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Roselin Manawis
A cause for concern: On vaccines and measles outbreaks
Straight News // March 11, 2019

“[Measles] is a preventable disease. It seems to be that no one should die from a preventable disease, and yet people die from this,” Dr. Bien Nillos, a professor of the Behavioral Science Department, states in Filipino as he speaks with The LaSallian on the measles outbreak recently declared by the Department of Health (DOH)…


UP Journalism Club hosts journalism forum on election coverage, educating voters
National Situationer Straight News // February 23, 2019

With campaign season for the 2019 senatorial elections well underway, the University of the Philippines (UP) College of Mass Communication (CMC) hosted Knowing Your Choice: A Forum on Election Coverage last February 21 at the UP CMC Auditorium to discuss how different forms of media strive to remain critical and mindful when it comes to…


Looking into AnimoSpace: To online learning platforms and beyond
News Feature // February 16, 2019

De La Salle University finds itself at the forefront of modern education with the launching of its new Learning Management System (LMS), AnimoSpace, a customized version of the Canvas software developed by the United States-based educational technology company, Instructure. The new system officially went live at the start of the second term of Academic Year…


The cost of education: DLSU tuition through the years
Straight News //

P350,429.28—this is the cost of sending a child to DLSU for one term, if one were to ask the Student Council (SC) in 1991. Twenty eight years ago, The LaSallian published an article titled Can you still afford to send your kids to La Salle in 2019? which projected the cost of enrollment in the…


Divided perspectives: Senatoriables tackle national issues in televised debate
National Situationer // February 12, 2019

After facing a panel of journalists in the first round of Debate 2019: GMA Network’s Senatorial Face-Off last February 9, the 21 aspiring senators were then paired off for short debates on 10 pressing national issues. Each candidate was given 45 seconds to explain why they were in favor or against the assigned topic, and…


Senate hopefuls probed on track record, competence in Debate 2019
National Situationer //

Twenty-one senatoriables pit their wits against each other last February 9 in Debate 2019: GMA Network’s Senatorial Face-Off. The televised debate, hosted by Pia Arcangel and Vicky Morales, was organized into two rounds. In the first round, candidates had to face a panel of veteran journalists who fielded staggering questions concerning the senatoriables’ track record…


DLSU hosts WWI photo exhibit
Straight News // January 23, 2019

Last January 22, a photo exhibit on soldiers from World War I was opened at the Learning Commons, a few months after the centinerary of the 1918 Armistice that ended the conflict. Titled “World War One-Far from Home,” the exhibit features a global perspective on the aforementioned war, showing the lives of soldiers away from…


HSO services draw flak from students
News Feature // January 16, 2019

Disrespectful, unaccommodating, and rude—these were but some of the words students chose to describe the clinic staff of the Health Services Office (HSO) after becoming the subject of several scathing posts on the DLSU Freedom Wall last December. The office, which is under the Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Services (OAVCCS), aims…


DLSU professor accused of sexually harassing students
News Feature // January 12, 2019

A post made rounds on Facebook last October when an anonymous Marketing Management student claimed on the DLSU Freedom Wall page that one of their professors, who hailed from the Marketing and Advertising Department (MAD), sexually harassed and humiliated her and her classmates. The post, which has since been taken down along with the original…


Regular adjustment extended amid special adjustment removal
News Feature // December 17, 2018

Last July, the Office of the University Registrar (OUR) announced that Special Adjustment passes that allowed students to enroll into classes during the first two days of the term was to be discontinued effective Term 1, AY 2018-2019. In place of this, regular adjustment was extended to last until the first week of Term 2,…