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Roy Loyola Jr.
I.M.U., DLSU
Feature // August 12, 2015

You may not yet realize it, but you just might miss your alma mater someday. In the next few years, most of the current student body will have donned their togas, marched in PICC, and be thrown into what people like to call the “real world”. If you think that you won’t miss Taft Avenue…


On the job: The internship experience
Feature // June 13, 2015

Lasallians have had different ways of spending this longer than usual, three-hour class of a break. Some have chosen the martyr’s path, taking classes in order to lessen their academic load and graduate earlier. Others have taken the winding roads to sandy beaches and picturesque cobblestone streets to their respective vacation destinations. A third choice…


UAAP: Ateneo sweeps Green Batters to clinch third consecutive title
Sports News // March 12, 2015

The DLSU Green Batters lost Game Two of the UAAP Season 77 Baseball Finals to the ADMU Blue Eagles, 3-2, last March 12 at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium, making Ateneo the UAAP baseball champions for the third straight season. The Green Batters were first on the board. With runners on second and third and two outs…


UAAP: Green Batters drop finals opener against ADMU
Sports News // March 5, 2015

The DLSU Green Batters dropped Game 1 of the UAAP Season 77 Baseball finals to the ADMU Blue Eagles, 7-3, last March 5 at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium. ADMU now leads 1-0 in the best-of-three series. The Blue Eagles fired the opening shot as Adriane Bernardo scored on a fielder’s choice in the first…


UAAP: Green Batters, Ateneo meet in finals anew
News Feature // March 4, 2015

The DLSU Green Batters have qualified for finals of the UAAP Baseball tournament for the second year in a row. DLSU has once again finished the regular season with a win-loss record of 8-2, with both losses coming during the first round. La Salle then swept the second round and came out number one in…


UAAP: Green Batters rally past UP; Lady Batters overpowered by Adamson
Sports News // March 1, 2015

The DLSU Green Batters found their way to victory in a comeback win against the UP Fighting Maroons which was played on two days due to the playing conditions at Rizal Memorial. On February 22, the match was suspended due to time constraints after the fifth inning with a score of 4-3 in favor of…


UAAP: Lady Batters outlast UE, Green Batters fall to Ateneo
Sports News // February 8, 2015

The DLSU Lady Batters shocked the undefeated UE Red Warriors with a lopsided 5-1 win at the Rizal Memorial Stadium last February 8. Meanwhile, the DLSU Green Batters were not as lucky as they were beaten by the ADMU Blue Eagles with a score of 4-1. Surging forward The DLSU squad looked to score early…


UAAP: Green Batters shutout UST, Lady Batters upset NU
Sports News // February 5, 2015

The DLSU Green Batters slipped past the UST Growling Tigers, 2-0 for the first shutout by any team this season, last Tuesday, February 5 at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium. The win gives the Batters a 3-1 record coming into the last game of the first round of the UAAP 77 Baseball tournament. A day…


Renegade music
Feature // February 4, 2015

Rap music is what-is-on-your-mind music; unlike EDM, and pop which somewhat have to stick to a certain formula of I-love-you. Rappers have a lot on their minds ranging from turf wars to obsessions of derrieres. While people may put it down and its listeners here in the Philippines since it may seem hard to relate…


The many sides of Johann Espiritu
Lounge // December 22, 2014

Literature professor Johann Vladimir Espiritu enters the room holding a mug from Hong Kong Disneyland filled with coffee. “Tell us a little bit about yourself,” we say. He thinks for a moment before responding. “Ang lawak ng tanong ah. Di ko alam kung saan ko sisimulan,” he answers with a chuckle. The literature professor Though…