Ethics 5th Media Monitor (instead of media monitor, post on ACLE activity) Deadline Friday March 22

Ethics 5th Media Monitor (instead of media monitor, post on ACLE activity) Deadline Friday March 22 

          On occasion of the Alternative Class Learning Experience (ACLE) sponsored once every semester by the  Office of the Chancellor, the student councils, and the student organizations, class members are allowed to submit a photo of their attendance and participation in ACLE activities (i.e., a photo of yourself attending the ACLE) with deadline on Friday March 22, 2019 at 11:59pm.
The following are some of the ACLE activities from dozens available on campus:
1.UP Corps of Sponsors: Basics of self-defense: Strong Mind, Strong Body, Classroom 1, UP DMST Complex;
2.UP Travel Society: varied tips and tricks encompassing efficient preparation techniques, proper traveler practices, and comprehensive catalogs of the best hiking and trekking experiences near Metro Manila;
3.UP Euro: “Transcending Borders : On the Pertinence of International Relations and European Studies in the Philippines”;
4.UP Batangan & UP Mountaineers: Batulao: An ACLE about the Outdoor Adventures in Batangas and Responsible Tourism;

   5.UP Babaylan:”i love you and i love them too”An ACLE on polyamory & consensual nonmonogamy, ft. Dr. Anna Tuazon & Mr. Danger Gaerlan;
…and dozens more ACLE activities.
Cotton, the quarter-academic- oval- roaming U.P. community dog,  in between his TV interviews (his seventh over the weekend) will also be giving an ACLE demo and discussion (non-verbal on his part) on Thursday at 1pm at the auditorium.

    Class members who want to submit this exercise may submit their photo/photos accompanied by the following minimum text: description of the ACLE activity, time and place of the activity, and sponsoring organization. The photo can be submitted either by pasting the link on which it was originally posted (Twitter, Tumbler, FB, Instagram, WordPress, Google docs (if Google docs, make sure it does not expire) etc.),  or by embedding the photo itself with the caption as stated.
Happy exploring!