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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…


Research assistantship in DLSU: A look at CCS’ COMET
by Mikhaela Felix and Ian Benedict Mia
News Feature // November 20, 2017

As a learner-centered research University, DLSU has undergone several efforts in improving its research productivity for the past years. Last 2014 and 2015, DLSU was cited by the Scopus Elsevier database as the most productive research institution in the Philippines with over 1,780 research papers published and 12,203 citations gained as of March 2016. Part…


No money, no problem: ACG, USG highlight thesis grant, loan program
by Ian Benedict Mia, Johanna Ellice Tantoco and Maxine Ferrer
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There are a handful of financial services in DLSU that undergraduate students can avail of to shoulder their expenses for thesis-making. These expenses do not usually come cheap; a case in point is a May 2017 article by The LaSallian which shows that majority of the respondents spend approximately P4,000 and above for theses and…


Looking into the University’s Health Services Office
by Isabel Cañaveral, Ramon Castañeda and Cristina Francia
News Feature // November 13, 2017

In providing the Lasallian community with quality medical services, the Health Services Office (HSO), one of the offices under the Office of the Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Services (OAVCCS), ensures the wellness of the University’s constituents by setting standards for their office. Through interview, The LaSallian looks into the regular operations and their office’s system…


New learning facilities affirmed by Roleda, Calleja
by Yasmin Cariño, Cristina Francia and Vivean Pallera
News Feature // November 11, 2017

Last academic year, various campus development plans were slated in response to the lean years, which will result in the lack of facilities that will accommodate incoming students during the transition of the University to the K-12 system. In addition, the need for space was reinforced due to the influx of various student activities, organizations,…


USG issues statement on the proposal to move U Break
by Patrick Quintero
News Feature Statement // November 1, 2017

ERRATUM: USG President Mikee De Vega brought into our attention an error in the original statement the USG released earlier this week. Number 3 of the proposal’s policies should have read: “Classes will end at 2:15 on Mondays. On Fridays, on the other hand, classes will end at 4:00,” rather than “Classes will end at…


Looking into student org accreditation
by Blaise Cruz
News Feature // October 25, 2017

Last September, the Council of Student Organizations (CSO) and its allied student bodies held the Annual Recruitment Week (ARW). Setting up booths around campus, various student groups recruited new members into their teams and committees. Joining the ranks of CSO organizations who recruited members this year are the De La Salle Model United Nations Society…


On DLSU-PUSA’s plans and developments
by Cristina Francia, Kheem Gines and Johanna Ellice Tantoco
News Feature // October 22, 2017

The De La Salle University-Professors for the Upliftment of Society’s Animals (DLSU-PUSA) is an organization composed of students and professors who share the same interest towards the protection of animals. The organization composes of five core members from the College of Liberal Arts (CLA), namely Miss Laureen Velasco and Dr. Jeane Peracullo from the Philosophy…


OTREAS launches 50/50 tuition installment scheme
by Rebekah Navarro and Danielle Aglubat
News Feature // October 20, 2017

In fulfillment of the University’s mission to provide more opportunities to the underprivileged and the marginalized, the University Student Government’s (USG) Office of the Executive Treasurer (OTREAS) recently launched the 50/50 tuition instalment scheme. Spearheaded by former USG Executive Treasurer Brian Chen, the project gives students the option to pay their tuition and fees with…


A look at the programs and services hosted by the OCCS
by Eliza Santos, Ramon Castañeda and Josemaria Rustia
News Feature // October 16, 2017

The Office of Counseling and Career Services (OCCS), currently on its sixth year of conducting annual caravans every September to address the issue of mental health, is at its peak, and is proclaimed more successful than ever by its director, Dr. Aimee Guarino. Worldwide, September is celebrated as the Suicide Prevention Month, while September 10…