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The FRONTIER: SCRIBES OPEN IDEALS
By: ROCHELLE JOY ALVAREZ

 “Write to express, not to impress”.

         Writing is one of the best ways to    express feelings that can be shared by anyone and/or everybody. But somehow, it also impresses others on what we’re writing. For example, the Frontier scribes open ideals to individuals to express the significance of these ideals rather than using these to impress people.

The FRONTIER provides intellectual knowledge to everyone that describes   the colleges’ uniqueness, ideas and     culture. Furthermore, it states the truth in every people’s OPINIONS, PORTALS, EVENTS, and NEWS that embrace OPEN IDEALS.

Our SCHOOL              PUBLICATION—The FRONTIER is an avenue to converge the institute’s educational core values: professional competence, social responsibility and God-centeredness not only within the school premises but also extending to its societal linkages.

Its essence might have been unseen, unheard, unfelt and unrecognized due to missing “issues” from previous years. But with its revitalization in forming a new breed of student-journalists, we are well motivated to perform and give what’s due to the studentry.

This is not a PROMISE—but a CALLING of compassionate and dedicated young-writers, being anchored with the purpose to be an emblem of humane campus journalism. Together we scribe for

excellence.