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Who Makes Me A Princess

It is a common saying that there are always three ways to tell a story. I, telling the story. You, telling the story. And the truth, revealing the real story. 1,837 more words

Communication for Social Change 2.0

I was compelled to work as an advocate of Development Communication, not because of the undeniably convincing manner of how Ma’am Dulce Marie Saret and Sir Henry Burgos talked to us about their work, but because of the extreme need that I saw far beyond the surface of just doing what is tasked and working under some huge and popular companies such as ABS-CBN and AusAID. 342 more words


The Poverty Experiment (Day 3, 4 & 5)


Day 3

“Eating from a plastic”

I think I woke up on the wrong side of the bed when the alarm went off, I did not plan my day anymore, I was going to stay home and starve myself to death. 1,646 more words

The Great Adventures

The Poverty Experiment (Day 1 & 2)

Apart from Marketing Management, I also major in AB Communication. How is that possible? You tell me.

Over the school year, I took up a class that will expand my knowledge on how relevant Communication majors are in benefiting to the wellness of this poverty-stricken world – Development Communication. 2,032 more words

The Great Adventures

Green minds seminar on SciCom week

by Rackelle-Anne Magtoto and Cres Joy Zurielle Zaide

A capacity building seminar for Development Communication students in the University of the Philippines Los Baños, which was organized by the College of Development Communication’s Science Communication Department, was held last March 7, 2014, where the scientist and radio broadcaster Dr. 330 more words

DSC-CDC conducts Green Horns

by Bianca Baraquio, Chester Pagulayan, Aleks Sarmiento and Hannah Tolentio

Preparing students. Taking initiative. Communicating science.

With the goal of equipping and promoting Science Communication (Sci Com), the Department of Science Communication (DSC) under the… 233 more words

case study on community radio

The following podcast analyzes Salam Watandar as a case study for social development communication.

Salam Watandar (hello countrymen) is a national radio network in Afghanistan.   They work to provide Afghans with a reliable and trusted source of information, education and entertainment in accordance with the principal of freedom of expression. 48 more words