle Kariss Cuenca and Janica Pandanduyan of Handumanan Natoional High School placed third on the competition.
A dance number presented at the MassComm Night with the College Dean (in blue).
Also, the dinner entitled “A Night to Remember-Pasundayag, Panyapon kag Pasidungog” highlighted the whole day affair. It became a venue for the Mass Comm students to display their talents as they entertain their audience. It also served as a tribute to the senior class. For the alumni who attended the event, it serves as a reunion. It was truly a night worth remembering.
Mass Communication students entertained the audience with a song number.
by Emee Gaylan