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PRESS RELEASE: In_Pact Forum
Press Release // April 9, 2018

MAKATI CITY, Philippines – Despite the fast evolution of technologies and considerable economic growth, development still remain uneven among sectors. These situations pave way non-traditional actors to contribute and develop solutions to various social problems. To help cultivate and ignite these social innovations, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde’s (DLS-CSB) Hub of Innovation for Inclusion…


Heeding the call to action
Editorial // March 21, 2018

Malacañang Palace’s recent barring of Rappler journalist Pia Ranada from Palace premises last February 20 has caused alarm among the online community. Many criticized the President for what they saw as an unfair treatment of a journalist and an act suppressing press freedom. However, many defended the Palace’s action, saying that the President was justified…


PRESS RELEASE: AWAKENING: Deciphering the Plugged-In Generation
Press Release // March 5, 2018

The Behavioral Sciences Society (BSS) will be hosting the 2018 Behavioral Sciences National Conference, in cooperation with the Behavioral Sciences Federation this coming March 9 and 10, 2018 from 9:00 AM – 5:45 PM and 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM respectively. It will be located in the 5th Floor Multipurpose Room in the Henry Sy…


PRESS RELEASE: Preen Sessions on Rape Culture
Press Release //

During our previous Preen Sessions, one of the key takeaways was to educate the younger generation on rape culture. They can be as young as elementary students or even those already in college. It’s never too late to enlighten them on what’s considered as rape and how it can happen to anyone, especially in a time when…


More time and thought
Editorial // February 26, 2018

Ever since the Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas rolled out the new five-peso coins late last year, it has been criticized for its uncanny similarity with the current one-peso coin–a design flaw that has caused confusion among the people who use it. The flaw was very relevant that it even arrived to the Senate, with Senator…


1986: People Power Prevails, Marcos Ousted
1986 Archive People Power // February 25, 2018

Once the news of the former President Marcos’ ‘real’ departure hit the streets in the evening of Feb. 25, people started singing, switched their radio channels from DWIM/DZRH to their favorite swing stations, and literally danced in the streets. At last, the 20-year oppressive reign of Marcos finally ended after what newsmen termed as one…


PRESS RELEASE: Navigate Possibilities: DLSU Job Expo 2018
Press Release // January 30, 2018

In line with its mission to provide job placement services to the Lasallian community, the Office of Counseling and Career Services (OCCS) will conduct the biannual DLSU Job Expo with the theme “Navigate Possibilities” at the Corazon Aquino Democratic Space, Henry Sy, Sr. Hall from February 5 to 9, 2018. This year’s De La Salle…


PRESS RELEASE: Communications Fair
Press Release // January 17, 2018

Effective two-way communication and efficient information dissemination has always been key to uplifting every Lasallian student life. From important announcements to introducing opportunities available for the student body, the USG uses several communication platforms to connect with its constituents. The Office of the Executive Secretary, with the vision of “Bridging the Gap Across All Sectors through Effective…


Summits like white elephants
Editorial // December 18, 2017

The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was to convince the world he didn’t exist. As strong as the indomitable human spirit is, it is not immune to pain. Tangibles, certainly, leave marks that are to be remembered, but it is in the intangibles that leave scars that last a lifetime. Heartbreak, suffering, and dread…


Taking a break
Editorial // November 5, 2017

Amid the different universities in the Philippines, DLSU diversifies itself through developing a culture of its own—what many call the “Lasallian culture.” Having said that, one of the things that La Salle has been known for is its regular class days from Monday to Thursday. To date, the goals and objectives of the University all…