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DLSU Eco Car Team launches Bumakaya, Imakadiwa
by Rebekah Navarro
News Feature // January 30, 2018

In fulfillment of the University’s commitment to building a community of leaders, scholars, and researchers that actively participate in improving the quality of life in Philippine society within the perspective of Christian ideals and values, the DLSU Eco Car Team once again unveiled its new set of cars that it will present in the Shell…


Looking into DLSU professors and ranks
by Roselin Manawis
News Feature // January 13, 2018

Teachers play an instrumental role in every student’s life. A student is guided by different teachers specializing in various fields, all throughout their life. In De La Salle University, teachers can be seen both in and out of the classroom walls. Some interact in a friendly manner with their students, but not all professors are…


Unraveling DLSU’s new waste management plan
by Cristina Francia and Vivean Pallera
News Feature // January 6, 2018

As of March 2017, the Campus Sustainability Office (CSO) has implemented the Laboratory Hazardous Wastes Management Plan, following a series of screenings and consultations for the application of a standardized waste disposal protocol. Since his appointing as the University Pollution Control Officer, Myklim Casibang has aimed to create a plan that seeks to provide a…


DLSU freshman intake to normalize in 2018 as lean years come to an end
by Cristina Francia and Josemaria Rustia
News Feature //

One of the major effects the K to 12 system had on the University was the reduction of freshman applicants starting AY 2016-2017, leading to the so-called “lean years”. During lean years, the student population is lower than the usual number due to the addition of levels in high schools around the Philippines. Although the…


Student Government Allowance: A USG initiative
by Danielle Aglubat
News Feature // December 29, 2017

Committed to its mission in providing opportunities for Lasallians from all walks of life, the University continues to administer aid and financial assistance to needing but competent students in both the undergraduate and the graduate levels. Various scholarship grants, tuition discounts, and student loans are offered by the Office of the Admissions and Scholarships (OAS)…


Former Lasallite Japanese massacre survivor recounts moment of terror
by Rebekah Navarro and Cristina Francia
News Feature // December 28, 2017

After remaining silent for over 70 years, a former Lasallite speaks up on his grievous experience during the massacre that happened in the Most Blessed Sacrament (MBS) chapel at the hands of the Japanese army. In an interview with The LaSallian, Fernando Vasquez-Prado, who graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 1961 from…


DLSU continues to excel in research productivity, edges out Top 100-ranked ASEAN counterparts
by Isabel Canaveral, Maxine Ferrer and Johanna Ellice Tantoco
News Feature // December 27, 2017

In the 2018 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Asian Universities Ranking, De La Salle University (DLSU) saw an increase in placement from 143rd in 2017 to 134th overall. Though the nine-place improvement still leaves the University out of the Top 100 list, DLSU continued to demonstrate higher research productivity in comparison to several of its ASEAN university…


On org accreditation within CSO
by Johanna Ellice Tantoco, Rebekah Navarro and Josemaria Rustia
News Feature // November 27, 2017

Since 1974, the Council of Student Organizations (CSO) has dedicated itself to providing student services to the University through the activities of accredited professional student organizations. Branded as the governing body handling 40 student organizations, the CSO has continuously been producing model student leaders dedicated to serving the Lasallian community through lobbying efficient student services…


On entrepreneurship and the University’s startup scene
by Roselin Manawis, Vivean Pallera and Eliza Santos
News Feature // November 25, 2017

Entrepreneurship is defined as the capacity to develop and create, develop, and organize a business to gain a profit. Following the events of the war starting 1945, scarcity was evident in a global scale. Due to this, the “Baby Boomers” generation believed that having more meant more success. This introduced the traditional ideology that businesses…


Addressing professor scarcity
by Danielle Aglubat, Blaise Cruz and Eliza Santos
News Feature // November 23, 2017

As enlistment season comes around the corner, students will once again face the problem of shortage in classes. This problem affects their time in the University, as it potentially delays them, especially if the limited class is a major subject. While this is a problem for students, it is also a headache for departments that…