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Adiel Sam De Jesus
Atayde sheds light on new UAAP rule
Sports News // March 31, 2013

Last month, rumors of a soon-to-be-approved UAAP rule allowing high school players from UAAP schools only two-year residency when they opt to transfer into other UAAP schools, circulated in online media bureaus and forums, pre-empting analyses and commentary from UAAP analaysts.   These analyses include speculation on FEU star Jerie Pingoy’s wish to transfer to…

DLSU Spikers: Ladies bag three-peat, men placed third
Sports News // March 29, 2013

The DLSU Spiker teams ended in contrasting fashion to conclude Season 75 as the Lady Spikers successfully completed La Salle’s three-peat quest while the Green Spikers took yet another bump in the road. Successfully winning a third straight title this season, the Lady Spikers stymied the Ateneo Lady Eagles once again after sweeping the match,…

Mac Cardona: The king of hooks in hoops
Green Gallery //

Mark Reynan ‘Macmac’ Cardona made immediate waves for the Archers when he entered La Salle in 2001. That same year also marked the completion of La Salle’s four-peat crown in UAAP men’s basketball. He was hailed Rookie of the Year of Season 62. As the former King Archer Ren-ren Ritualo left Taft Avenue, Cardona took…

Greatness in failure
Opinion //

Here we are again… year after year, campaign period comes and goes.  Has it ever crossed your mind how many General Elections (GE) have taken place within the University? It was only last year when I first got a taste of the GE. It was a fresh experience to partake in what seemed to be…

Differences within the USG
General Elections // March 19, 2013

The second week of March is typically a busy week in De La Salle University.  For regular students, it’s the time for them to relieve themselves from the weight of midterms, and to prepare for the last few weeks of the academic year. For aspiring student-leaders, however, it is their time to show their worth….

La Salle captures first UAAP GC
Sports News // March 13, 2013

After 26 seasons, De La Salle University will finally grab its first overall championship in the UAAP. The General Championship (GC) has since belonged to UST for 14 straight years. With three more championship tournaments ongoing, La Salle has already secured its championship against other UAAP participating schools especially its closest rival, the 39-time UAAP…

Lady Spikers’ championship, sweeter the third time around
Sports News // March 8, 2013

  Mission accomplished. The three-peat has been repeated before a 19,000-strong crowd.   The DLSU Lady Spikers notched La Salle’s third straight title after sweeping the Ateneo Lady Eagles in straight sets, 25-23, 25-20,25-16 last March 6 at the Mall of Asia Arena.   Mika Reyes scored a game-high 16 points and tallied seven blocks while…

Dramatic comeback: Lady Spikers a win away from title
Sports News // March 2, 2013

Down two sets to none, the DLSU Lady Spikers ignited an inspired comeback after nabbing the last three consecutive sets in the team’s 20-25, 17-25, 25-22, 25-22, 15-6 thriller earlier today at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Ara Galang led the ladies from Taft with 17 points while veterans Michelle Gumabao and Abigail Maraño combined for…

Finals rematch: Lady Spikers to fight Lady Eagles
Sports News // March 1, 2013

DLSU Lady Spikers and rival the ADMU Lady Eagles have been consistent all throughout the season as both teams occupied the top two of the standings. After wins against National University and Adamson University, the squads have re-booked a repeat of the finals match up last season where DLSU won the championship. On March 2,…

Intricacies of uncertainties
Opinion // February 24, 2013

When I first stepped into the University, my instincts told me that I was entering a safe ground. Throughout my stay at DLSU I never lost anything important inside campus. In fact, I left my shoes twice on the eighth floor of the Enrique Razon Sports Complex and came back to find that they were…