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PRESS RELEASE: Salindiwa: Donation Drive—Bridging Technological Gaps in Remote Learning

The education sector is one of the many sectors that has been, and still continues to be aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Online learning has been staunchly proposed to replace face-to-face classes, in the hopes of avoiding the spread of the disease within schools. However, it is not assured that every student is equipped with…

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In the trenches: The LaSallian special issue 2020

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PRESS RELEASE: DLSU Harlequin Theatre Guild Goes Unmute This Quarantine Period

In the midst of a pandemic, social issues might be brushed under the radar. DLSU Harlequin Theatre Guild, the premier theatre organization of De La Salle University-Manila, proudly presents “Unmute” – a digital performance with four stories. “Unmute” depicts glimpses of life under quarantine and its effects on prevalent social issues such as LGBTQ+, poverty,…

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PRESS RELEASE: IUF Talks Webcast—Witness the filmmaking experience

Indie Un-film Festival 2020 is the longest-running collegiate film festival in the Philippines. Spearheaded by the DLSU Green Media Group, this event continues to serve as a medium for creativity and growth. This year, we are moving forward during these trying times by reigniting the passion for filmmaking with ​ IUF Talks​ , a free…

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PRESS RELEASE: CLA 119 Week—Celebrating the CLA Pneuma Amidst The Pandemic

As the Frosh Experience slowly comes to an end, the doors to new experiences for ID 119 is gradually opening itself. In a month’s time, approximately 1,100 students of De La Salle University’s College of Liberal Arts (CLA) will progress in their academic careers as new sophomores. However, many students were left dismayed after the…

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Behind the numbers

When the Department of Health (DOH) disclosed last July 30 that it carried out a “mass recovery” adjustment, it gave the impression of a government papering over the many, many cracks caused by their refusal to deal with the crisis in an appropriate and immediate manner. The record-high amount of “recoveries” reported are meant to…

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PRESS RELEASE: Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista presents an online fundraising concert for various sectors affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

MANILA, PHILIPPINES — Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista, a political organization from De La Salle University, will be holding an event called Sibol: Pagsulong sa Pag-asa, a youth-led initiative that aims to raise funds and donations through an online concert gig that will showcase OPM bands and Lasallian students. The project also intends to shed light…

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PRESS RELEASE: Ningning

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has adversely affected the majority of the vulnerable sectors of our society, including the children with special needs, which has put a strain on their everyday lives. With that, many have initiated donation drives to reach out and help this sector in any way they can. Supporting and empowering…

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PRESS RELEASE: NASA, partners launch virtual hackathon to develop COVID-19 solutions

The U.S. space agency National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA), European Space Agency (ESA), and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) are inviting coders, entrepreneurs, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, artists, and technologists to participate in a virtual hackathon May 30-31 dedicated to putting open data to work in developing solutions to issues related to the COVID-19…

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Broadcast interrupted

Now more than ever, the public is in dire need of information.  With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing individuals and their families into a sense of seclusion, staying vigilant and aware of the developments across the nation has become a more grueling task. Yet it is through the eyes of media outlets that people can still…