News Feature
Changes and developments in Animo BIZ since 2013
by Alex Kaluag, Samantha Cenizal and Ian Benedict Mia
News Feature // February 4, 2017

The Animo Business Innovation Zone (BIZ) was established in July 2013 as an avenue for student entrepreneurs to test out their business ideas in one of the six pods located at the Br. Bloemen Hall. In the past three and a half years, the student enterprises, all of which have been food enterprises so far,…

DLSU comfort room wins second place in Maynilad’s first Golden Kubeta Awards
by Ian Benedict Mia
News Feature // January 28, 2017

Give that toilet a medal. Last January 27, 2017, the first floor males’ comfort room of the St. Miguel Hall in De La Salle University won second place in the Golden Kubeta Awards held at the SM Mall of Asia Music Hall. The event consisted of 12 finalists, and the overall winner was the Petron…

OCCS on looking after the Lasallian community’s mental health
by Mikhaela Felix, Kheem Gines and Ian Benedict Mia
News Feature // January 9, 2017

  Recent events have called for a stronger attention on the services being offered by the Office of Counseling and Career Services (OCCS). For the past years, the office has welcomed various members of the Lasallian community for counseling sessions and psychological testing. Aside from the current mechanisms in place to address mental health issues,…

Examining the hiring process, issues with the new professors
by Alex Kaluag
News Feature // January 7, 2017

Every year, the University welcomes new faculty members into the Lasallian community. Professors aim to impart knowledge and values onto students and ensure their growth in their chosen fields. During the first week of classes, however, some classes experience a shuffling of professors as well as a number of free cuts that could last for…

Challenges and tips according to DLSU alumni
by Johanna Ellice Tantoco, Eunice De Castro and Ian Benedict Mia
News Feature // January 6, 2017

According to a World Bank study published in June 2016, greater investments in workers’ skills and education and more flexible labor regulations are needed in order to encourage firms to generate more jobs with better pay and social protection. The study analyzed the labor performance of the Philippines from the perspective of the workers. In…

Looking into Sakai: DLSU’s learning management system
by Rebekah Navarro and Blaise Cruz
News Feature // January 3, 2017

With the widespread use of social media and advancements in networking technologies, it is no surprise that modern educators have resorted to the internet to supplement their teaching methods. Technologies such as Google Classroom, Instructure Canvas, and Edmodo have risen to supply teachers with online tools to meet their class, distribute course materials, and grade…

Lasallians take a stand against Marcos burial at LNMB
by Jill Chua, Yasmin Cariño, Rebekah Navarro and Vivean Pallera
News Feature // December 22, 2016

The University has been vocal about its objection to the burial of former president turned dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB). Adorning the pillars of the St. La Salle Hall in black cloth and organizing protests have been among the actions taken by the University and De La Salle Philippines (DLSP)…

Different jersey, same goal for former LSGH standouts
by Brent Guiao and Danielle Erika Capule
News Feature Sports Feature // December 3, 2016

While La Salle Green Hills (LSGH) is not currently DLSU’s direct high school affiliate, as that title belongs to De La Salle-Zobel, the school on Ortigas Avenue has been a constant source of talent for the Green Archers. Two former Green Archers from LSGH are not in this year’s team, as Robert Bolick has since…

NLCC courses to be primed this academic year
by Yasmin Cariño and Dab Castañeda
News Feature // November 28, 2016

The New Lasallian Core Curriculum (NLCC), which is set for full implementation by academic year (AY) 2018-2019, is the University’s variant of the new General Education Curriculum (GEC) required by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). The new GEC was formed in line with the K-12 program. The framework committee served as the implementing body…

A look into DLSU’s community engagement projects
by Divine Grace Garcia, Johanna Ellice Tantoco and Ian Benedict Mia
News Feature // November 26, 2016

Community engagement (CE) will be among the top priorities of the University this academic year as mentioned recently by DLSU President Br. Raymundo Suplido FSC during the University General Assembly. As part of the Lasallian Mission, CE has been integrated into the University’s curriculum ever since. Through the years DLSU has involved itself in various…