Articles By
Patrick Quintero
Sagun releases apology for Gonzales impeachment case three years prior
Straight News // July 8, 2018

Three years after filing an impeachment case for gross negligence of duty against former University Student Government (USG) Vice President for External Affairs Mae Mae Gonzales, Norben “Bim” Sagun Jr. released a public apology addressed to the former and her previous office yesterday, July 7. Sagun filed the complaint against Gonzales and former USG Executive…


CLA President Watanabe suspended after Judiciary ruling on absences
News Feature // June 18, 2018

College of Liberal Arts (CLA) College President Aya Watanabe is faced with a one-week suspension, following an impeachment hearing held earlier today at the University Student Government (USG) office. Watanabe was initially on trial for impeachment on grounds of gross negligence after incurring five unexcused absences in the Activities Assembly (AA). However, after the defense…


Former Green Archers stabbed outside BGC night club
Sports News // June 3, 2018

Former Green Archer Jeron Teng, along with former teammates Thomas Torres and Norbert Torres, was stabbed during an altercation outside Early Night? Club in Bonifacio Global City earlier this morning, June 3, as initially reported by Tiebreaker Times. Teng, who now plays for the PBA’s Alaska Aces, was reportedly stabbed in the back with a…


The plague of equanimity
Opinion // March 31, 2018

Equanimity, the state of psychological stability and composure, is the center point of the work of Dr. William Osler, Aequnamitas. It provides a clear definition for the role of a physician, who is required to have an equal mind and soul, as the term suggests. However, until what extent are doctors obligated to display Aequanimitas?…


Green Journal: Michelle Cobb has arrived
Green Journal Sports Feature // March 15, 2018

“Siguro, it’s a different kind of pressure.” Michelle Cobb sits on a bench in the Enrique Razon Sports Complex, a day after the Lady Spikers’ win against UE. A year after being put in the line-up for the first time, everything feels different for Cobb; A greater role, an increased level of skill, and, not…


UAAP: Lady Spikers prevail over archrival ADMU in four sets
Sports News UAAP 80 // March 3, 2018

Following a devastating loss against the AdU Lady Falcons last weekend, the DLSU Lady Spikers managed to bounce back with a win against the ADMU Lady Eagles, 25-20, 25-17, 24-26, 25-20. The victory gives La Salle a 5-2 record, tying with FEU midway through the season. “Coming into this game, we just remembered who we…


UAAP: Lady Spikers succumb to AdU in four sets
Sports News UAAP 80 // February 24, 2018

The DLSU Lady Spikers dropped their second game of the season as they lost to the AdU Lady Falcons in four sets earlier today at the FilOil Flying V Centre,18-25, 25-15, 19-25, 22-25. In the losing effort, Majoy Baron provided La Salle with 13 points on eight attacks and four service aces. Meanwhile, Desiree Cheng…


UAAP: Green Spikers fend off AdU, improve to 3-3
Sports News UAAP 80 //

  The DLSU Green Spikers notched a second consecutive victory, defeating the AdU Soaring Falcons, 25-20, 25-15, 24-26, 25-22, earlier today at the FilOil Flying V Centre. The win equalizes the team’s standing, pushing La Salle to a 3-3 win-loss card near the midpoint of the season. Arjay Onia led La Salle with 22 points…


UAAP: Second half surge wields La Salle to 2-0 victory over AdU
Sports News UAAP 80 // February 11, 2018

The DLSU Men’s Football team blanked the AdU Soaring Falcons, 2-0, earlier today at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium, after two second half goals. With the victory, La Salle records its second straight win to begin its season. Christian Zubiri, off an assist from Noel Brago, gave his team its first goal at the 72nd…


UNIGAMES 2017: Lady Woodpushers claim back-to-back, Lady Spikers finish with silver
Sports Feature // January 18, 2018

Several Lasallian teams competed in this year’s University Games (UniGames) last October 21-29, 2017 in Dumaguete City. Reigning women’s chess champions Lady Woodpushers claimed their back-to-back title after finishing the tournament undefeated. The DLSU Lady Spikers, meanwhile, fell short but improved to second place after their third place finish in last year’s UniGames. On the…