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The Chronicler was adjudged "Best School Paper" during the 1971 National Secondary Schools Press Conference held in Cebu City. In the individual national writing competitions, Chronicler editor-in-chief Alfredo Elicierto won 8th place in Editorial Wr
Contributor: Alfred Elicierto
Last Edited: 2010-11-29 05:17:32

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By Mario Arocha, The Chronicler adviser

Arellano's journalism students in English and Filipino emerged overall champions in the Fourth Year Citywide Journalism Contests held at Manila Science High School on October 2.

Arellanites scored 75.5 p
Contributor: Rene Palabasan
Last Edited: 2011-09-19 13:46:17

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Delegates to the 1968 National Secondary Schools Press Conference in Lucena City, Quezon, present their trophies to Manila Mayor Antonio Villegas at the Bulwagang Katipunan of the Maharnilad (City Hall) on April 1, 1968.

From left, Tambuli editor Herminia Reyes, junior editor Evelyn del Mundo, Chronicler editor Emma Valencia, Mayor Villegas, Tambuli sports editor Jesse Tiamson (bronze medalist, sportswriting),
junior editor Esmeraldo Herrera, Chronicler sports editor Salvador Platon (gold medalist, sportswriting), and Superintendent of City Schools Fructuoso Yanzon.

Photo courtesy of Jesse Tiamson ('68)
Contributor: Emilio Ruidera
Last Edited: 2011-02-12 05:43:19

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By Ma. Grace R. Hill, III-1

Selected students of Cayetano Arellano High School, together with students from schools all over the National Capital Region (NCR), attended the Junior Graftwatch Unit (JGU) orientation-seminar at the Office of the Ombu
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2010-12-19 20:32:10

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By Bea Nichole L. Domingo, III-SS1

The makers of Milo energy drink donated 100 pairs of rubber shoes to selected Arellanite -athletes and runners in the Milo Marathon, July 22 at the MAPEH building lobby.
C. Arellano High School was the only recipient school in Manila because some of its students joined the Milo Marathon last year.
"The shoes were given to our students for them to be inspired, equipped and to excel in sports and in life," principal Loida Diaz said.
"The students who benefited on the shoes can use them at the Milo Marathon 2013 on July 28 at SM Mall of Asia and
Contributor: Mario Arocha
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Photo courtesy of our friends in CAHS facebook; Caption courtesy of Rod Magtanong, '70 ( Rod of '70, and Porfirio of '71 are older brothers of Danilo, '75)

Front row (L-R) Marlene Ritualo, Elizabeth Lubag, Jovita Vasquez, Mr. Mendoza, Charito ? ('74), Lucita Mangalindan, Eleanor So. Back row (L-R) Artemio Namoca, Danilo Magtanong, Ligaya Mercado, Jocelyn Magalong, Prescilla Trajano, (?) Bonagua, Felizardo Javil. All batch '75 except for one. Info provided personally by Danny Magtanong from Hawaii..


Contributor: Emilio Ruidera
Last Edited: 2012-05-21 16:12:16

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Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-03-03 12:48:36

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Behind the success of the Manila radio broadcast teams, which participated in the Regional Secondary Schools Press Conference Radio Broadcasting Contest, held at the Quezon City Science High School on Oct. 21, were the technical devices and gadgets used during the teams' training and rehearsals.
Those devices were bought from the donations of Class '71 and the Arellano High School Multiply group.
The Manila teams held training and rehearsals at the C. Arellano High School journalism rooms and the school library.

Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-03-03 17:19:05

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The Manila radio broadcast team won several awards in the 35th Regional Secondary Schools Press Conference (RSSPC) Radio Broadcasting contest held at the Quezon City Science High School, Oct. 21.
The Manila secondary schools Filipino broadcast team won two 3rd places -- best in Radio Broadcasting and Best Script. Other winners were: Maureen Gonzales, 2nd place,Best News Presenter (English); Ryzel Louise Marzan, 2nd place, Best Anchor (Filipino); Vince Canlas, 2nd place, Best News Presenter (Filipino;) and Emelu Montinola, 3rd place, Best Infomercial (Filipino)
A technical glitz caused the tw
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-03-03 17:18:11

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By Mario Arocha

Two years in a row!

The C. Arellano High School English Journalism has repeated as overall champions of the 2011 Gawad Pamahayagan Scholastic Journalism Award.

The Chronicler, which won last year's Best in Editorial competition of the National Schools Press Conference (NSPC), could not live up to that precedent. All it could manage in this edition of the contest, which was held in Butuan City, is a 6th place finish.

Other Arellano journalism students won awards in the citywide, mini-press and regional conferences, the T. Valencia Cup and the national scholastic jou
Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2012-03-03 17:19:55

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Contributor: Mario Arocha
Last Edited: 2011-10-09 06:30:24

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Thanks to Mario Arocha, adviser of The Chronicler, Arellanites from all over the world can now view the latest editions of The Chronicler and Ang Tambuli in this site. Arocha converted the electronic files of both papers into portable document files (PDFs) and uploaded them on to our site.

Go to the respective sections using the pull-down menu and get a glimpse of how our school papers have changed over the decades, and have a sense of how good our future journalists are.
Contributor: Alfred Elicierto
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Contributor: Alfred Elicierto
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Chronicler adviser Mario Arocha has uploaded PDFs of some of the key pages in The Chronicler's latest issue. Here are four of those pages.

To view a page, move your cursor to the lower right hand corner of the frame until a set of buttons appear. Click on the second button to set the correct width of the page. Scroll up and down and use the magnifying glass to zoom in and out as needed.



Contributor: Alfred Elicierto
Last Edited: 2010-12-21 12:45:03

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