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Dana Uson
Accounting and Biology programs undergo AUN assessment
News Feature // November 18, 2014

Following last year’s assessment of four of De La Salle University’s (DLSU) undergraduate programs, the BS Biology and BS Accountancy programs underwent the 33rd ASEAN University Network Quality Assessment (AUN-QA) at Programme Level last November 10 to 12. The two departments have been preparing for their respective accreditations since the start of the academic year….

An interview with US Ambassador Philip Goldberg
The LaSallian Exclusive // July 12, 2014

The current Ambassador of the United States to the Philippines Philip Goldberg was sworn in last November, 2013. Since then, Goldberg has picked up from where former Ambassador Harry Thomas, Jr. took off, and a number of notable events have already taken place such as the signing of the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement.

COMELEC, political parties gear up for FE
Straight News //

Midway through the current term, the traditional rivalry of political parties will again be put to play this academic year when they go head to head for seats in the University Student Government during the Freshmen Election.

Hazing charges filed against ROTC corps commander, COCC program suspended
News Feature // July 6, 2014

The Cadet Officer Candidate Course (COCC) program of the University’s Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) unit has been temporarily suspended for the rest of the term while the Student Discipline Formation Office (SDFO) investigates accounts of hazing within the unit.

US ambassador visits DLSU, discusses US-PH relations
Straight News // June 30, 2014

  United States Ambassador to the Philippines Philip S. Goldberg visited De La Salle University on June 30, 2014 for a town hall-style form entitled ‘Defining 21st Century Philippine-United States Relations’ held at the Fifth-floor Multipurpose Hall, Henry Sy Sr. Hall. The discussion focused on the relationship of the two countries and the multiple endeavors…

DLSU to hold earthquake, tsunami drills
Straight News //

In compliance with Manila City Government initiatives, DLSU will hold two earthquake drills this coming Wednesday, July 2, 2014, at 9:30 am and 1:30 pm. The Local Government of Manila, particularly the Manila Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, organized the earthquake drills in response to the 5.7 magnitude earthquake that struck off the coast…

Prepared for anything: DLSU braces for storms, floods and extended hot days
News Feature // June 10, 2014

Year after year, the De La Salle University’s Manila campus and nearby areas are plagued by flooding caused by storms and heavy downpours, with water sometimes rising to thigh-level along Taft Avenue. The Science and Technology Complex (STC) and Makati campus are also fraught with the same scenarios at the onset of the wet season….

Fight or flight
25 Cents' Worth // May 27, 2014

There is something wrong with immersions. It is difficult to point out what exactly it is – it could be from the preconceived goals it sets out, or from the execution, or from the follow through (or lack thereof), or perhaps it stems from somewhere else.

Fil-Oil Preview: DLSU to open preseason tourney in ‘Group of Death’
Sports News // April 24, 2014

As the temperature around the city heats up, so too does the basketball scene in Metro Manila as the Fil-Oil Flying V Preseason Tournament kicks off. With a little more than four months having gone by since the DLSU Green Archers clinched the PCCL Championship, expect the squad to be rusty, but carrying at the same time their newfound championship experience in their buildup for UAAP Season 77.

LAs approve six resolutions in second to last session
Straight News // March 28, 2014

After a two-week lull to give way for the General Elections (GE), the Legislative Assembly (LA) resumed session today, March 28, 2014. A total of seven resolutions were presented and discussed with six ultimately being approved, including one on the re-election of the FAST2011 LA Representative and another on the resignation of one of Judiciary’s…