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The Educator


The Educator

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The Educator


The Educator

Show the world that your strength is not in your factories or in your armies, but in your churches, your temples, your synagogues and in your schools.
— Carlos P. Romulo, The Schulenburg Sticker (Fayette County, Texas), February 25, 1960
 

In 1925, Carlos P. Romulo serves as the first editor-in-chief of The Coconut, the student paper of Manila High School.

He took on his first job, while still in high school, as a cub reporter for The Manila Times, assigned to the Senate.

In college he became editor-in-chief of the UP student paper, College Folio, reviving it as Varsity News.

He graduated from UP with a bachelor’s degree in 1918. By this time he was already working as an assistant editor on the staff of Senator Manuel Quezon’s newspaper, The Citizen.