Holy Name University at your fingertips; and other tales
Sa Globe abot mo ang mundo. Sa my HNU SIM, lahat aay posible na.
- Food for the soul: Laughter is a great mental tonic. It can dispel anxiety, help manage stress, depression, fear and worry. Get high on laughter! Have a ha-ha-ha happy mornin.
- August 31, 2007 marks the 10-year anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. Her young boys, who solemnly and bravely walked behind their mother’s coffin, are now men. Her prince charming — who turned out to be a frog — married his one truelove. And the paparazzi have moved on to stalk pop-culture princesses like Britney Spears, Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan. Diana’s life was short but richly lived.
- Could it be true that
Boholjournalists were “lectured” by Tagbilaran City Mayor Dan Neri Lim? According to True Very Reliable Source (VRS) in Bisaya, nakapiso. Mayor Lim tackled on responsible reporting when it comes to news reporting and not on hearsay and “tsismis.” On the other hand, Kagawad Roberto “Batchoy” Alba, anchor man of the primetime public affairs radio program Pulso heard on dyRD, said four of his major advertisers have pulled out their commercial spots over the weekend. The reasons were unclear but reports reaching Alba said these business establishments were pressured by a top city hall functionary and were ordered, under threats, to pull out their advertisement from Pulso. Why, why?
- From www.tubagbohol.mikeligalig.com on the issue of the role of the media in the society. From Arlaine Cecile Berdin: You should have heard what the mayor said on air this morning (September 1). he also criticized Fred Amora for having come up with this article that we are talking about now. instead of focusing on the article, he hit the writer without mentioning the name. And he also implied it was so stupid for the management of dyrd to have absorbed the leavings (his term was mga reject) sa dytr. With this statement, we can see the line of thinking of the mayor. He is a lawyer, so we expect high level of logic from him. It’s frustrating. If only there is a newspaper that can survive without politician’s money... Dot says: The bad thing is, there are some mediamen who are AC/DC. Attack, collect. Defend, Collect. Pwera land sa mga adunay tinood nga integrity (may their tribe increase).
· True practices fairness, objectivity and balance reporting for news .. but here on True everything goes.
· Could it be true that a young businessman is said to be “misbehavin’”? This cropped up during the concert held in Tagbilaran City
Citywith a Cebu-based band. The first party who represented the school paid everything for the band as agreed in the agreement. It was turned out that the band manager and this businessman didn’t even bother to inform the first party of their “hidden” agenda resulting to conflict the students where to go that night. VRS shares that there is no question of the band was invited to “jam” (in fact, they did perform), it is just a matter of professional courtesy. Mmm.. True will give you full detail next Sunday. Stay tune!
Globe Telecom introduces the My HNU prepaid SIM that offers a special tariff structure which makes it easy and affordable for the students and Holy Name University
Universityto communicate with one another. Holynamians who have My HNU SIM are enjoying exclusive rates when they send text messages or make calls to other my HNU prepaid SIM users.
The My HNU SIM also features a customized menu and is exclusive to the students. Students can download their recent grades and receive information on the latest school events and important announcements.
“We congratulate Holy Name University
Universityfor its commitment to enhance ace the quality of the students’ campus life with the integration of mobile technologies into their educational system. Users of the my HNU SIM will benefit from the exclusive rates that Globe has packages into this SIM card and the special features wee included here especially for the students,” Globe segment business head Rina Sha told the press, employees and student representatives who attended the press launch August 28 followed by a motorcade in the afternoon to color the street.
Bohol’s Bee Farm Vicky Wallace prepared nutritious and delicious foods for the event. She even turned the Academic Conference Room unique.
Media representatives from stations dyRD (AM/FM) and dyTR (AM/FM) and newspapers Bohol Chronicle, Bohol Sunday Post and the Bohol Standard were present. The HNU administration was presented by Fr. Felino Javinez, SVD. There were student representatives from the Central Student Government.
It can be noted that HNU is also the first of its touch screen of acquiring grades and accounts.
The distribution of flyers and other materials started August 21. Students were able to avail their My HNU Sim last August 28. Thirty agents (part of the “force”) were hired for the campaign (mostly nursing graduates from HNU). Team leaders are Jovy “Bituin” Supot, Gaspar Albert Rulona, Osbert Magdales, Michael Ryan Yagonia, Jannice Sarabia and Mary Jane Boncales. The forces were Shaleen Ann Ricafrente, Ranjah Aziza Orig, RN, Marlon Mamaran, Noreen Barrete, Bernard Bacara, John Michael Diano, Richard Reyes, RN, Kareen Mae Trabajo, Rey Zoilo Veloso, RN, Van Earl Inting, RN, Cher Amie Navarro, RN, Ann Shassee “Marimar” Perez, Marieben Zara Sapong, Maria Elaine Atabelo, Mira Melani Balo, RN, Joanne Cemaña, RN, Mita Calunsag, Lanyza Laborte, Angelito Gaas, Alfea Gracia Anunciado, Marie Nez Canales, RN, Michelle Calunsag, RN and Marvin Bondalo.
Friday night at Holy Name University
Universitygymnasium was winding up its “battle of the bands” presentation, raffle draws, and other surprises of the culmination of the My HNU SIM, the first-off-its-kind in the province powered by Globe.
Watching the classic HNU Diwanag Dance Troupe with their excellent performances (I like the Broadway ala jazz number, thanks to Sir Marianito Luspo), school-based bands like Timber and Cold Stare, Globe Kantabataan “finalist” Suitcase 101 and Cebu
Cebu’s band 17th Crush, gave credence to the emergence of more talented people. They radiated charm and confidence that matched their performance levels.
Students who attended and participated in the event were lucky to receive G-Cash worth of Php 2,000 and Php 3,000, Php 5,000, Motorola phones, I-pod shuffle, Yeng Constantino cds, shirts and other freebies.
The event was hosted by the young and dashing Glenn Manigque. Thumbs up to Glenn for a job well-done.
Those who wish to avail the My HNU SIM can inquire the Globe Telecom Business Center
Centeror you may visit the VP for Finance and look for Maam Beth Tajale.
Holynamians are given a tool that enables them to keep up with their school activities and enhance the quality of their university life.
Sa Globe abot mo ang mundo. Sa my HNU SIM, lahat aay posible na.
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