THE UST Journalism Society (Journ Soc) of the Faculty of Arts and Letters has joined the online trend as the Society released the first online issue of the Journalese, its official publication, last July 26.

According to Deni Rose Afinidad, editor in chief, the Journalese, shifted to an online publication due to lack of funds and irregular distribution. She added that the shift would allow it to increase frequently.

But, Afinidad said the print form of the Journalese would still be published every semester as a compilation of the best articles of the monthly online issues.

Afinidad added the online Journalese would have a wider readership as it would be more accessible not only to the Journ Soc members, but to anyone who has access to the Internet. C.D. Smith

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