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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…


New politics
Editorial Opinion // October 19, 2015

When former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo rose to power as the country’s chief executive back in 2001, she carried with her the promise of new politics — politics that is not personality-based, free of dubious acts and from pretenses, mimicry, and corruption. It is a bright image to promise, a dream that, for many, seemed very…


UAAP: Green Shuttlers advance to finals, Lady Shuttlers fall to Lady Eagles
Sports News // October 12, 2015

The DLSU Green Shuttlers advanced to the finals of the UAAP Season 78 Badminton tournament after their triumph over their archrivals, the Ateneo Blue Eagles, in three straight matches last Saturday, October 10. Meanwhile, the DLSU Lady Shuttlers fell to the Ateneo Lady Eagles, who overcame La Salle’s twice-to-beat advantage last October 10 and 11…


UAAP: Green Archers stumble to UST in second round opener
Sports News // October 11, 2015

The DLSU Green Archers opened the second round of the UAAP Season 78 Men’s Basketball tournament with an 81-79 loss to the UST Growling Tigers earlier today at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum. Jeron Teng led the way for the Green Archers with 16 points, eight rebounds, and six assists. Sophomore forward Prince Rivero finished with 13…


UAAP: La Salle opens second round against top-ranked UST
Sports Feature // October 10, 2015

The second round of the UAAP Season 78 Basketball tournament will open with a rematch of the 2013 UAAP finalists as the DLSU Green Archers face the UST Growling Tigers on Sunday, October 11, at 4 pm in the Smart-Araneta Coliseum. UST is currently tied with FEU at the top of the standings, boasting a…


PRESS RELEASE: EXCEED 2015 – Accounting Amidst the Changing Technological Landscape
October 2, 2015

In 2011, the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants – De La Salle Chapter (DLSU-JPIA) launched its first ever accounting convention, In Focus. The following year the convention was renamed EXCEED and has been retained ever since. EXCEED has now grown into a convention that includes a business case competition, tapping different participants all over Luzon….


PRESS RELEASE: Run to Save Lives!
October 1, 2015

The De La Salle University Medical Center (DLSUMC) together with Ember Media presents “LA SALLE FOR ONE GOAL: Run X Lap 2,” a fundraising event for the benefit of DLSUMC Charity Patients who are in urgent need of surgical treatments. On its second year, runners of all ages are encouraged to join the Run X…


PRESS RELEASE: De La Salle University selected to host Hult Prize
Press Release // September 27, 2015

De La Salle University Selected to Host Local Edition of Hult Prize Competition as Students Address President Bill Clinton’s Challenge and Go Head-to-Head for US$1M.  The Hult Prize Foundation is a start-up accelerator for budding young social entrepreneurs emerging from the world’s universities. Named as one of the top five ideas changing the world by…