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The life of a LIA-COM student
Feature // July 26, 2016

One of the most interesting programs that the University offers is the double degree program. It’s a great way for students to expand their horizons as two courses are bridged together to make an invaluable combination, one program from the College of Liberal Arts and another one from the Ramon V. del Rosario – College…


The LaSallian’s transitioning years: An interview with Carmen Reyes-Odulio
Feature // June 25, 2016

The LaSallian, the University’s official student publication, started its operations in the 1960s. A paper for the students, of the students, and by the students, The LaSallian is deeply rooted in its colorful history, one that helped shape it into what it is today, which is the bastion of issue-oriented critical thinking. This fulfillment wouldn’t…


Leaving the limelight
Feature // April 18, 2016

“When you feel like you’re on cloud nine, and you think you’re invincible, and all your problems go away. When, out of nowhere, you just feel like smiling, and feel like it’s the perfect day.” This is how Marie Bernadette Tuason (II, MEM-BME), a former member of LSDC-Contemporary, describes the feeling of performing. The shot…


A Moral Entanglement: Purity and promiscuity
Feature // March 17, 2016

Long before the 16th century-colonization of the Philippines by the Spaniards, tribal Filipinos already had their own established beliefs and practices. Being the ethnic archipelagic norm at the time, polygamy was widely accepted and practiced by the early Filipinos, with tribal men often having three or more wives. It was the advent of Catholicism that…


A peek inside the Helping Hands Café
Feature // February 1, 2016

With several cafés already established along Taft Avenue, Lasallians won’t be running out of places to get their first latte in the morning, cram that research paper, or just chill out during long breaks any time soon. But for those looking for a different kind of fix, there’s a coffee shop across the street that goes…


Rant & Rave: Blue Neighbourhood
Rant & Rave // January 1, 2016

Big dreams are gateways to big achievements. A dedicated singer at the age of 6 and a Youtube star at the age of 14, Troye Sivan has made music and videos his passion. Citing Michael Jackson as an inspiration, his Youtube popularity became an avenue, first for his covers, and then eventually into releasing his…


Are we downgrading? A look at the music culture
Feature // November 24, 2015

One of the ways that the Philippines preserves its colorful and rich culture is through art performances. Blessed with a myriad of powerful and versatile talents, Filipinos can portray almost any aspect of their iconic lifestyle through songs or dances, which allow audiences a grand view of the zest of their culture and background. Ever…