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The OrCom Competition Season: Lessons Learned by Comm Stop on Oct 20, 2009August is the Competition Season for UP Organizational Communication Seniors and the rest of the students in the very broad fields of business and/or communication. Several organizations have opened their doors to welcome fresh ideas that would spear...



Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. by on Jul 25, 2009Sound cliché. But these three words have been very influential and have been used in carrying out eventful advocacies. We often see that embedded on microwavable oven safe containers, paper bags, plastic bags and other reusable materials. These are...



Relationship 101 by on Jul 25, 2009Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams discussed how engaging of employees in a continuous process of innovation and improvement can keep them motivated at their highest level. Just as the new Web is revolutionizing media, culture, and the economy, it is...



Communication and Parental Control Evolution by on Jul 3, 2009Only a few more months from now, I’ll be on my official exit from innocence and be on my twenties. Two decades of existence. I could still remember how my life has been when I was in pre-school, elementary and high school like it was only yesterday...



Ray of Light (Musings of the Chronicler) by on Jun 25, 2009We are merely the summation, the living collection of the people we knew, the roads we trod, and the life we dared to live. Nineteen is a little too old to be amused by trivial and mundane things, and much as I want to deny the obvious, I really am a...



Spell Academic by on Jun 24, 2009What to write about here? I know very well that I’m still away from being through with teeny bopper kind of things because it really spices up a day to relive how life continues to rival the motions of a deranged rollercoaster. But this I would try...