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Andrea Punzalan
UAAP: Green, Lady Tankers plunge into action for Season 80 Championship
Sports News UAAP 80 // October 12, 2017

With the first semester of the season beginning anew, the DLSU Green and Lady Tankers are ready to make waves once again in the upcoming UAAP Season 80 Swimming Tournament. Ever since Season 77, the Green Tankers and Lady Tankers have settled for second and third place, respectively, in each of the past three years….

UAAP: Green Archers defeat FEU, 75-73, to open second round
Sports News UAAP 80 // October 11, 2017

In their second meeting of the UAAP Season 80 Men’s Basketball tournament, the DLSU Green Archers improved to a 6-2 win-loss record after edging the FEU Tamaraws, 75-73, earlier today at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.   Ricci Rivero led the way in scoring for DLSU, for the second straight game, finishing with 20 points and…

UAAP: Green Archers defeat UE to take fifth win, 106-100
Sports News UAAP 80 // October 4, 2017

Earlier today at the Araneta Coliseum, the DLSU Green Archers proved their resilience in taking down the UE Red Warriors, 106-100. In the losing effort, UE’s Alvin Pasaol was dominant on both ends of the court, recording a career high of 49 points, eight rebounds, and four steals. Philip Manalang and Mark Olayon added 14…

Accounting, engineering, double degree student-athletes further break down stereotypes
Sports Feature // September 25, 2017

Hassle, challenging, and stressful. These are some of the things that come into people’s minds when they think about courses like accounting, engineering, and double degree programs. Although these are just some of the conventionally heavy programs offered by DLSU, there are athletes who are able to prove themselves worthy of tackling these difficult programs…

Coach of the Year: De Jesus guides Lady Spikers to back-to-back championships
Sports Feature // July 19, 2017

Behind the numerous championships of formidable athletes, there lies a guiding light that truly paves the way to their victory. As the envoy extraordinaire for the DLSU Lady Spikers, head coach Ramil De Jesus has built a dynasty in UAAP volleyball. With the recent conclusion of the UAAP Women’s Volleyball Finals, De Jesus was able…

In the minds of the elected
General Elections // July 15, 2017

Candidates are the building blocks of elections. During campaign week, candidates must scour through the walls and the classrooms of the University, interacting with students whose eyes try to pry the truth and the intention behind why they are running for a position in the University Student Government (USG). For Seanne Esguerra, Ervina Robles, and…

COMELEC on regulating electoral processes
General Elections //

The University Student Government (USG) Commission on Elections (COMELEC) is the deciding body on all electoral exercises within the University. From the very beginning, COMELEC has been the key background player of the USG General Elections (GE). From screening volunteers to planning campaign and election proceedings, COMELEC regulates the Election Code. Backbone of elections With…

DLSU Dragon Boat wraps up campaign in China, clinches fifth in Men’s 500m Small Boat
Sports News // June 30, 2017

The DLSU Dragon Boat Team recently represented the Philippines in the the 2017 World Famous University Dragon Boat Festival held at DaLi County of Weinan City, Shaanxi, China last June 24 to 25. The Lasallians placed eighth for both the 200m and the 2000m events, while placing fifth for the 500m division. Led by team…

FilOil: Green Archers finish second, fail to defend preseason title
FilOil 2017 Sports News //

In their third finals matchup in four years at the FilOil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup, the San Beda College (SBC) Red Lions retook the title after edging the defending champions, the DLSU Green Archers. With a record of five wins and three losses in the elimination round, the team from Taft clinched the last…

FilOil: DLSU succumbs to SBC, 75-72, fails to defend preseason title
FilOil 2017 Sports News // June 25, 2017

The DLSU Green Archers once again fell at the hands of the SBC (San Beda College) Red Lions behind a go-ahead three-pointer from former Green Archer Robert Bolick with eight seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. A close battled ensued between the reigning UAAP and NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) champions until the Lasallians faltered…