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The blame game

Government response to the COVID-19 pandemic has raised many questions around the competence of the country’s leaders. It seems that more focus was given to silencing critics instead of the real and more pressing issue: deterring the further spread of the virus. Some critics of the administration have once again questioned how these officials were…

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UAAP: Green Booters surmount deficit against Soaring Falcons, claim 2-1 win

The DLSU Green Booters recorded their first win in UAAP Season 82 at the expense of the AdU Soaring Falcons, 2-1, earlier today at the Rizal Memorial Football Stadium. After trailing at halftime, goals from rookie Isaac Anoh and sophomore Mikio Umilin allowed the Green-and-White to emerge as the victors and claim three points. Slow…

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UAAP: New faces expected to shine as Green Batters aim for back-to-back title

After a grueling three-game Finals series against archrivals Ateneo, the DLSU Green Batters regained supremacy and captured the UAAP Season 81 baseball championship. It was a marvelous moment for the whole team, as the Lasallian community hollered their all-out support. However, this victorious feeling is not one that can last forever—whether ending in triumph or…

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Challenging oneself

As a pretty average student entering college, I didn’t really expect to be where I am at right now. Starting out as a Legal Management student, all I wanted was to breeze through this phase of my life and go wherever life takes me after. But certain opportunities and perspective-changing decisions steered me into a…

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UAAP: Lady Woodpushers settle for second, Green Woodpushers improve standing

As the UAAP Season 82 Chess Tournament came to a close last Sunday, October 27, at the UST Quadricentennial Pavilion, the DLSU Lady Woodpushers failed to defend their crown as they settled for a silver medal finish with 38.5 points, behind the FEU Lady Tamaraws, who garnered 40 points.  On the other hand, the Green…

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UAAP: Green Archers grind out win against Growling Tigers, 80-79

The DLSU Green Archers dug deep to overcome the UST Growling Tigers in a back-and-forth affair, 80-79, earlier today at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. With the win, the Green-and-White improves their bid for a Final Four berth, now sporting a 6-6 win-loss record. Green Archer Jamie Malonzo led all players in scoring as he posted…

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A coach’s burden and blessing: Reforming La Salle basketball

Many different faces have led the DLSU Green Archers from the sidelines in the past couple of seasons. The Taft-based squad is now being mentored by their third head coach in over three years, with Gian Nazario stepping up to take on the position this UAAP Season 82. Joined by Jermaine Byrd leading the way…

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UAAP: Green Archers get back in stride, defeat Soaring Falcons, 68-61

Earlier today at the Ynares Center in Antipolo City, the DLSU Green Archers found themselves back in the win column after they defeated the AdU Soaring Falcons, 68-61. With the win, the Green-and-White now sports a 2-3 card. Head coach Gian Nazario shared what it was like going into the game today with a 1-3…

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UAAP: Lady Woodpushers eye possible three-peat, Green Woodpushers aim for comeback

Last season, the DLSU Woodpushers finished with contrasting results. The Lady Woodpushers were able to defend their title and achieve back-to-back championships for the Green-and-White, while the Green Woodpushers failed to make it onto the podium, ending their season at eighth place.  With the new season already underway, The LaSallian sat down with Green Woodpushers…

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UAAP: Missed opportunities condemn Green Archers, yield to Tamaraws, 66-55

Earlier today at the Mall of Asia Arena, the DLSU Green Archers were handed their second consecutive loss by the FEU Tamaraws, 66-55. La Salle now holds a 1-3 slate, while FEU evens their card to 2-2.  Pat Tchuente led the Tamaraws with 19 points and 11 rebounds, shooting 81.82 percent from the field. Wendell…