A FORMER Varsitarian editor in chief was hailed reporter of the year by the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) last Aug. 12 at the Rizal Hall of the Malacañang Palace.

Philippine Daily Inquirer reporter Christian Esguerra was awarded for his balanced and reliable reporting on crime and corruption.

Esguerra graduated cum laude in Journalism from the Faculty of Arts and Letters. During his editorship at the Varsitarian, he started the writing workshop Inkblots which is now on its seventh year. He was a two-time editor in chief of the official student publication.

The VACC awards journalists and publications that offer balanced reporting and help fight corruption and violence in the country through in-depth and impartial reports.

VACC is an anti-crime volunteer organization which is a partner of the government in fighting lawlessness and corruption. Joanarc T. Villaflor

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