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Rebekah Navarro
A treasure trove of memories: Revisiting Green & White
News Feature // December 2, 2018

As Lasallians come and go, it is important to have something that can remind them of their stay in the University. For this reason, yearbooks are made—to remember their fleeting college life marked by their personal noble achievements and the hardships of their batch. Every educational institution comprises of a yearbook publication body, and for…

DLSU Libraries welcomes cashless system
News Feature // October 29, 2018

Last August 13, the De La Salle University (DLSU) Libraries launched a cashless payment scheme for The Learning Commons and the Br. Benedict Learning Resource Center, with the goal of developing innovative and efficient services to offer better user experience to students. Going forward, they will now accept payments via GCash for all library charges….

General Elections News Feature // July 13, 2018

This year’s General Elections (GE) will be one that won’t easily be forgotten. Santugon sa Tawag ng Panahon boasts of a complete slate entering election season while Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista will not be fielding any candidates. For the past years, the student body has witnessed how the two parties storm in room to room…

Vox populi: “If I were USG President”
General Elections News Feature // July 12, 2018

Many are called, but few are chosen. The LaSallian looks into different perspectives of various students, weighing in on their boundless and unfiltered insights on what they would do as the most influential student in the University.   Nika Cardinal (III, CAM-MKT) If I were the USG president, I think I would abolish the dress…

Lasallian engineers compete In Hult Prize 2018
News Feature // July 4, 2018

Last April, three Industrial Engineering students competed in the Hult Prize Regionals at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore. Globally recognized as the “Nobel Prize for students,” the Hult Prize is a distinguished competition that caters to aspiring social entrepreneurs from hundreds of universities worldwide. As the world’s largest student competition and crowdsourcing platform…

Breaking Barriers: Women Entrepreneurs in Asia and the Pacific
News Feature // May 22, 2018

Aiming to address important issues such as the rising gender gap in economic and political settings, the Breaking Barriers session was organized with women entrepreneurs in the spotlight. Philippine Undersecretary of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Zenaida Maglaya, Bangladesh Federation of Women Entrepreneurs President Rokia Afzal Rahman, Prelo Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Fransiska…

ADB President holds press conference
Straight News // May 21, 2018

Desiring to answer various concerns highlighted in their 2030 priorities, Asian Development Bank (ADB) President Takehiko Nakao delivered a press conference last May 3 at the Briefing Theater 1 of the ADB Headquarters. Nakao addressed various concerns about the bank’s plans for the different member countries. Issues such as job continuity, investments in infrastructures, and…

BusinessWorld kicks off first-ever SparkUp summit
News Feature // May 16, 2018

Gathering the young business startup community with hundreds of local and international entrepreneurs, BusinessWorld launched its premier convention on ideation and venture capitalism last May 12, 2018 at the Samsung Hall, SM Aura in Bonifacio Global City. With great emphasis on the booming business industry, relevant business and ecumenical trends that will help create impactful…

Debunking the case: Exploring the lifeblood of the Lasallian Enrichment Alternative Program
News Feature // March 6, 2018

The Lasallian Enrichment Alternative Program (LEAP), a now decade-old Lasallian tradition, is an annually conducted whole-day event where undergraduate students are given the chance to attend on-campus or off-campus activities as an alternative non-academic class. LEAP has been successful in teaching students lessons beyond the classroom’s four walls. Whether sitting through a movie marathon or…

Senti: A Lasallian startup success story
News Feature //

Filipinos love social media, and there’s no question to it. According to social media management platform Hootsuite, Filipinos led global social media usage, averaging at 4.17 hours daily back in 2016. In the words of Ralph Regalado, a professor from the College of Computer Studies (CCS), “[The Philippines] is one of the social media capitals…