Tapat’s Michelle Engbino and Santugon’s Josene Gonzales contend for BCG presidency as they envision a more engaged and equipped RVRCOB.
Beyond being a student services arm, college and batch governments seek to spark more change by being less buried in paperwork and more involved in making bigger decisions.
The University is yet to explain why it froze dress code enforcement since in-person classes returned. While some students are concerned, it is a welcome change to many.
He topped the bar exams, brought down the Japanese during the war, ushered an era of prosperity the Philippines has never seen—this is Apo Lakay writing history for himself.
After two years of being confined to the virtual world, the Lasallian Personal Effectiveness Program (LPEP) finally made its return to the physical grounds of DLSU. From August 25 to September 2, a total of 5,606 freshmen were welcomed by upperclassmen, faculty, and staff as they were taken on tours around the campus by the…
After a flood of student concerns on in-person Commencement Exercises, actual plans are now finally in motion.
If corporations continue using Pride for marketing, they should internalize that the occasion is a protest, not just another party.
The Office of the Provost works with the USG to ensure that Lasallians are given the warmest and safest “homecoming”.
Lasallians weigh in on the commmunity’s electoral bets and voting practices, and share factors that motivated them to be more outspoken.
Cryptocurrency is a technology that has experienced an upward trend due to the popularity of tokens such as monkeys with different features and play-to-earn games. While several crypto investors have promoted this technology as another alternative to earn money during the online setup, there are still issues surrounding the technology, prompting crypto operations to receive…