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Andrea Punzalan
UAAP: Lady Woodpushers continue surge atop the standings, Green Woodpushers remain last
Sports News UAAP 81 // October 21, 2018

With reports from Arden Bacallan   The Green-and-White earned mixed results as they finished the 11th and 12th rounds of the UAAP Season 81 Chess Tournament, which was held last October 20 and 21 at the UST Quadricentennial Pavilion. As the Lady Woodpushers notched two dominant victories during the weekend, they now currently sit in…


UAAP: Green Archers face Ayo, overpower Growling Tigers, 99-72
Sports News UAAP 81 // October 3, 2018

Earlier today, the DLSU Green Archers came away with a victory over the UST Growling Tigers, 99-72, at the Mall of Asia Arena. With the win, the team from Taft improved their win-loss standing to 3-2, while the team from España now sport a 1-4 record. Justine Baltazar led the Green Archers after posting 22…


UAAP: Green, Lady Woodpushers launch Season 81 campaigns with mixed results
Sports News UAAP 81 // September 27, 2018

The DLSU Woodpushers began their respective UAAP Season 81 campaigns with wins and losses last September 19, 22, and 23, with the Chess Tournament held at the University of Santo Tomas Quadricentennial Pavilion, Sampaloc, Manila.   Day one On the first day of the competition, the DLSU Green Woodpushers fell to the UP Fighting Maroons,…


Coach of the Year: Randy Segarra leads chess teams to podium finishes
Sports News UAAP 80 // August 13, 2018

Season 80 was a defining edition of the UAAP for La Salle Chess. As the men’s team aimed for a podium finish, the women’s team on the other hand did their best to avoid another occurrence of a tie similar to last year’s championship. Segarra states that both teams had a different complexion for this…


Male Rookie of the Year: Angelo Tantuico makes immediate impact for the Green Batters
Sports Feature Student Spotlight //

Season 80 of the Men’s Baseball tournament ended on a sour note for the Green Batters. The Lasallians ended their campaign losing to the AdU Soaring Falcons in the Finals, 13-6. Although it may seem that this loss is the end of the long road to glory, rookie Angelo Tantuico is just suiting up for…


Monochrome
General Elections News Feature // July 13, 2018

This year’s General Elections (GE) will be one that won’t easily be forgotten. Santugon sa Tawag ng Panahon boasts of a complete slate entering election season while Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista will not be fielding any candidates. For the past years, the student body has witnessed how the two parties storm in room to room…


DLSU cruises past MAPUA for sixth win, 102-95
FilOil 2018 Sports News // June 2, 2018

The DLSU Green Archers were successful in taking down the Mapua University Cardinals, 102-95, yesterday in a FilOil Flying V Preseason Cup game held at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. With the win, La Salle clinches a spot in the quarterfinals for the fifth consecutive year. “Actually, coming into the game, nakita…


Busting myths on vegetarianism
Sports Feature // May 3, 2018

Vegans and vegetarians are quite common in terms of their diet but they also have their differences. Vegetarians are people who do not eat any meat, whether it be fish, beef, pork, chicken, or any by-products that have resulted in animal slaughter. Vegans, on the other hand, just like vegetarians, also exclude any form of…


The true winner
Opinion // March 31, 2018

Scrolling through social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter has become a mundane activity for me. At times of stress and boredom, I find myself reading tweets and sharing posts about anything that trigger my mind and brews my own curiosity. Last Sunday, February 25, at around 3 am, as the dawn of the 32nd…


UAAP: DLSU Woodpushers set towards the road to redemption
Sports News UAAP 80 // February 23, 2018

Despite finishing with contrasting results in the previous year, the DLSU Woodpushers are geared to reclaim the title back to Taft. The Lady Woodpushers nearly closed out a back-to-back championship, however, a single tiebreak seemed to be the determinant of a heartbreaking Season 79. The Men’s team, on the other hand, went down to fifth…