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Philippine Collegian Tomo 90 Issue 28

Philippine Collegian Tomo 90 Issue 28

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Issue 28 | Wednesday, 13 March 2012 | 8 pages | C O N T E N T S | Editorial: Pagtindig at pagpanig | News: Renovations to displace 1 in 2 UPD dormers | Rounding up the headlines of AY 2012-2013 | UP employees to elect next staff regent | ON BOARD : Highlights of the March 2 BOR meeting | Features: Paradigm shift | Kultura: shaking the system | Opinion: Lakas tama: Lagnat laki | Outbreak | Patternities | Editor's Note | Eksenang Peyups
Issue 28 | Wednesday, 13 March 2012 | 8 pages | C O N T E N T S | Editorial: Pagtindig at pagpanig | News: Renovations to displace 1 in 2 UPD dormers | Rounding up the headlines of AY 2012-2013 | UP employees to elect next staff regent | ON BOARD : Highlights of the March 2 BOR meeting | Features: Paradigm shift | Kultura: shaking the system | Opinion: Lakas tama: Lagnat laki | Outbreak | Patternities | Editor's Note | Eksenang Peyups

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AS UP CLOSES ANOTHER CHAPTERo its history, a brie recap othis year’s news stories revealshow students’ struggles echo thepeople’s continuing fght orsocial justice within and beyond theconfnes o the university.
THREATS TO UP’SPUBLIC CHARACTER
June 2012
The Ofce o Scholarships andStudent Services required UPstudents to submit certifcationrequirements or Bracket B underthe university’s Socialized Tuitionand Financial Assistance ProgramSTFAP.More than 4000, or at least 1 outo 6 UP Diliman UPD students,were assigned to Bracket A andhad to pay P1,500 per unit duringenrolment, according to the Ofceo the Student Regent SR.
July 2012
Funded in part by donationsrom the private sector, UP beganthe construction o the UPProessional Schools campusin Boniacio Global City BGC,Taguig, which seeks to oerprograms needed by corporateemployees in BGC and Makati.THE UP DILIMAN (UPD) OFFICEOF STUDENT HOUSING (OSH)is set to reduce the number oavailable dormitory slots byhal or the next semester dueto impending renovations onmost residence halls, said OSHDirector Gerardo Lanuza.Funded by a P50-millionbudget rom the Commis-
Renovations to displace 1 in 2 UPD dormers
sion on Higher Education, therenovations will be conductedin all UP dormitories, except inthe two buildings o ConcordiaB. Albaraccin Residence Hall inC. P. Garcia Avenue.Scheduled repairs includererooing, retiling o corridors,rewiring, repainting, comortroom renovations, and theconstruction o new conerencerooms and basketball courts.Currently, UPD dormitoriesare host to about 3,000students. The reduced numbero slots or each dormitory willvary depending on the extent othe needed repairs, Lanuza said.Kamagong Residence Hall,which caters to male graduate
Rounding up the headlinesof AY 2012-2013
students, will be temporarilyclosed in the summer and inthe irst semester o the nextacademic year. Other dormitorieswill have some corridors orentire loors closed.On the other hand, KamiaResidence Hall, which hostsemale undergraduate students,will have only minor repairsand thus will still be able tohold more than hal o itscurrent residents.For reshman dormitoryKalayaan Residence Hall,renovations will include there-piping o all comort roomsand the installation o newglass doors and new ire exits.To accommodate these repairs,only emale residents will beadmitted in the summer termand irst semester o the nextschool year.The renovations will start insummer and will possibly beinished by the end o the irstsemester, Lanuza said.Due to these repairs, oodservice will also be disruptedin the single-ee dormitorieswhich oer the said service,such as Kalayaan, Molave, andIlang-Ilang Residence Halls,according to an announcementposted in the OSH website.Residents in these dormitorieswill thus be charged onlylodging ees.To assist the students inpreparing or the reduction inavailable dormitory slots, theOSH has posted an advisory inJanuary, advising prospectiveresidents o the impendingrenovations and allowing currentresidents to renew theirapplication or the next semester.The OSH however willalso be conducting stricterimplementation o the “pointsystem” currently used as basisor evaluating applications ordormitory slots. For instance,those who are assigned into thelower brackets o the SocializedTuition and Financial AssistanceProgram and those who hailprovinces ar rom UP will beprioritized over other applicants.“Because o the smaller numbero [incoming] residents, we [willbe] able to [screen applicants]by strictly ollowing the pointsystem,” said Lanuza.Meanwhile, the OSH and theUPD University Student CouncilUSC can also help displaceddormitory residents to indalternative housing opportunitieswithin and near the campus,said UPD USC Student Rightsand Welare Committee HeadAryanna Canacan.
September 2012
The fnal bracket assignments omore than 2,000 STFAP applicantswere released ater a two-monthdelay, resulting to a number o caseswhere students could not aord topay tuition and had to fle or leaveo absence LOA.The Board o Regents BOR junked the SR’s motion to abolishthe Bracket B certifcation schemebut approved a new P500 laboratoryee or the Management andInormation Systems and Technology186 course in UP Cebu.The UP administration inked adeal with telecom giants ePLDT andSMART Communications Inc. orUP President Alredo Pascual’s eUPproject, which seeks to integrateinormation and communicationstechnology systems and inrastructureacross the UP system.
November 2012
The UP Manila UPM administrationbarred about 50 students who ailedto pay tuition on time rom beingadmitted in their enlisted classes.Ater a dialogue with UPM ofcials,the said students were eventuallyallowed to make a late payment andattend their classes, but some hadalready fled leaves o LOA, said SRCleve Arguelles.UP Los Baños UPLB studentswith unpaid loans were unable toenrol and also had to fle or LOA,ater the UPLB Chancellor junkedthe SR’s request to allow promissorynotes in lieu o loan payment.
December 2012
Under the 2013 national budgetratifed by both houses o Congress,UP will receive P9.5 billion, or only 60percent o the P18.4 billion proposedby the university administration.The BOR approved new labora-tory ees and a 100-percent tuitionhike or graduate courses in UPDCollege o Music, which will take e-ect in the second semester o nextschool year.
February 2013
The UP administration baredits proposal to “reorm” the STFAP,amid calls by student groups toscrap the scheme and rollback thetuition in the context o demandinggreater state subsidy.
CAMPUS SECURITY
June 2012
The suspect in the attack on UPDPolitical Science student LordeiHina bailed out o jail, a ew daysater the victim was released romthe hospital where she underwenta successul brain surgery.Sustaining multiple physical injuriesand psychological trauma romthe incident, Lordei still has notully recovered and needs fnancialassistance.
December 2012
Following a series o security-related crimes in Los Baños, twoUPLB students were ound dead ina mountain creek along the Makil-ing hiking trail inside the campus.Police autopsy report revealed thetwo died o drowning.
February 2013
The Quezon City Regional TrialCourt held the frst hearing on therobbery and serious physical injurycharges against Lordei case suspectDanmar Vicencio. The prosecutionplans to fle non-bailable charges inthe next ew weeks.
FIGHT FOR CIVILAND HUMAN RIGHTS
September 2012
About 30 more amilies evacuatedrom Bondoc Peninsula, QuezonProvince, due to human rightsviolations allegedly perpetratedby eight battalions o themilitary conducting anti-insurgencyoperations in the area.
 
Continued on page 11
Opisyal na lingguhangpahayagan ng mgamag-aaral ng Unibersidadng Pilipinas - DilimanTomo 90, Blg. 28Marso 13, 2013
NO SURRENDER. Princess Jacel Kiram, the daughter o the sultan o Sulu Jamalul Kiram III, remains optimistic on their amily’s claim on the disputed land o Sabah. In a orum held at the University Hotel in theUniversity o the Philippines Diliman on March 12, Princess Kiram stated that she still hopes or a peaceul resolution to the confict between the Sulu sultanate and the Malaysian authorities.
 
sa kasalukuyan, wala pa rin sapatna bilang ng gwardya sa UP, dulotna rin ng malaking kakulangan sabadyet nito.Nang makatanggap ng halos60 porsyento, o P9.5 bilyon ngpanukalang badyet na P18,4bilyon, kinilala ng Collegian namas mataas ito sa subsidyongkaraniwan nating natatanggap.Ngunit sa halip na ituring naganap na tagumpay, idineklara ngCollegian na hindi rito nagtataposang laban para sa sapat na badyetmula sa pamahalaan.Hindi rin ikinulong ngCollegian ang kanyang sarilisa mga usapin sa loobng pamantasan. Naturinganmang pahayagang pangmag-aaral,patuloy na kinikilala ng Collegianang tungkulin ng mga estudyantena makibahagi sa mga isyungkinaharap ng mas malawakpang lipunan sa labas ng atingmga tarangkahan.Naglathala ng artikulo angCollegian na sumusuri atsumusuporta sa pagsasabatassa Reproductive Health Law.Nanawagan ito para sa pagpasang isang makabuluhang Freedomo Inormation Bill, kasabay ngmga panawagan para sa tunay narepormang agraryo at makataongpasahod sa mga manggagawa.Sa kabilang banda, agarangtinuligsa ng Collegian angnaipasang Cybercrime Preven-tion Law dahil isa itong tahasangpagsupil sa ating karapatangmagpahayag. Nanawagan din angpahayagan laban sa pagsasapribadosa mga pampublikong institusyongaya ng mga ospital.Sa panahon kung kailanmistulang may pag-unlad atpag-usad ang kalagayan ngPilipinas sa ilalim ng administrasyongAquino, nanguna ang Collegian sapagbubulgar sa mga pagbabalat-kayo. Maturingan mang negatibo,iginiit nitong walang pagtaasng gross domestic product angmakakukubli sa kahirapang dinaranasng mga Pilipino.Sa buong taon, isinabuhay ngCollegian ang uri ng peryodismongmay kinikilingan, na samakatuwid ayumaani ng pagbabatikos mula samga panig na hindi nito kinampihan.Simple lang ang lohika ngpahayagan: lagi itong papanigsa mga tindig na magsusulongsa karapatan ng mga mag-aaralat mamamayan, at anumangtaliwas dito’y matapang nitongtutulan—kapwa sa panulat, at saaktwal na paglaban, sa loob manng Kongreso, hanggang sa lawasng lansangan.Sapagkat sa huli, walang kataga,larawan o dibuho ang tunay namakapagpapaunlad sa kalagayanng bawat Pilipino. Lagi’t lagingmay pangangailangan para sakonkretong aksyon at asahangmakikibahagi rito ang Collegianngayon, at sa sana’y hanggang sasusunod pang mga taon.
Punong PatnugotKapatnugotPatnugot sa LathalainPatnugot sa GrapixMga KawaniTagapamahala ng SirkulasyonSirkulasyon
Hindi magkakata-wang-tao ang salitaupang magpabagong panahon. Angsambayanan angmagpagpasyangkikitil sa mgakaaway ng atinglipunan.
PAGTINDIG AT PAGPANIG
 
Mga Katuwang na KawaniPinansya
Editor’sNote
As the Philippine Collegiancelebrates its 90th year, we revisit linesrom prized editorials that defned thepublication’s tradition o critical andearless journalism.
Pamuhatan
Silid 401 BulwagangVinzons, Unibersidad ng PilipinasDiliman, Lungsod Quezon
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Solidaridad: UP SystemwideAlliance o Student Publicationsand Writers’ Organizations,College Editors Guildo the Philippines
Patnugot sa Balita
WALANG PAUMANHINGmaninindigan ang PhilippineCollegian sa panata nitongmakisangkot sa laban para samga karapatan ng mga mag-aaral at ng mamamayang Pilipinosa kalakhan.Sa nagdaang taon, tinangananng Collegian ang uri ng peryodis-mong hindi popular sa marami—walang pagpapanggap nitongbinasag ang mito ng pagigingobhetibo, at dinurog anganumang hibo ng pluralismo.Hindi kailanman ninais ngCollegian na pasiyahin ang lahatng mambabasa. Sa bawat balita,bawat artikulo, bawat dibuho’tlitratong inilathala ng pahayagan,malay itong may mga panig nahindi malulugod, at aalma sa mgaisyung aming kinilingan.Sapagkat noon pa man,naniniwala ang Collegian na higitpa sa pag-uulat ang tunguhinng pamamahayag. Bilang isanginstitusyong may kapangyarihangmagmulat, hindi ito nag-aksayang pahina para maglantad ngmga katotohanang ikinukubli’tikinakaila ng mainstream mediaat ng iba pang mga institusyon sapamantasan at sa bayan.Nang bumungad sa mgamag-aaral ng UP noongHunyo ang panuntunang BracketB certifcation, nanindigan angCollegian na isa itong pormang pagtaas ng tuition,dahil awtomatiko nitongipinagpapalagay na kayangmagbayad ng mga iskolar ngbayan ng matrikulang P1,500kada yunit.Higit pa rito, mamamalas dinsa mga balita ng Collegian angpagiging huwad na solusyon ngSocialized Tuition and FinancialAssistance Program upang gawingmas abot-kaya at bukas sa lahatng karapat-dapat ang edukasyonsa UP.Matapang na tinuligsa ngCollegian ang kasalukuyangipinatatayong UP Town Centersa dating kinaroroonan ng UPIntegrated School. Tinututulanng Collegian ang kahit anongporma ng panghihimasok ng mgapribadong kumpanya sa UP,sapagkat hinuhubad nito angpampublikong katangian ngpambansang unibersidad ng bayan.Patuloy ding ibinabalita atipinapaalala ng Collegian sa mgaiskolar ng bayan ang pagdukotsa dalawang estudyante ng UPna sina Karen Empeno atSherlyn Cadapan. Hanggangngayon, hindi pa rin nahuhuli angpangunahing suspek na si Maj.Gen. Jovito Palparan.Isang taon matapos masaksakang isang mag-aaral ng PoliticalScience sa loob mismo ngisang gusali sa pamantasan,inilantad ng Collegian angnananatiling mga pagkukulangng UP sa pagtitiyak sa pisikal naseguridad ng kampus. Hanggang
BALANGKAS G PAGBABAGOJayson DP. FajardoMarso 21, 2005
(on leave)
 
UP employees to electnext staf regent
AROUND 9,000 ADMINISTRATIVEpl  c, xi, pil  (REPS)c  UP ym will lc x   (SR), il cl piv  UP B  R, Mc 1.Tw UP mply vyi   w-y pii:Publici Ciculi OcII A Rzl Rmiz   UPViy Imi  PubliciOc,  Amiiiv OcV My Tll   UP LBñ (UPLB) Cll  Ecmic Mm.T All-UP Wk Ui(AUPWU)   mii Rmiz, w culy v  AUPWU’ Ilil cppi. Tll w by  UPLB Supvi Acii(UPLB SA), w  w vicpi m 21  211.I lc, Rmiz i will vc   iilic ubiy  micl b ul UP wk. S lpl  x vl bculy jy by ul UPmply   uiviy’ccul  cul mply,uc   Svic RciiPy (SRP).T SRP i  im cb qul   um  15y’ w  w  vyy  vic.O   , Tllpl  pu   ppi  REPS i BOR u  REPS , ly  ik  y-lvlmply,   iclui bbicl lv    b  miiivpl  REPS.“T  my iu  x   will v c wi,” i cu SRJl Eb, yi my UPmply ill   civThe Board of Regents (BOR), i cii-mkiby   uiviy, l pcil mi  Fbuy 28 lv iu  ppim cil, culy u,  bu  mply bi UP Mi (UPMi).
BOR DENIES TENURE EXTENSIONFOR EX-CHANCY
T BOR i  ppl Tclicl MmC (TMC) Dic EiCuz  u x ul culy u  TMCP R P by my im  65.Fm UPD CcllP  b pviuly  xi, bu BOR upl cu UPDCcll C Slm’li uli  P’ -u  TMC culy   mi xi, xpliS R Jl Eb.Acci  cu uiviyul  lbu lw,  culymmb by  im  65 i ly llw  xu  pcil cmic, uc  w  ci  vii blii.P culy c-vi PD Cll  BuiAmiii (CBA) u,bu Slm pi u  CBA i  p   TMC.“Si i Ccll Py pil lcu  []y, [y ] iy b. [My] ci l iyuil     m.Pw iy m-pply  mb-iy uli  [i] piyx y,” Eb .
SUSPENDED CEBU DEAN’S BACKPAY CLAIM DISMISSED
T b l juk mUP Cbu (UPC) D EiquAvil’ qu  bck py, -  BOR  up im w  UPC cil icNvmb 212.Avil, UPC lcu EPi,  bu cAliy Si w u uily vili UP C ul  u  uiviy ppy     pivcmpy  u   UPCbll l   umpi i xcv il.Icumb UPC D Ay. LizC  li i Avil’clim  bck py, yi Avili   culy vicui i upi. Hc, BOR ul   i  bi Avil’ bck py clim, Ebxpli.“Bck w  ly iv up mply i [l] cii []  ci ‘uily.’ [I Avil’ c,]  BORci  [ c]  mi  Avil i uily,” xpliAull.
BOR APPROVES 2013 OPERATINGBUDGET
T BOR l ppvUP’ 213 Il OpiBu (IOB), wic cmpi pppi u m  213il bu   uiviy’illy  vui 212.T b wv  UPMi’ pcic IOB i iclu bu im  
ON BOARD: Highlights of theMarch 2 BOR meeting
qu l, ui, im b.I picul,  x SR mulbby  lw  miimum qui  mply  quliy SRP, m 65  ly 6 yl, i  ui l.mply b  UPMi’l pl,  qui byRpublic Ac 735,   MC  Public Hl Wk.“I ll [UP] ui, ly UPMii  implmi i. [UP Pi- Al Pcul] pmi lk i i  [ic] UPMicil  iclu i i 213 IOB UPM,” Eb i.T B l ppv l   213 PmcIciv Bu  P2,5 P5, cli llwc  llUP mply wi “icy”pmc i,  uil .“A uu [ S R]y [kil] mlm  miyu  m kwi, Imp pkib pkikiplky m kwi   m uy,”Eb .
 
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