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The dangers around De La Salle
by Jessy Go
News Feature // November 5, 2010

Lasallians have too much fun every Thursday.
Last month’s issue of The Lasallian reported that brawls involving DLSU students often take place in the different drinking establishments around the University.


Explosion wounded at least 44 people during the last day of Bar exams September 27
by The LaSallian
Straight News // September 27, 2010

180 DEGREE TURN. What everyone anticipated to be a day of celebration turned into a day of tragedy. Around 5 this afternoon on the last day of the Bar exams (Sept. 26), an explosion wounded at least 44 people who were at the vicinity of the DLSU campus where the Bar exa…ms were being held….


New online grade viewing scheme, less problematic
by David Pagulayan
News Feature // September 15, 2010

Anxious freshmen waited for the NGS (No Grade Submitted) to turn into numbers on their My.LaSalle (MLS) accounts as the 8pm deadline for the teachers to submit the grades neared. The other undergraduates, however, were indifferent to the excitement of the younger batch. They know from experience that the MLS system would be flooded and…


DLSU grade hotline
by The LaSallian
Press Release //

DLSU has been constantly looking for ways to improve how student information is disseminated to all students. Two years ago, DLSU in partnership with Globe introduced the Animo Sim and the Globe hotline 2333 for University-related concerns. Students just need to type one of the several available keywords, like DO and EMERGENCY, and their ID…


Case Study: The Beach House carnap incident
by Juan Batalla
Straight News //

There is always the question of safety and security in drinking and smoking establishments around DLSU, especially in light of theft and similar crimes being committed in these premises. One of the more recent incidents is a carnapping case that happened, Aug. 19. The victim, Arnina San Pedro (III, MFI), recounts that she parked her…


First of three parts: The dangers around De La Salle
by Juan Batalla
News Feature //

It was reported in the July issue of The Lasallian that in most cases where DLSU students become the victims of crimes such as robbery and theft, the criminal is usually a third person not affiliated with the school; but in cases involving brawls, it is usually students against each other. These heinous incidents usually…


Beyond bureaucracy: Assessing the Sangguniang Kabataan
by Jan-Ace Mendoza
National Situationer //

After much controversy, the Filipinos will after all, elect their respective barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) leaders come Oct. Unlike the May national elections, this process will include those from the younger demographic, the Filipino youth. The youth, aged 15 to 17, will have the chance to elect officials, who would represent them in the…


A month after the election, FE disqualification disputes capped
by Christopher Chanco
Straight News //

After a long tug-of-war of disqualification and re-qualification, the outcome of the Freshmen Election (FE) has come to a close. Alyansang Tapat Sa Lasalista (Tapat) incurred a total of three major offenses, which caused the party’s disqualification during last month’s Freshmen Election (FE). Tapat appealed to the magistrates one of their two minor offenses and…


In Brief: LSDS hosts Asian schools debate for the last time
by The LaSallian
Straight News //

The La Salle Debate Society (LSDS), with its goal of spreading debating inside and outside DLSU, pioneered the Asian Schools Debate Championships last year. The first of its kind, ASDC is a debate tournament for high school students across Asia. ASDC was again held in DLSU this year with three Asian regions represented and over…


Lasallians top guidance counseling board exams
by The LaSallian
Straight News //

Six Lasallians placed in the top 10 of the August guidance counselor licensure examination. Lasallian Risalina Ubas placed first with a score of 87.05. Second in rank is Laramie Tolentino, scoring 86.50. Fourth placer Niko Gagolinan and tenth placer Rachel Ong scored 86.25 and 85.30, respectively. Liberty Ochavo and Cinderella Francisco, two other examinees from…