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'''Carlos V. Ronquillo''' was a revolutionary chronicler and secretary of General [[Emilio Aguinaldo]]. He was raised in the hometown of his father in [[Kawit]], [[Cavite]]. After the outbreak of the revolution in 1896, he later became a crusading journalist. As a proficient writer in both English and Spanish, he wrote for the Spanish daily, ''La Verdad'' (The Truth). He also served as the editor of ''Muling Pagsilang''; the Tagalog section of ''[[El Renacimiento]]'' (The Rebirth), 1905-1910; ''Taliba'' (The Sentinel), one of the TVT Newspapers (''Tribune'', ''Vanguardia'', and ''Taliba)'' and authored several books.  
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'''Dr. Jorge Bocobo''' (1886-1965) was a renowned Philippine scholar, lawyer, journalist, leader, and educator. He was the fifth president of the [[University of the Philippines]] from 1934-1939.  Known to be moralist and disciplinarian, he was influential in the development of education in the Philippines.
  
  
<div style="float: right; margin-top: -1.5em; text-align: 85%;"><small>'''[[Maximo S. Viola|Previous Pinoy of the Day: Maximo S. Viola]]'''</small></div>
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<div style="float: right; margin-top: -1.5em; text-align: 85%;"><small>'''Previous Pinoy of the Day: Carlos V. Ronquillo'''</small></div>

Revision as of 00:13, 19 October 2017


Dr. Jorge Bocobo (1886-1965) was a renowned Philippine scholar, lawyer, journalist, leader, and educator. He was the fifth president of the University of the Philippines from 1934-1939. Known to be moralist and disciplinarian, he was influential in the development of education in the Philippines.


Previous Pinoy of the Day: Carlos V. Ronquillo