La Union Hosts Lunduyan 2008!
College Editors Guild of the Philippines
Office: Rm. 305 National Press Club bldg., Intramuros, Manila
Telefax: (02) 5243927
Editor in Chief
The official student publication
Fellow campus journalist:
Greetings from the National Office!
The College Editors Guild of the Philippines-Luzon will hold the LUNDUYAN 2008, the annual Luzonwide journalism skills training workshop on October 25-29 at the United Church of Christ in the Philippines, Condora, Damortis, Rosario, La Union.
CEGP is the oldest and widest intercollegiate alliance of student publications in the country. This year, the Guild celebrates its 77th year of existence committed to the advancement of campus press freedom.
LUNDUYAN will provide lectures and workshops on basic, intermediate and advanced journalism skills. Likewise trainings on different literary genres will be given. And as part of the Guild’s dedication to educating student journalists regarding the plight of the country, various socio-political discussions will also be featured.
The Guild has invited respected media practitioners and luminaries of Philippine literature.
Also, promising literary writers will be honored in the 4th Gawad Emman Lacaba (GEM), CEGP-Luzon’s annual literary contest.
In this regard, we invite your publication to attend the LUNDUYAN 2008. Registration fee is pegged at P2, 350 per delegate, which is inclusive of food, lodging and kits for each participant. Attached herewith are the program and GEM’s mechanics. CHEd endorsement will follow as soon it is available.
For those yet to pay their annual CEGP membership fee, settlement of your dues is highly encouraged. CEGP’s institutional fee is P500 plus the regional fee (for example, NCR’s regional fee is P250) which is determined by the local chapters.
For queries, you may contact our Program Coordinators Mr. Gerg Anrol Cahiles at 09273670948 and Ms. Trina Fideris at 09104803098.
We look forward to your publication’s participation.
For a free press,
Chair, Organizing Committee
(sgd.)Mark Benedict Lim
Vice President for Luzon