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College of Arts and Letters Student Council A.Y. 2013-2014 University of the Philippines ATTENDANCE SHEET (General Assemblies) LEGEND: P - Present | L – Late (Unexcused) | LE – (Excused) | A – Absent (Unexcused) | AE - (Excused) DATES JOHN TOLEDO MICAH MAGARO ISABELLA DEL CASTILLO ALBIEN SISON DON FERNANDEZ MARA ABUEVA JERONIMO ASCUE VIKTOR AUSTRIA MELISSA CAMPOS LESLIE CORPUZ JUAN YSMAEL MENDOZA XENA PABICO MIGUEL PANGALANGAN ALIONA SILVA

6/6/2013 P P P LE LE P LE P LE P AE P LE Absent

6/13/2013 P P P P P P P P LE P AE AE P Present

7/3/2013 P P P P P P P P LE AE P P P Present

7/10/2013 P P P P P P P P L P LOA P LE Present

DATES JOHN TOLEDO MICAH MAGARO ISABELLA DEL CASTILLO ALBIEN SISON DON FERNANDEZ MARA ABUEVA JERONIMO ASCUE VIKTOR AUSTRIA MELISSA CAMPOS LESLIE CORPUZ JUAN YSMAEL MENDOZA XENA PABICO MIGUEL PANGALANGAN ALIONA SILVA

7/17/2013 P LE P AE LE P P AE LE LE LOA P P Present

7/24/2013 P L P P P P P P AE L LOA P L Absent

7/31/2013 P LE P P P P P P AE LE LOA P LE Absent

8/7/2013 P P P P P P P P P P LOA AE P Present

DATES JOHN TOLEDO MICAH MAGARO ISABELLA DEL CASTILLO ALBIEN SISON DON FERNANDEZ MARA ABUEVA JERONIMO ASCUE VIKTOR AUSTRIA MELISSA CAMPOS LESLIE CORPUZ JUAN YSMAEL MENDOZA XENA PABICO MIGUEL PANGALANGAN ALIONA SILVA

8/14/2013 P P P P AE P P LE P P LOA A P Present

8/28/2013 P AE P P P P LE P AE P AE LE LE Absent

9/4/2013 P P P LE P P P P LE LE P A LE Present

9/18/2013 P LOA AE P P LE LE P P P P LE L Absent


DATES JOHN TOLEDO MICAH MAGARO ISABELLA DEL CASTILLO ALBIEN SISON DON FERNANDEZ MARA ABUEVA JERONIMO ASCUE VIKTOR AUSTRIA MELISSA CAMPOS LESLIE CORPUZ JUAN YSMAEL MENDOZA XENA PABICO MIGUEL PANGALANGAN ALIONA SILVA

10/2/2013 P LOA L P L AE L P P P AE A A Absent

TOTAL All Present 7 Present; 1 Absent Excused; 2 Late Excused; 1 Late; 2 LOA 11 Present; 1 Absent Excused; 1 Late 10 Present; 1 Absent Excused; 2 Late Excused 9 Present; 1 Absent Excused; 2 Late Excused; 1 Late 11 Present; 1 Absent Excused; 1 Late Excused 9 Present; 3 Late Excused; 1 Late 11 Present; 1 Absent Excused; 1 Late Excused 4 Present; 3 Absent Excused; 5 Late Excused; 1 Late 8 Present; 1 Absent Excused; 3 Late Excused; 1 Late 3 Present; 4 Absent Excused; 6 LOA 6 Present; 2 Absent Excused; 3 Absent; 2 Late Excused 5 Present; 1 Absent; 5 Late Excused; 2 Late 7 Present; 6 Absent

College of Arts and Letters Student Council A.Y. 2013-2014 University of the Philippines ATTENDANCE SHEET (Events) LEGEND: P - Present | L – Late (Unexcused) | LE – (Excused) | A – Absent (Unexcused) | AE - (Excused) DATES JOHN TOLEDO MICAH MAGARO ISABELLA DEL CASTILLO ALBIEN SISON DON FERNANDEZ MARA ABUEVA JERONIMO ASCUE VIKTOR AUSTRIA MELISSA CAMPOS LESLIE CORPUZ JUAN YSMAEL MENDOZA XENA PABICO MIGUEL PANGALANGAN ALIONA SILVA

6/10/2013 (FWA) P P P P P P P P P P P P P P

DATES JOHN TOLEDO MICAH MAGARO ISABELLA DEL CASTILLO ALBIEN SISON DON FERNANDEZ MARA ABUEVA JERONIMO ASCUE VIKTOR AUSTRIA MELISSA CAMPOS LESLIE CORPUZ JUAN YSMAEL MENDOZA XENA PABICO MIGUEL PANGALANGAN ALIONA SILVA

7/16/2013 (Forum)

7/18/13 (KALeidoscope)

8/30/2013 (KOOLtura)

9/27/2013 (PIGing CAL-Me-Nation)

P P AE AE P P AE AE AE AE LOA AE AE AE

P P P P AE P AE P P LE LOA AE AE AE

P P P P AE LE P P P P LOA LE AE AE

P P P P P P LE P P P P P P P

6/18/2013 (Quiz Bee) P P P P P P P P P P LOA P P P

6/21/2013 (Freshie Night) P P P P P P P P P P P AE P P

7/19/2013 (SONAta) P P P P P P P P P P LOA P P P


DATES JOHN TOLEDO MICAH MAGARO ISABELLA DEL CASTILLO ALBIEN SISON DON FERNANDEZ MARA ABUEVA JERONIMO ASCUE VIKTOR AUSTRIA MELISSA CAMPOS LESLIE CORPUZ JUAN YSMAEL MENDOZA XENA PABICO MIGUEL PANGALANGAN ALIONA SILVA DATES JOHN TOLEDO MICAH MAGARO ISABELLA DEL CASTILLO ALBIEN SISON DON FERNANDEZ MARA ABUEVA JERONIMO ASCUE VIKTOR AUSTRIA MELISSA CAMPOS LESLIE CORPUZ JUAN YSMAEL MENDOZA XENA PABICO MIGUEL PANGALANGAN ALIONA SILVA

10/14/13 (CSC) P LOA AE P P AE AE P AE AE P P AE AE

10/14/13 (TBA) P LOA P P AE AE P P P AE P P AE AE

10/15/13 (Sem Planning) P LOA P P LE AE P P P AE P P AE AE

TOTAL All Present 8 Present; 3 LOA 9 Present; 2 Absent Excused 10 Present; 1 Absent Excused 7 Present; 3 Absent Excused; 1 Late Excused 7 Present; 3 Absent Excused; 1 Late Excused 7 Present; 3 Absent Excused; 1 Late Excused 10 Present; 1 Absent Excused 9 Present; 2 Absent Excused 6 Present; 4 Absent Excused; 1 Late Excused 6 Present; 5 LOA 7 Present; 3 Absent Excused; 1 Late Excused 5 Present; 6 Absent Excused 5 Present; 6 Absent

Prepared by Leslie Anne Marie Corpuz Council Secretary Noted by John Toledo Council Chairperson


DECL Concerns (August 8, 2013) I. Department: -Improvement of Philippine regional literature classes >according to some CL majors, they learn nothing from their regional lit classes (“too chill”) -more interactions between the majors (through events such as lectures and workshops) -priority in DECL major subjects II. Facilities -Cleaner CRs -Street lights in the Vanguard area -Wi-fi in CAL (not just in the atrium) -Free printer >demanded by most of the students >one suggestion: printer in the CAL lib -Working projectors >we really need projectors that work -Elevator III. Other Comments: -“DECL rocks” -“Love DECL (parang ayoko nang umalis)” -More DECL parties -Awesome grad party and yearbook please


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND LETTERS STUDENT COUNCIL College of Arts and Letters New Building Room 208 University of the Philippines – Diliman Report on the 1st Department of Art Studies General Assembly September 3, 2013 A.Y. 2013 – 2014 Prepared by: Isabella Del Catillo Representative to the CALSC, Department of Art Studies Account of the Proceedings On August 16, 2013, presently enrolled students of the Department of European Languages (DEL) were invited to take part in the first of its kind Departmental Assembly, a venue that gives them the opportunity to speak out and be heard out. Spearheaded by the Department Representative with full support and cooperation from the five department-based student organizations, the CALSC and the department administration, the occasion ultimate served to allow the students to address their issues and concerns that may have to do with DEL, the student council, the college and the university registration process, and the basic social services they offer. To provide, therefore, a context of the actual college and university condition of the above-mentioned subject matters, the following people and offices have been invited to deliver lectures and presentations that may dispose pertinent information: The Office of the Student Regent (OSR) A representative of the Student Regent discussed current university provisions on STFAP, student loan and the role of the OSR in upholding the rights and protecting the welfare of UP students. The Basic Social Services Committee of the University Student Council (BSS-USC) Incumbent USC Councilor John Paulo delas Nieves, head of the BSS Committee discussed services of said nature that students are entitled to during their stay in the university. These include dormitory application, access to different university offices and the likes.

The CALSC CALSC Chairperson John Toledo presented the results of a recently conducted survey by the council that deals primarily with the enrollment/registration process in the college. It provided an understanding of the student’s perception of the registration process and proposed solutions that may prove helpful to the reduction of problems that beleaguer the process. The Department of Art Studies Chairperson DAS Chairperson Prof. Cecilia Dela Paz sat down to address the students of his plans for the department as its new head.


Questions and Concerns Raised Internship program Main points: If it is possible to include an internship program in the current Art Studies curriculum Directed to: Prof. Dela Paz Response: The issue shall be discussed and decided upon by the heads of the Department. AS Classrooms and CAL Classrooms Main points: DAS rooms located in AS will be transferred to CAL since the Department of Speech Communication and Theatre Arts will move to the old Chemistry building. Directed to: Students

Graduation Main points: Raise money for the graduation this academic year Directed to: Students Response: The Volunteer Team shall help in raising funds for the upcoming graduation

Availability of the Basic Social Services offices of the university Main points:How to contact these offices Directed to: BSS Committee of the USC Response: Contact numbers are in the Basic Student Services Kit given out by the USC. A digital copy is also available online. DAS facilities and services Main points: broken chairs and desks Directed to: Prof. Dela Paz Response: Broken chairs and desks shall be replaced as soon as possible. DAS students with minors in other courses/departments Main points: Availability of slots in certain subjects such as Psychology Directed to: Prof. Dela Paz Response: Students can ask for a written letter from the Department Chair to address their problems in getting subjects.


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND LETTERS STUDENT COUNCIL College of Arts and Letters New Building Room 208 University of the Philippines – Diliman

Report on the 1st Department of European Languages Student Assembly 16 August 2013 A.Y. 2013 – 2014 Prepared by: Don Christian M. Fernandez Representative to the CALSC, Department of European Languages Account of the Proceedings On August 16, 2013, presently enrolled students of the Department of European Languages (DEL) were invited to take part in the first of its kind Departmental Assembly, a venue that gives them the opportunity to speak out and be heard out. Spearheaded by the Department Representative with full support and cooperation from the five department-based student organizations, the CALSC and the department administration, the occasion ultimate served to allow the students to address their issues and concerns that may have to do with DEL, the student council, the college and the university registration process, and the basic social services they offer. To provide, therefore, a context of the actual college and university condition of the above-mentioned subject matters, the following people and offices have been invited to deliver lectures and presentations that may dispose pertinent information: The Office of the Student Regent (OSR) A representative of the Student Regent discussed current university provisions on STFAP, student loan and the role of the OSR in upholding the rights and protecting the welfare of UP students. The Basic Social Services Committee of the University Student Council (BSS-USC) Incumbent USC Councilor John Paulo delas Nieves, head of the BSS Committee and member, College of Engineering Representative to the USC April Ramos, discussed services of said nature that students are entitled to during their stay in the university. These include dormitory application, access to different university offices and the likes.

The CALSC CALSC Chairperson John Toledo presented the results of a recently conducted survey by the council that deals primarily with the enrollment/registration process in the college. It provided an understanding of the student’s perception of the registration process and proposed solutions that may prove helpful to the reduction of problems that beleaguer the process. The Department of European Languages DEL Chairperson Prof. Danilo Victorino Manarpaac sat down to address the students of his plans for the department as its new head.


Questions and Concerns Raised On the use of facilities and the rooms that belong to the department Main points: broken chairs and desks, lack of speakers and electric fans Directed to: Prof. Manarpaac Response: Main priorities as of the moment are the improvement of the AVR and the rooms in Palma Hall Annex that are soon to be granted to the department On access to Botor Library Main points: the need for a librarian or a faculty that regularly stays in the library; the lending and borrowing of books and resources Directed to: Prof. Manarpaac Response: Prof. Manarpaac went to ask the students about the time periods they usually go to visit the library, to which majority responded during the afternoon. He promised to work out a suitable schedule in which faculty members are to stay in the library On the European Languages section in the School of Economics Library Main points: Is it accessible to students? Directed to: Prof. Manarpaac Response: The available books are accessible to students as long as they are accompanied by a member of the faculty On the availability of the Basic Social Services offices of the university Main points: How to contact these offices Directed to: BSS Committee of the USC Response: Contact numbers are in the Basic Student Services Kit given out by the USC. A digital copy is also available online. On council updates of their activities Main points: concern raised by Prof. Manarpaac; there is a need for updates on council activities; report back on the progress and it must not be only during elections that student leaders are visible Directed to: CALSC and USC Response: CALSC responded that it regularly publicizes its activities through room-to-room visits. It also promised to hold another gathering of the college’s students at the end of the year. USC responded that this year, the profit gained from the UP Fair will go to drinking fountains On students that have Tourism as minor Main points: Why do they not allow Tourism minors to undergo OJT during summer? Directed to: Prof. Manarpaac Response: It is not included in the present curriculum but it is currently being reviewed and a complete revision may be underway.


Other questions (unanswered) Why do most EL professors base grades and ratings only on examinations? Other criteria should also be taken into consideration like homework, seatwork, class recitation and attendance. Why not offer more languages? Why do we have a limited choice of fields to minor in? Would it be possible to have higher Russian classes given there would be enough demand? If I don’t want a career in teaching or in the DFA, as a BA EL student, what other avenues are open to me? What is the department’s “game plan” to redeem its Center of Excellence title? Why is not possible to minor in Linguistics?


UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES- DILIMAN COLLEGE OF ARTS & LETTERS DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH COMMUNICATION & THEATRE ARTS Student concerns: Room reservation conflicts or Teatro Hermogenes Ylagan Announcements: DSCTA rooms would remain free of charge The department will launch an undergraduate thesis grant for next semester Theatre Building will push through. No final plans yet though. Rest assured that there will be contingency plans for FC Hill tambayans If construction would affect thee Speech & Theatre Festival Concerns: Participants Batch Performances Schedule conflicts of Theatre Students Excuse letter c/o department Committee Updates for STF/DSCTA Week Marketing Participants: almost complete, Batch Perfs still conceptualizing Programs Program Flow to be submitted within the week Judges almost complete Logistics Pricelist of medals and trophy on hand Creatives All pubmats are for release Finance 10k full secured from the department


UNIBERSIDAD NG PILIPINAS- DILIMAN KOLEHIYO NG ARTE AT LITERATURA DEPARTAMENTO NG FILIPINO AT PANITIKAN NG PILIPINAS KONSEHO NG MGA MAG-AARAL Pang-Semestreng Ulat Mga Nakamit:  Pagsasagawa ng Listahan ng mga Tesis at Disertasyon sa loob ng Departamento  Pagkakaroon ng Online Petition sa mga klase at pagpapabukas ng mga ito  Paggabay sa mga bagong estudyante (mga nakapagtapos ng SMPF at Freshmen) sa kanilang kukuning panlabas na disiplina, partikular sa Araling Pilipino.  Department Assembly  Acquaintance Party sa loob ng Departamento Mga Isyu:  Magkaroon ang departamento ng Literary Folio  Magkaroon ng pagtitipon sa loob ng departamento  Printer sa tanggapan ng CAL SC  Mai-waive ang minimum na sampung estudyante para makapagbukas ng klase


Prepared by Mara Angela Abueva and Jeronimo Ascue Finance Committee Co-Heads


DATE

BALANCE

NOTE Microsoft Sponsorship Shirts (6/21/13) Book Sale Council Officer's Donation

CASH IN P8000.00 P1550 P1487.00 P500.00

CASH OUT

P11537.00 Lights & Sounds Certificate Jackets Extension Cord Drinks (Big 250) Tarp Freshie Kit Balance Quiz Bee + AVR Fees Extra Juices Extra Powdered Juice, Water, Ice Certificate Photocopies Personal Loan (Council Volunteer) Surplus 6/21/2013

P4500.00 P107.25 P180.00 P893.55 P440.00 P2040.00 P750.00 P200.00 P200.00 P75.00 P1000.00 P8.05

P1659.25 CAL-Me-Nation Paid Loan Sonata + KALeidoscope Budget Part 1 Advanced by Mara (to be paid by expected shirts revenue) Revel Bars First Sale Capital

P300.00 P500.00 P1000.00 P710.00 P1960.00

P209.25 July 12-18 CALSC Fund Roadpainting, Kaleidoscope, Sonata Solicitations July 19 CALSC Fund Sonata + KALeidoscope Budget PART 2 Sonata + KALeidoscope Additional Expenses

P250.00 P1200.00 P100.00 P462.00 P1192.9

P104.35 July 22 CALSC Fund Revel Bars First Sale Revel Bars Second Sale Capital

P100.00 P3325.00 P2940.00


7/25/2013

P589.35 Surplus

P0.65

Xena's Two Revel Bars from First Sale

P50.00

Revel Bars Second Sale Revel Bars Third Sale Capital

P5250.00

Revel Bars Third Sale UP Euro Spon for SONATA Follow up KALeidoscope Paint Reimbursement

P5250.00 P200.00

P2940.00

P2950.00

8/7/2013 8/14/2013 8/14/2013

P250.00

P8150.00

8/27/2013 8/28/2013 8/28/2013 8/28/2013 8/28/2013 8/29/2013

Fourth Revel Bars Sale Capital CALSC Fund (Alio, Mara) August CAL Volley Jersey Down Payment given to Isab First Day Zeitgeist Book Sale CALSC Fund (Vik, Isab) August Fifth Revel Bars Sale Capital Second Day Zeitgeist Book Sale Fourth Revel Bars First Half BCO Fee (First Week) for 4 days

P1339.00 P100.00

8/30/2013

Third & Fourth Day Zeitgeist Book Sale

P1218, P1663

9/2/2013 9/3/2013

Fifth Day Zeitgeist Book Sale Sixth Day Zeitgeist Book Sale

P332.00 P1162

9/4/2013

CALSC Fund (Don, Yeye, Mel) August

P150.00

8/23/2013

Half of Fifth and Part of First Revel Bars Revel Bars Sixth Sale Capital Part of Fourth with Fifth Revel Bars Sale

9/4/2013 9/4/2013 9/4/2013 9/4/2013

9/18/2013 9/18/2013 9/18/2013

P100.00 P3000.00

P2940.00 P1846.00 P3550.00 P600.00

P3275.00 P2940.00 P1350.00

P11815.00 Surplus Paint Budget for VoCAL (Micah Magaro) Seventh Day Zeitgeist Booksale Eigth Day Zeitgeist Booksale Ninth Day Zeitgeist Booksale Photocopy of Pamphlets (JL) BCO Fee (Second Week) for 4 days

9/4/2013 9/4/2013 9/5/2013 9/6/2013 9/11/2013 9/11/2013 9/18/2013

P2940.00

P1.00 P1000.00 P1172.00 P1450.00 P1371.00 P195.00 P600.00

P14014.00 Surplus *Revel Bars Balances as of 9/18/13 Nemo Council Fund or August and September

P5.00 P3875.00 P100.00


flour, BBQ sticks, japanese paper, tin candles Lingua Franca Sponsorship paint, palayok tarpaulin Barbeque Isaw ice, water, utensils Talent Fee (Bersus) Talent Fee (Unitima) Lights and sounds (WABS)

9/23/2013 9/25/2013 9/26/2013 9/26/2013 9/27/2013 9/27/2013 9/27/2013 9/27/2013 9/27/2013

P 294 P1000 P227 P792 P700 P300 P180 P1500 P2500 P2000 TOTAL EXPENSES FOR CALMENATION: P8493.00

9/30/2013

P 10, 501.00 Albien's Revel Bars Isab's Revel Bars

P350.00 P350.00

P11201.00 Receivables:

Unremitted Revel Bars Coun. Mico Vice-Chair Micah CAL Rep Alio Sigma Alpha Sorrority Sponsorship

P400.00 P1125.00 P1125.00 P2000.00 Total:

P15851.00

P4650.00

Expected Money after First Semester (Upon Remittance of R's)

Student’s Rights and Welfare Committee Cash Flow Report by Melissa Campos cash in cash out 350 (bake sale) 600 700 (bake sale) 1200 60 (printing) 40 (printing) 10, 125 (shirt sale) 13,615 total: 11,275 Total: 15,415 cash at hand: 4140



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