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Patrick Quintero
Did anyone listen?
Opinion // December 14, 2017

Last week, I was in my lab class when I received a message from a friend. He asked me whether I was in the forum regarding the U Break. Obviously, I wasn’t, as I had an exam to take, simultaneous with the forum. As I viewed the message on my phone, Chancellor Dr. Robert Roleda…


U Break shift confirmed final, effective next term
Straight News U Break Shift // November 26, 2017

The University Student Government (USG) confirmed through a post on their official Facebook page that the proposed University Break (U Break) Shift, moving the U Break from Friday to Monday, has been approved by the President’s Council and will be effective next term.   Latest developments Recently, the USG launched a U Break Signature Campaign…


Moving On: Former Green Archers all selected in PBA Draft
Sports Feature // November 5, 2017

While many from the La Salle faithful are hoping for back-to-back championships this year, the Green Archers’ road to consecutive titles was made a bit tougher after losing four seniors following last year’s championship. Since then, both the team and the players have had to move on from each other as the next chapters of…


USG issues statement on the proposal to move U Break
News Feature Statement // November 1, 2017

ERRATUM: USG President Mikee De Vega brought into our attention an error in the original statement the USG released earlier this week. Number 3 of the proposal’s policies should have read: “Classes will end at 2:15 on Mondays. On Fridays, on the other hand, classes will end at 4:00,” rather than “Classes will end at…


UAAP: Melecio, Green Archers hold on to 95-90 win over FEU
Sports News UAAP 80 // September 10, 2017

Despite the absence of reigning UAAP Most Valuable Player Ben Mbala, the DLSU Green Archers prevailed over the FEU Tamaraws, 95-90, earlier today at the Mall of Asia Arena. Aljun Melecio led La Salle with a 29-point performance, while Ron Dennison scored 21 points for the Tamaraws in the losing effort. Meanwhile, forward Abu Tratter…


Going the extra mile with cross-training
Sports Feature // August 18, 2017

Everyone has their own way of enjoying their free time, and the student-athletes of DLSU are no different. They exhibit skills and talent beyond what is seen on the playing field or the television screen, but each also has their own way of progressing their game, coming from the discipline to push themselves to go…


PSL All Filipino: Baron, Lady Spikers banner F2 Logistics, fall short in title defense
PSL Sports News // July 30, 2017

Roughly a month after the culmination of the UAAP Season 79 Women’s Volleyball Tournament, the DLSU Lady Spikers were back to work as most of them competed under the F2 Logistics Cargo Movers in the Philippine Superliga’s (PSL) recently concluded 2017 Rebisco All Filipino Conference. The Ramil De Jesus-led team filled mostly by different generations…


Students’ evaluation of the USG
July 15, 2017

Since the tremendous drop of voter turnout in the 2015 General Elections (GE), the University Student Government (USG) has gradually regained its stature. The USG gained notable attraction from the student body as it pursued a student-centered campus for this academic year (AY) 2016-2017. As the incumbent USG officials near the end of their term,…


Head to head
General Elections // July 13, 2017

The candidates running for the Executive Board (EB) which consists five of the highest positions in the University Student Government (USG) have been training rigorously for the past months as they prepare themselves for the campaign period. The students will be the ones deciding on the best type of candidate appropriate for the position, where…


Female Rookie of the Year: Cobb is just getting warmed up
Sports Feature // June 19, 2017

From being cut from the team in 2016 to becoming one of the most recognized college volleyball players in the country, DLSU Lady Spiker Michelle Cobb has been through a lot in her young career. But it has only just begun. Despite being a rookie, the Behavioral Sciences major has shown keen aggressiveness and the…