Lasallian Schools Press Conference

The Lasallian Schools Press Conference (more known as LSPCon) is an annual event that convenes all student journalists from the member institutions of De La Salle Philippines for seminars and workshops on journalism with speakers from the Philippine media industry.

Topics include news writing, features writing, sports writing, opinion writing, creative writing, newspaper layout, editing, photojournalism, and illustration for newspapers and magazines.

It is organized by the Alliance of Lasallian Campus Journalists, a union of all student publications within the system, along with a host school chosen from the member schools.

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