Tales from the dead: Dissolved organizations
by Stephanie Tan and Jeanne Marie Cornista
Feature // October 21, 2014

Death is the only inevitable thing in this world. We live, we breathe, and at some point, we die. The same can be said for some of these organizations that once graced the halls of our campus. At its highest point, it may have brought out the best in students with the camaraderie that comes…

The darker moments in DLSU’s history
by Stephanie Pagdanganan and Nathaniel Sierras
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You may not realize it, but your footsteps fall on the same ground that those who were brutally massacred walked on. You may not think much of it, but the halls you pass by everyday are silent testimonies of a nation’s struggle to rebuild itself after a war that changed the world. You may not…

In the world of cosplay
by Francesca Militar
Feature // October 20, 2014

In this day and age, it’s not often that we get to escape the monotony of life. Day in and day out, we get up, go to school, study, and then go to bed. We then repeat the same process all over again the next day and the day after that. But sometimes, we get…

The Museum experience
by Cirilo Cariga and Keenan Jeffrey Artis
Feature // October 10, 2014

Located at the facade of the equally stunning Yuchengco Hall, The Museum houses a multitude of interesting artworks and odd creations, inviting you to the perfect abode to momentarily escape the pains of academic reality.

Top Picks: Ice Cream in Taft
by Michi Dimaano and Alex Diaz de Rivera
Feature // September 17, 2014

Intense heat is the norm in Manila, and just a short while out in the open can will make you feel like you’re being cooked alive. To fight this heat, there’s nothing more refreshing than ice cream, whether it’s sold on the streets or in a fancy restaurant. Our very own Taft Avenue is no…

Inside the Learning Commons
by Cody Cepeda and Belle Justiniani
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For us Lasallians, we are fortunate enough to have the Henry Sy, Sr. Hall to call our library, but there’s more to this building than meets the eye.

On the path to Brotherhood
by Francesca Militar and Stephanie Pagdanganan
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Oh brother! Let’s get this straight. They’re not priests. So what are they? They seem to be an esoteric mystery, these figures clad in white, often seen walking leisurely in the campus. But despite their friendly demeanor, most students keep a respectful distance from them, almost as if they fear that to lay their eyes…

Outdoor Club survival kit
by Jeanne Marie Cornista and Alexis Sobremonte
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If you’re an aspiring outdoorsman, or find yourself thinking of becoming one, a survival kit is something that shouldn’t be amiss. Knowing this, you should also keep in mind that you wouldn’t be set without packing specific tools in your survival kit. Lucky for you, we took note of some tips and tricks we’ve picked…

Taft Troopers: Board game night at Exile
by John Sarao
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Snakes and Ladders, Monopoly, Cluedo – these were the games we played growing up. But as school, the Internet, and television came along, somewhere along the way, most people stopped playing. In the meantime, the games evolved, new games emerged, and a few others kept to it. And recently in come places, tabletop games, as…

Film odyssey: Unconventional movie making
by Jose Felipe Montinola
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On April 25, 2014, the trailer for Richard Linklater’s American drama, Boyhood, was uploaded onto YouTube. In the 93 seconds that it played, the casual viewer only needed to see the first 22 to get pulled in. It was not explosions, rap music or a girl that would grab your attention but three lines of…