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Roselin Manawis
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),…


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,…


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…


USG President Perez breaks silence on alleged presidential pardon
News Feature // November 20, 2018

Controversies surrounding this year’s Special Elections (SE) were heightened with the emergence of posts and memes on Facebook pages such as the DLSU Community Forum, DLSU Freedom Wall, DLSU-Manila Secret Files, and other online platforms. One of the more prominent of these rumors is the allegation that University Student Government (USG) President Gabbie Perez granted…


USG President Gabbie Perez on sustainable student governance, social awareness
News Feature // November 9, 2018

Having garnered 60.72 percent of the student population votes, Gabbie Perez was elected as the new University Student Government (USG) President last August 6, and officially took office at the start of this academic year. As USG President, Perez is now responsible for leading the USG Executive Board, heading the Office of the President, and…


Trillanes arrest, minimum age of criminal liability, inquiry on Judiciary tackled in LA session
Straight News // October 16, 2018

A Legislative Assembly (LA) session was held last October 15 to revisit the open letter protesting Senator Antonio Trillanes’ unjust arrest, to call for a manifesto on the lowering of the age of criminal responsibility from 15 years old to 12 years old, and to call for an inquiry on the University Student Government (USG)…


Of the rainbow: A celebration of Pride
News Feature // June 27, 2018

On June 1969, an old gay club in New York City, Stonewall Inn, was raided by policemen. The raid was met with violence and protests from the drag queens and customers of the establishment, all of whom were part of the LGBTQ+ community. This event is unofficially known as the first recorded demonstration of homosexual…


Lessons Learned: Behind the EDSA Commemoration Week 2018
News Feature // June 11, 2018

In commemoration of the People Power Revolution that ousted the Marcos dictatorship, the USG organized EDSA Commemoration Week 2018 last February 26 to 30. The initiative was a three-part event that consisted of Ghosts of Martial Law, Human Library: Gunita, and the EDSA Commemorative Museum. It was organized by the Office of the President (OPRES)…


Pushing for sustainable development: Community-centered conservation as a multi-stakeholder approach
Straight News // May 22, 2018

Representatives from civil society organizations convened at the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Civil Society Plasa during the 51st ADB Annual Meeting to talk about community-centered conservation as a multi-stakeholder approach to sustainable development. The panelists discussed a diverse set of projects and initiatives ongoing in their different organizations which include forestry and coal management, grants…