SLS grabs 2017 DSPC Over-all Title

By BSU UPAO - Posted on 27 November 2017


NUMBER ONE! The BSU-SLS students strike a pose in their campus after their sweet victory.//photo by Ang Tulay

Benguet State University – Secondary Laboratory School (BSU-SLS) bagged the over-all championship of the recently concluded 2017 Division Schools Press Conference held at Benguet National High School on November 18-22,2017.

A total of 36 journalists of Mountain Breeze and Ang Tulay, the official publications of BSU-SLS in English and Filipino respectively, participated in the activity with the theme, Embracing ASEAN Integration: Campus Journalist’s role in advancing Inclusive Education.

For the individual event in English, Nicole Cayambas, Kisha Pungsayan and Hannah Vea Tuldague got the 2nd place in Feature Writing, Science and Technology Writing and Photojournalism respectively while Iris Alilao got 6th place Editorial Cartooning.

Meanwhile in the individual event in Filipino, Annie Grail Aniban and Grail Lubangas both won the 1st place in Science and Technology Writing and Sports Writing and Kate Abando snatched the 3rd place in Photojournalism.

In addition, Crael Lawa won the 7th in Place Copy Reading while Mark Benter got the 8th place in Editorial Cartooning.

For the group event, Ang Tulay Broadcasters grabbed the first place and got the 1st place in Best Infomercial, 2nd in Best Script, 2nd in Best Technical Application and 3rd for Best Anchor while Mt. Breeze settled for 2nd place in broadcasting but got the1st and 2nd spot in Best Reporter.

Both publications settled for 2nd place in the Collaborative Publishing.

For the Best Paper Page, Mt. Breeze won the 1st place in Sports and Science, 4th place in Editorial and 7th in Feature while Ang Tulay got the 4th in Sports, 5th in Feature and Editorial and 7th in Science.

Mt. Breeze also got the 1st place in Over-all Individual Contest and Best School Paper while Ang Tulay grabbed the 2nd and 4th place in Over-all Individual Contest and Best School Paper.

Both advisers, Mrs. Faustina Dio-as and Mr. Agustin Nang-is lauded the efforts and sacrifices of the students and encouraged other students to join the student’s publication since many of them will be graduating.

Cayambas, Pungasayan, Tuldague, Aniban, Lubangas, Abando and the Radio Broadcasters of Filipino qualified for the Regional Schools Press Conference (RSPC) that will be held in Tabuk City on December 6-9.//Ang Tulay