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For the past decade, De La Salle University (DLSU) has been offering ladderized programs in selected degrees. Ladderized programs are a ‘fast track’ to earning a higher degree, allowing enrolled students to get credit for higher graduate courses immediately after completion of prerequisite courses. In other countries, ladderized programs are commonly referred to as ‘accelerated programs’, or ‘combined programs’.

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The Student Handbook, which undergoes changes every three years, is set to be revised this term for implementation next academic year.

National Situationer

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Experts tackle the labor implications of K-12 on La Salle in a forum last Friday. Two more years. Students should expect more than just two more years in high school as the implementation of the Basic Education Act of 2013 moves into full swing this year. Rethinking DLSU’s business model Among the law’s many features,... Read more »

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The Philippine nation weathered on powerfully through a stormy 2013, battered as it was with the many threats to national security from the South, tightening international tension and militarization over hotly contested waters, May elections, the abolition of discretionary funds in the legislature, high-profile prosecutions and resignations in government, a sudden plummeting of the stock... Read more »

Sports

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  UAAP Season 77 has so far been a tough one for the DLSU Green Archers as they have suffered two gut-wrenching defeats at the hands of FEU and Ateneo. The “team-to-beat” label seems to be fading away and with an upcoming match against league-leader NU, things will only get tougher for DLSU. The Bulldogs... Read more »

Opinion

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As the hundreds of Student-Leaders of De La Salle University from our many different organizations, and my fellow officers from the University Student Government took their oaths, a myriad of thoughts ran in my head about the journeys ahead of all of us and the stories that come with them.

Editorial

Seeking justice - Jan Villarosa

Last June 30, De La Salle College of St. Benilde (DLS-CSB) sophomore Guillo Cesar Servando and three others were picked up along Taft Avenue on a regular Saturday afternoon. They returned beaten and bruised to a condominium situated a few meters away from De La Salle University, one that houses many of the University’s own... Read more »

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Holding training workload constant, college athletes have it tougher compared to their professional counterparts. Unless your name is Chris Tiu or any other athlete known for diverse interests, professional players are usually on the court 24/7 absorbing plays and game tape like a sponge. College athletes on the other hand, have to split time between... Read more »

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  There is no “I” in team is a concept that every sports team should understand in order to attain success. In a team sport such as basketball, although it is possible to have a single player carry the team to victory at some games, there is no such thing as a one-man team. Even... Read more »