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SINAG is the official student publication of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy of the University of the Philippines, Diliman.


SINAG
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President
Renze Carlo Santos
Vice-President
for Publication
(Chief Editor)
Mary Roseann Ramirez
Vice-President
for Administration
Maria Socorro Marina de Villa
Secretary of the Publication Ingrid Acosta
Editors Maria Socorro Marina de Villa
Jane Blessilda Fabula
Kriscell Labor
John Paolo Rodriguez
Staff Mark Sherwin Bayanito
Adrian Gabriel
Kriscell Labor
Albert Lima
Maria Katrina Lucas
Mack Neil Nuñez
Roldan Pineda
Charlie Rivas II
Mary Grace Soriano
Marian Torres
Krystle Veronica Yu

Adviser Ruth Lusterio-Rico, Ph.D
Office 1/F East Wing, Palma Hall,
University of the Philippines,
1101 Diliman, Quezon City


Contents

History

SINAG was established in 1968. Its beginnings are traced from the time when the Philippines was facing a national situation. The students of then College of Arts and Sciences deemed the need of a venue to respond to the ongoing call to speak their minds and take a stand through an official student publication; thus the publication was born. The name is a portmanteau of sining and agham, Filipino words for arts and sciences respectively, while the portmanteau itself means ray of light in Filipino.

Thrust

SINAG will continuously seek to uphold its commitment to fair, vigilant, academic, and relevant journalism under the principle of democratization of discourse in order to take a coherent stand on pertinent issues. Now on Volume XLIII, SINAG has the vision to foster significance of the College campus publication in scholastic eminence and social empowerment.

Sections

Culture

The Culture Section highlights popular culture as reflected in the students’ lifestyle and in the general public. The Section shall ensure relevance of issues pertaining to life and to the world within the context of learning the environment using the social science disciplines.

News

The News section keeps its reader informed of the pertinent issues in the University, as well as in the national and international setting. Likewise it is subjected to heavy scrutiny of the editors to ensure its timeliness and accuracy.

Features

The Features Section of the publication showcases contemporary student life at the, but necessarily limited to the, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy. The Section serve this end through the publication of articles that highlight the human interest, information and entertainment and social awareness through informal discourse guided by the general framework of social science theory.

Literary

The Literary Section takes appreciation of creative arts in literature for its sake. The section facilitates an atmosphere of freedom of expression through prose and poetry.

Fun Page

The Fun Page provides a venue for the expression of the different eccentricities of its writers. Due to its very daring and controversial nature, it has provoked a multitude of criticisms in the course of its existence, both negative and positive.

Links

See Also

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