With a capacity of 55,000 seats, Tokyo Dome has hosted many of the world’s biggest talents, including BTS, Beyoncé, and the Rolling Stones. Ascending its stage is considered the pinnacle of success for an artist—a feat only top-drawer acts have achieved. Last February 26, it became the venue of the most anticipated ice show in…
Picture a flower unfolding with a rumble against the night sky. Glittering greens, brilliant blues, and riveting reds—nothing screams “celebration” like fireworks. Worldwide, these spectacular explosions are a regular feature of national holidays, religious festivals, and the start of a new year. Powering these displays is a medley of chemicals that have been used and…
Christmas is universally known as the most wonderful time of the year. But after gifts are unwrapped and lights turned off, nature has to deal with a grueling aftermath.
Always need your daily caffeine fix? Last November 28 and 29, DLSU Chemistry Society held ‘Sup Brew, a two-day seminar and bazaar at the Cory Aquino Democratic Space (CADS). With talks from coffee experts, a walk-in bazaar, and coffee brewing demonstrations, the event aimed to showcase the various complexities of coffee to Lasallians. A total…
In the midst of food insecurity in numerous parts of the world, ready-to-use therapeutic food brings hope for malnourished people.
Technology is constantly finding new ways to bring convenience to life. Digital therapeutics are one example, allowing people to hold their therapists at the palm of their hands.
This discourse that implies that choosing STEM is like abandoning the arts is the real rot.
Grief is more than an emotion—it is a biological response and has physical effects one cannot simply get rid of.
Although primarily a pre-medicine and pre-veterinary course, BSAB also equips students with the necessary skills to pursue other jobs.
Whereas most LGBTQ+ issues have entered the public consciousness, asexual people are still fighting for their place in our largely sexual society.