ACFJ MA Journalism Fellowships for Indians at Ateneo de Manila University
Scholarship Provider : Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
Eligible Students : An applicant must met the requirements for admission to the program
Course: Fellowship is available for pursuing Master of Arts (MA) program at Ateneo de Manila University.
Award Details : Full grants cover tuition fees, books, travel (international and domestic) and living expenses for the on-campus sessions.
Application Deadline : February 28 2017
The athletes that were given commendations were gold medalists Annie Albania (Women's Boxing, Flyweight, 50 kg.), Michelle Bruzola (Women's Fencing, Individual Épée), and Mary Joy Lasquite and Syrel Ramos (Women's Softball); silver medallists are Mary Rose Alfonso (Women's Fencing, Team Sabre), Rolando Canlas Jr. (Men's Fencing, Team Foil), Edmon Velez (Men's Fencing, Team Sabre), Annaliza Cruz (Women's Boxing, Light Bantam, 52 kg.), and Mary Grace Milgar (Women's Athletics, 400 Hurdles); and bronze medalists Mercedita Manipol (Women's Athletics, 10,000 m run), Jho-Ann Banayag (Women's Athletics, 42 km marathon), M. Bruzola (Women's Fencing, Team Épée), R. Canlas Jr (Men's Fencing, Individual Foil), and E. Velez (Men's Fencing, Individual Sabre).
On May 7, 1982, 12 of the Supreme Court's 14 justices resigned amid expose "that the court fixed the bar-examination score of a member's son so that he would pass." Justice Vicente Ericta was accused to have personally approached the bar chairman to inquire whether his (Ericta's) son passed the bar. Ferdinand Marcos accepted the resignations and appointed the new Justices. Chief Justice Enrique Fernando wept at a news conference as he accepted responsibility for rechecking and changing the exam score of Gustavo Ericta, son of Justice Vicente Ericta.