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PRESS RELEASE: Discipline Awareness Month 2016
Press Release // January 30, 2016

We are inviting the Lasallian community to join our activities for Discipline Awareness Month 2016. This year’s theme, “I am Loved, I am Disciplined” is quite interesting because it bridges the values of love and discipline. This highlights that discipline, in whatever form or aspect, stems from love: that you are a disciplined son or…


PRESS RELEASE: XPLORRA Talks travels to DLSU
Press Release // January 27, 2016

XPLORRA, the premier all-in-one online travel and tourism platform that lets you discover and experience amazing places and plan and book trips in the Philippines, shares passion for uniting student travelers of all kinds—the backpackers, heritage advocates, local lovers, experience seekers, curious visitors—and inspiring them to seek, explore, and experience through XPLORRA Talks.   XPLORRA…


PRESS RELEASE: Coca-Cola launches the newest global campaign “Taste the Feeling™”
Press Release //

MANILA, January 21, 2016 – Coca-Cola unveils a powerful, global communications campaign for their most iconic product – celebrating moments made more special with the simple pleasure of drinking Coca-Cola.   The global campaign, which was rolled out first in Paris last January 19 featuring the newest tagline “Taste the Feeling™,” fully embodies the uplifting…


PRESS RELEASE: Freedom Film Festival 4 – Connecting Dimensions In Philippine Cinema
Press Release // January 25, 2016

MANILA, Philippines – Team Communication, the official organization of Communication Arts and Organizational Communication Students of De La Salle University-Manila, will be having the fourth instalment of its annual event entitled Freedom Film Festival. To be held for seven days that cover the first three weeks of February, Freedom Film Festival 4 has made sure…


Elect, defect, repeat
Editorial Opinion // January 22, 2016

Politics has been an uphill battle since before this year’s freshmen were born. The continuous changes in political climate — woven intricately with social and economic upheavals throughout the years — make it difficult to identify clear progress, and our collective inability to properly recognize the root of our problems may have led us to…


PRESS RELEASE: Freedom Film Festival
Press Release // January 12, 2016

MANILA, Philippines – Team Communication, the official organization of Communication Arts and Organizational Communication Students of De La Salle University-Manila, will be having the fourth installment of its annual event entitled Freedom Film Festival this coming February 2016. With the theme, Connecting Dimensions In Philippine Cinema, the Film Festival, which will be held in De…


The afterparty
Editorial // November 25, 2015

“Once you are elected, you leave your party. You forget partisanship. You work as one,” said Barry Ubara to the 1986 Student Council (SC) officers after bagging the SC Presidency thirty years ago — the first time Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista (Tapat) and Santugon sa Tawag ng Panahon (Santugon) had gone head to head in…


A stroke of luck
Opinion // October 31, 2015

by MARIEN JOSE It’s funny how I always, always struggle to fetch an appropriate answer when I’m asked how I started writing. I don`t really have a proper response to this as I’m of this notion that it is something that I`ve always been doing. Would you believe me if I say I just picked…


Things I’ve learned eight years after graduation
Opinion //

by DONELLE GAN Wow, it has been almost a decade since I last wrote for The LaSallian. People get old way too quickly. With age though, I have learned a few things, so let me share some of these things. Learning never stops. Let me talk about this in 3 dimensions. The first one is: I…


The LaSallian’s Staff Picks: October 2015
Feature Staff Picks // October 26, 2015

October is usually the season of spooky stories and ghost hunts, what with Halloween right around the corner. This month, members of The Menagerie, along with acclaimed Literature Professor and expert on horror fiction, Vicente Groyon, give a few movies, books, TV shows, and video games to look into if you’re in the mood for…