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Join The LaSallian’s Layout Staff!
Recruitment // June 6, 2016

They say that what you know is only as good as your ability to share it. Layout staffers are in a unique and important position to shape readers’ experience by providing and arranging the visual elements needed to capture the spirit and significance of every story.   Every month, staffers from The LaSallian‘s Layout section…


Be a TLS Photographer!
Recruitment // June 5, 2016

A photograph does not just reflect superficial appearance; it says something. It enlightens and does not confuse. A Photo staffer has a keen eye for taking photographs that tell moments of Lasallian history unfolding. Photo staffers enable our writers to speak more visually by allowing our readers to experience the story through evocative images thus,…


Join The LaSallian’s Web Staff!
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The Web section brings the tradition of journalism to the 21st century. Web staffers are in charge of managing The LaSallian‘s website and social media platforms and are at the forefront of delivering news to our readers however they want it. Contrary to popular belief, coding skills are not a hard requirement to be a…


Be a TLS Artist!
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The Art & Graphics section makes the stories come alive. A&G seeks to add value and dimension to the newspaper by creating the imagery of every event. A&G staffers are both creative artists and informed journalists. Artists from The LaSallian are tasked to do the following: Submit work on time and in the best quality possible…


Join The LaSallian’s University Section!
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The University section is responsible for delivering news and analysis, which will make sense of the events, issues, and concerns that matter to the Lasallian community. The section is geared towards engaging its readers to be critical. Each University staffer is tasked to do the following: Pitch in article ideas Write at least one article…


After May 9th
Editorial Opinion // May 8, 2016

By this time tomorrow, over 50 million Filipino voters would have already cast their vote. It is the culmination of months of rigorous campaigning by those vying for the over 1,800 open positions in the national and local government, which ended yesterday evening, with today characterized by a relative respite from all the noise and…


Responding to the chaos
Editorial Opinion // April 11, 2016

The past few weeks have been crazy for several prominent universities in Metro Manila. Last March 28, the Ateneo de Manila University received yet another bomb threat from a still undetermined source. Students, faculty, and staff were then swiftly evacuated while the bomb squad conducted two sweeps of the campus. Only a few days passed…


Editorial: Remembering Ramon Magsaysay
March 16, 2016

When it comes to presidents, the Philippines has seen it all. We have been under the leadership of a former action star, a brilliant but ruthless dictator, a newspaper founder, a courageous housewife, and a high-ranking military man, to name a few. And then there was Ramon Magsaysay, a former automobile mechanic whom esteemed political…


PRESS RELEASE: DLSU Harlequin Theatre Guild’s “DLS 2k15:Kolab”
Advertisements Press Release // March 15, 2016

De La Salle University’s premiere and only recognized theatre organization, DLSU Harlequin Theatre Guild, will be staging DuLa Salle 2k15:Kolab. The production features 4 plays in 1 show that were written by students of the 20th Palanca Hall of Fame Awardee, Sir Nicholas Pichay and directed by the Guild’s very own student-artists. BILLBOARD Billboard is…


PRESS RELEASE: One Tribe, Multi-Sound – Paradise International Music Festival Releases More
Press Release // March 1, 2016

It is official: the Paradise International Music Festival (Paradise IMF) is gearing up for their first-ever music spectacle in Manila by introducing a multi- genre lineup. A music festival that boasts of oneness in a festival of multiple genres in a day.     As of date, the festival is enthused to announce the additions…