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Extending a helping hand: COSCA’s relief efforts
News Feature // February 17, 2019

The first steps taken during the immediate aftermath of a calamity are crucial to the recovery of an affected area. Whether the damage was caused by natural or man-made forces, responders need to think fast to ensure the immediate survival of the people affected and to lay the groundwork for long-term rehabilitation. Accomplishing this may…


Representatives discuss implications, youth’s role on proposed Charter Change
Straight News // February 2, 2019

A discussion titled Law of the Nation: A Forum on the Proposed Charter Change was held last February 1 at rooms 507 to 509 of the Yuchengco Hall. Organized by One La Salle for Human Rights and Democracy along with the Theology and Religious Education Department, the talk shed light on the debate surrounding the…


Cornerstone laid for planned St. La Salle Shrine
Straight News // January 27, 2019

The groundbreaking ceremony of the University’s upcoming project, the Shrine of St. John Baptist de La Salle, was conducted last January 26 at the DLSU Laguna Campus. Prominent administrators such as DLSU Chancellor Br. Bernie Oca FSC, DLSU President Br. Raymond Suplido FSC, De La Salle Philippines President Br. Armin Luistro FSC, Associate Vice Chancellor…


DLSU hosts WWI photo exhibit
Straight News // January 23, 2019

Last January 22, a photo exhibit on soldiers from World War I was opened at the Learning Commons, a few months after the centinerary of the 1918 Armistice that ended the conflict. Titled “World War One-Far from Home,” the exhibit features a global perspective on the aforementioned war, showing the lives of soldiers away from…


DLSU professor wins prestigious book award
Straight News // January 22, 2019

Dr. Lisandro Claudio of the DLSU Literature Department won the George McTurnan Kahin Book award for his book Liberalism and Postcolony: Thinking the State in 20th Century Philippines. According to the website of the Association for Asian Studies, the George McTurnan Kahin Book award is awarded to scholars of Southeast Asian studies who have written…


The Pillar of Campus Ministry: The Lasallian Pastoral Office
News Feature // January 16, 2019

Dedicated to contributing to De La Salle University’s (DLSU) vision-mission of bridging faith and scholarship, the Lasallian Pastoral Office (LSPO) serves as the incarnation of the University’s campus ministry. For decades, the LSPO has been guiding the Lasallian family in faith and spiritual development by promoting the charism of St. John Baptist de La Salle,…


Competing abroad: A closer look into student activities overseas
News Feature //

The steady involvement of the University and its student organizations in international competitions continues to draw student participants. For the Model United Nations Society (MUNSoc), La Salle Debate Society (LSDS), and the Hult Prize delegation, much focus is given by senior organization members to ensure that their delegates and representatives are fully prepared and equipped…


DLSU officially launches AnimoSpace
News Feature // January 15, 2019

“Today we are launching something very special,” declared DLSU Chancellor Br. Bernard Oca FSC in his opening remarks as he heralded the University-wide implementation of AnimoSpace during its official launching last January 14 at the Philippe Jones Lhuillier Conference Room, Henry Sy Sr. Hall. AnimoSpace is a learning management system (LMS) built on the online…


Lasallian Business Study Tour, noncompliance with University processes prompt BCG suspension
News Feature // December 17, 2018

Last October 14, students were met with a surprise when the Business College Government (BCG) officially announced through its social media pages that it was on hiatus, and that in its place, the Associate Dean of the Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business (RVRCOB) would step in as the unit in charge of addressing…


The New Learning Management System: Animo Space
Straight News // December 4, 2018

De La Salle University, spearheaded by the Information Technology Services (ITS) is planning to launch a new Learning Management System (LMS) called Animo Space, built based on the Canvas LMS software. To orient students and professors on the transition and use of this new feature, the University held a town hall session in the fifth floor…