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Learning on trial

Students and educators have toiled under the online learning setup for more than a year now, and it is beginning to look as if authorities have completely turned their backs on going back to fully face-to-face classes. The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) recently announced a “flexible learning” scheme, a policy which will allow Higher…

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PRESS RELEASE: Tomo XXXVII Blg. 1

Look back at the canvas of memory and uncover each layer of color that makes us who we are in Malate Literary Folio’s Tomo XXXVII Blg. 1. Malate Literary Folio, the official literary and visual arts publication of De La Salle University, has launched its first folio for the year last May 22, 2021: Tomo…

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PRESS RELEASE: The Show Goes on With Frosh Welcoming 2021—Frosh In the Limelight!

It is without a doubt that mixed feelings will arise upon entering college. It is a terrifying experience for most, while it is exciting for the rest. Especially now that the COVID-19 pandemic has inevitably created common themes of uncertainty, self-doubt, and instability, particularly for freshmen students who are heading off for their first year…

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PRESS RELEASE: Separated by Distance, Connected through Music: LYO’s Quaran-TUNES

As the months progress and uncertainty for the future grows,  we are once again faced with the overwhelming task of living in an uncertain world. Experiencing a tremendous amount of stress, unfortunately, has become a norm. In the past, we have clung to our hobbies and our companions as a means to cope and live.…

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All for show

On World Press Freedom Day last May 3, President Rodrigo Duterte, in his message celebrating the occasion, stressed the importance of having a “free and responsible press” that “must be protected from all forms of threat and intimidation so that they may fully serve the best interest of the people.” The statement did not sit…

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Waiting game

On March 8, 2020, the Philippines braced for COVID-19—a then-looming threat—after President Rodrigo Duterte placed the country under a state of a public health emergency, an arguably delayed response to an already fast-spreading virus. In the days that followed, the country buckled in for widespread lockdowns, hoping that the pandemic would perhaps tide over in…

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7th DLSMUN pioneers panel discussion series, virtual international conference

The De La Salle Model United Nations (DLSMUN) welcomed the year with its seventh installment of the conference in spite of the quarantine and distance learning setup. This year, the 7th DLSMUN, with the theme “Utilizing Multidisciplinary Mediums towards Global Cooperation in the Post-pandemic Society,” pioneered their virtual and international conference with over 300 delegates…

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PRESS RELEASE: Dapithapon

Spend your evening with songs that will bring you solace with De La Salle Innersoul’s Dapithapon this coming April! De La Salle Innersoul, the premier vocal group of De La Salle University, will be staging its very first online concert, entitled Dapithapon, in celebration of its 24th anniversary, which will be privately streamed via Youtube…

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PRESS RELEASE: Philippine universities get ready to face off at first-ever virtual EU Whiz—Filipino Youth of the FEUture

Colleges and universities across the Philippines are set to gear up for the much-anticipated EU Whiz: Filipino Youth of the FEUture—an annual inter-collegiate competition spearheaded by the Delegation of the European Union (EU) to the Philippines Since 2006, the EU Whiz has been a fun and exciting way for Filipino students to showcase their knowledge…

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The real clowns

A fascist, a misogynist, and a murderer walks into a bar, and the barkeep says, “Tatay Digong! Would you like your usual drink?”  While this classic joke format has seen countless variations throughout the decades, it probably still will not get as old and tired as the circus show our government has been putting on…