AIMING to be “seeds of responsible and developmental communication,” 10 media organizations from different universities launched the Philippine Association of Media Student Organizations (PAMSO) last Feb. 5 at the Colayco Park.

The UST Journalism Society (JournSoc), Ateneo Association of Communication Majors (AComm), Adamson University Mass Communication Society, University of the Philippines Journalism Club, Union of Journalists in the Philippines-UP Chapter, De La Salle Green Media Group, Far Eastern University Journalism Society, St. Scholastica’s College Communication Society, St. Paul College Communication Arts Society, and UST Communication Arts Students Association gathered to formally establish a network of media and journalism students.

“We want to focus on the acquisition of facilities for the hands-on activities that would enhance the capabilities and knowledge of students and to put their skills into actual practice,” said Gian Carla Mallari, PAMSO minister for external affairs and AComm vice-president for external affairs.

In addition, Niel Niño Lim. PAMSO prime minister and JournSoc president, said the organization plans to conduct seminars on media and communication.

To fund its activities and projects, Mallari said they would conduct fund-raising activities. John Rheeno T. Cabangcalan

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