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Loyola Press Club provides an important means of educating, empowering and enabling the members in the journalistic skills. It is a platform to observe and act through reporting, printing and publishing. It encourages the members to record the events that take place in and around the college. It emphasizes on the social responsibility by sharing their views through creative writing columns.

 

The Loyola Papyrus was found in September 2008, as a collaborative venture of Papyrus Club Chennai, The Deccan Chronicle, Net Link Technologies and Loyola College, Chennai. The Club was renamed as The Loyola Press Club in the academic year 2009-2010. It regularly comes out with the Print Journal, The Sterling Post.

Year Plan 2015-2016 (Tentative)

Month      -   Activity

August      - Inauguration

September - A Workshop on Photoshop

October    -  A Lecture on “Art of Writing”

November  -  A Workshop on Page Maker

December -  A Workshop on “Creative Writing”

February -  A Lecture on “Newstory Writing, Editorials, Snippets”

                   A Lecture on “Investigative Journalism”

The Sterling Post, a Print Journal is to be published.

Accomplishments:

 

 

The Loyola Press Club saw its activities with the full support of the student members


The Inaugural ceremony was conducted on 16th September 2014. Thiru Balaji, Former Reporter Sports Section, The Deccan Chronicle presided over the function.


A Workshop on “Art of Writing” was conducted on 11th December 2014.


A Workshop on “Newstory Writing” was conducted on 12th February 2015 with Dr. Venkat Raj, President, Centre for Media and Public Affairs as the Resource person.


A Lecture on “Media and Its Responsibilities” was conducted on 13th February 2015. with Thiru. Bharathi Tamizhan, Editor, The Hindu Online (Tamil) as the Resource person.


“Investigative Journalism” was conducted on 19th February 2015, with Dr. Venkat Raj, President, Centre for Media and Public Affairs and Thiru. Ramesh, Editor, Eye Witness as the Resource Persons.


The Sterling Post is the highlight of the activities of the Loyola Press Club for the Academic year 2014-15.

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