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Josemaria Rustia
Tracking the best and brightest of DLSU
News Feature // November 18, 2014

  Out of the approximately 50,000 takers of the annual DLSU College Admission Test (DCAT), the top 100 scorers are offered an opportunity to be a recipient of one of the most prestigious and generous scholarships in the country — The Star Scholarship. After a series of interviews facilitated by top University administrators, the top…

Br. Dennis leads DLSU during transition year
Ten Questions // September 16, 2014

Last August 25 marked the beginning of a new era at De La Salle University (DLSU). Former DLSU President and Chancellor Br. Ricky Laguda FSC left the University after his appointment as the Asia Pacific Region Head for the General Council of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. In his place, Br….

Bridging individual differences and the generation gap: Who is an effective professor?
News Feature //

Students and professors have always had an interesting relationship.

University sector representatives conduct institutional reflection
Straight News // August 24, 2014

As an avenue to voice out resolutions on the Lasallian Mission and Ministry, various sectors and stakeholders of the University held an Institutional Reflection last August 19 at the 4th Floor Multipurpose Room of the Henry Sy, Sr. Hall. This event was held in preparation for the regional reflection – which includes Lasallian schools from…

What now?: Issues not addressed in PNoy’s 5th SONA
National Situationer // August 6, 2014

After giving out his fifth State of the Nation Address (SONA) last July 28 at the Batasang Pambansa in the Batasan Complex, Quezon City, critics are still going after President Benigno S. Aquino III (PNoy) for not mentioning issues such as the Freedom of Information (FOI) Bill, the upcoming Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)…

Change of college gov’t names discussed, Students’ Charter amendments passed
Straight News // July 29, 2014

The University Student Government (USG) Legislative Assembly (LA) conducted their weekly session on July 25 and discussed a total of eleven resolutions. The session also marked the final day for deliberating proposals for the student handbook revisions.   Changes in USG operations, Student’s Charter   The LA opened their session by discussing resolutions pertaining to…

CLA, #abolishpork hold forum to discuss DAP, other pork barrel issues
Straight News // July 12, 2014

The College of Liberal Arts (CLA), in cooperation with the #abolishpork movement, held an open forum last July 11 at the William Shaw Little Theater, to discuss the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP), pork barrel funds, and other governance issues, especially on accountability. The opening remarks were led by CLA Vice Dean Dr. Rhoderick Nuncio and Mo….