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Published by Bea Garcia, 2020-11-27 07:51:19

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the (logo) The Official Publication of Muñoz National Senior High School – MAIN • Science City of Muñoz • November 2020 Campus Journalism Goes Online! By Bea Garcia DepEd Region 3 held a two- day online training and workshop on campus journalism on Novem- ber 26-27, 2020 pursuant to the Journalism Act of 1991. The said activity was initiated (photo) by the Regional Director, May Batenga Eclar , OIC Assistant Re- gional Director, Rhoda T. Razon, Chief ,Curriculum And Learning Management Division, Librada M. Rubio, Education Supervisor in Fili- pino, Marie Ann C. Ligsay and Edu- cation Supervisor in English, Ramil G. Ilustre. Resource speakers in the field While, Zander Cayabyab Typhoon Ulysses death of campus journalism give additional (Pagsulat ng Balita), Atty. Bryan Eli toll escalates to 73 knowledge to the participants of the Sadora (Pagsulat ng Editorial), Ru- event. Speakers for English Catego- pert Laxamana (Pagsulat ng Lath- The Philippines’ National ries were Ram Alegre (News Writ- alain), Shaira Panela (Pagsulat ng Disaster Risk Reduction and ing), Michael Jugado ( Editorial Sulating Agham), Karl Cedric Bas- Management Council (NDRRMC) on Writing) , Randy Garitos (Feature co (Pagsulat ng Balitang Isports), Tuesday, November 17, recorded 73 Writing) , Aries Oliveros (Science and Dan Mark Nieto (Pagkuha ng casualties due to Typhoon Ulysses. Writing), Ramon Bonilla (Sports Larawan) and Nico Waje and Leinel Writing), Jimmy Domingo Agudera (TV/Radio Broadcasting) The disaster agency stated in its (photojournalism) and Eunice Cus- served as the speakers for Filipino latest report at least 19 were missing todio (Online Campus Journalism). categories. while 24 others were injured in Bicol Region, CALABARZON, Region II In this issue… Philippines records and the Cordillera Administrative 1,392 new COVID-19 Region. Invisible cases, tally rises to smiles over 424,000 Over 720,000 families across 8 regions have been affected by the typhoon, of which, 70,784 families are being aided in a total of 2205 evacuation centers.

2 NEWS the NOVEMBER 2020 Philippines records 1,392 new (photo) COVID-19 cases, tally rises to over 424,000 Philippines’ Covid-19 Disease tally increased to over 424,000 after Department of Health (DOH) recorded 1,392 new cases as of November 26,2020. Caloocan City had the highest number of cases with 77, following Cavite and Laguna with 73 and Davao City with 62. The number of total recoveries rose to 387,266 after logging 328 re- covered patients from the disease while the death toll expanded to 8,242 with 27 new fatalities. Meanwhile, 28,789 active cases were undergoing treatment or strict quarantine, 84 percent of which are mild, 8.3 percent are asymptomatic, 2.6 percent are severe, and 4.9 percent are in critical condition. Despite of the newly reported cases, Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire stated that infections were decreasing nationwide. Slapshock frontman Jamir Garcia passes away at 42 Typhoon Ulysses... from page 1 Vladimir “Jamir” Garcia, the frontman of heavy metal band Slapshock, has Damage to agriculture has been found dead Thursday, November 26 at the age of 42. reached close to P6 billion and has As per Quezon City Police District, Garcia’s aunt found him lifeless in their wiped out a total of P4 billion in residence at Barangay Sangadaan at around 9 in the morning. agriculture with Central Luzon and The musician was rushed to the Metro North Medical Center but was de- Cagayan topping the list with P2.1 clared dead on arrival at 10:20 am. billion loses altogether. Garcia was known as the frontman of Slapshock. The band started back in 1997 and was one of the pioneers of the heavy metal scene in the Philip- NDRRMC Spokesperson pines. Director Peter Galvez stated 65,222 They are known for their albums 4th Degree, Headtrip, Silence and Project houses were damaged by the typhoon, 11-41. most of which were in Calabarzon. Most areas in Luzon were placed under state of calamity, like Cagayan. The government has allotted nearly ₱47 million to assist all affected families.

2 FEATURE the NOVEMBER 2020 Invisible Smiles by Anika Cara he excitement was burning in their eyes filled with passion as huge number of them enter my gate. They seem to be lost on my vastness. As they look around with eyes amazed, reminding me of new they are to my place, I was able to witness how they explored every bit of me. I was so incredibly happy to welcome them as we’ll be together for four long years. Beginning years, they enter my gate with big smiles, same as when they exit. I can clearly see passion in their eyes, determined to understand every single lesson fed by my respective employees. In my place, I witnessed how they built up their dreams , how they built up their minds, how they built up their own selves. I had my hopes up that those smiles would stay the same ‘til the end. Remaining years, I think my sense of sight is getting blurry. Am I abusing their minds that much? Is it because of endless re- Should I get my eyes checked? Looking at them inside a four-sided quirements? Am I exceeding my limits that much when I should be a room, I asked myself why they were wearing those unfamiliar faces, place for them to learn? Is there still a learning? Am I feeding their stressed and frustrated, tired and weary. What’s wrong? What did I minds too much but I’m not giving them enough time to handle and do wrong? Am I the one who made them like this? It seems like the to process what I fed? Am I suddenly turning into a place they hate learning that they should be getting are slipping away from their the most? I’m a place where their minds should be nurtured but it minds. In split seconds, as they exit my gate, I felt like they won’t seems like it’s the other way around. It hurts me saying this but I enter it again. think I’m the one who’s torturing them. As they exit my gate with cold and hard faces, that’s when I knew how much weariness I can cause them. But no matter how sad I get, I know I can’t do anything about it but to watch them enter my gate with those invisible smiles they lost long time ago.

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