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History

UP Iris Photography was founded on November 18th, 1998 at the College of Fine Arts by 4 students.

Officers

AY 2007-2008

Chairperson: Fritz John Delos Santos (College of Fine Arts)
Vice-Chairperson for Internal Affairs: Niccolo Artus Dans (College of Fine Arts)
Vice-Chairperson for External Affairs (Planning): Jacqueline Anne Lozano (College of Fine Arts)
Vice-Chairperson for External Affairs (Publicity): Katrina Teh (College of Fine Arts)
Secretary: Mark Adonis Hontucan (College of Fine Arts)
Finance Officers: Marielee Guia Tagle (College of Fine Arts), Anna Therese Sotelo (College of Fine Arts)
Logistics: John Christian Castillo (College of Fine Arts)


AY 2008-2011

President: Kimbery Manabat (College of Fine Arts)
Vice President for Internal Affairs: Isabella Escueta (College of Fine Arts)
Vice President for External Affairs: Andrew James Sarmiento (College of Fine Arts)
Secretary: Sara Ysabel Rodriguez (College of Fine Arts)
Chancellor of the Exchequer: Joseph Allen Cheng (College of Science)
Logistics and Security Officer: Jonathan Balajadia (College of Fine Arts)


AY 2011-2012

President: Angelo Velandria (College of Fine Arts)
Vice President for Internal Affairs: Micaella Anunciacion (College of Fine Arts)
Vice President for External Affairs: Cassandra Monica Mapeso (College of Fine Arts)
Secretary: Jessica Lapeña (College of Fine Arts)
Chancellor of the Exchequer: Joseph Allen Cheng (College of Science)
Logistics and Security Officer: Aldrich Alarilla (College of Fine Arts)

Members

Activities

Announcements

Application for membership will be in the College of Fine Arts on July 19-22, 2011.

See Also

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