Breast cancer claims thousands of lives around the world every year. To date, it remains the number one killer of Filipino women. Anyone can be a victim – mothers, daughters, sisters, and friends, regardless of age, race, social or economic status. This makes breast cancer and the fight against it, everyone’s major responsibility. Raising awareness… Read more »
Last month’s SONA was a moment of national importance but it unfortunately turned into a fashion event.
Every trimester, the University Student Government (USG) holds the Convention of Leaders (COLE). COLE is a general assembly, which aims to gain feedback and updates from the different student organizations and sectors of De La Salle University (DLSU). The participants of this event are various student leaders with the agenda of updating other sectors with… Read more »
For the past two years, the Philippine Senate Building has been opening its doors to hundreds of student leaders from across the nation for the Philippine Model Congress (PMC), the country’s premier government simulation program that is 100% student organized and fundraised. Now on its third year, the PMC remains the pioneering program in the country… Read more »
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.
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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 »