The USG finds themselves at the helm of informing, protecting, and empowering the Lasallian community amid socio-political matters faced by the country.
Current Laguna Campus Student Government (LCSG) Secretary Angel Lopez of Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista shares her motivations to run for campus president, and how her past experiences of being part of the LCSG equipped her with knowledge to “create platforms and a vision” to serve the Laguna campus students better. The LaSallian: Given your past…
In the 12th special session of the Legislative Assembly (LA) held last Wednesday, October 26, three vacant positions in the University Student Government’s Executive Board were filled in with new appointees. USG veeps for internal, external affairs get appointees Lara Jomalesa has resigned as the vice president for external affairs, citing personal reasons. She was…
The Office of the Provost works with the USG to ensure that Lasallians are given the warmest and safest “homecoming”.
Upholding the LGBTQ+’s basic rights requires ensuring that an entire generation has a better understanding of SOGIE.
The catchy tunes and lyrics that make up a campaign jingle are politicians’ technique to be memorable amid campaigns.
Divorce is heavily misconceived to be only a way out of marriage, disregarding other factors such as familial ties.
The Duterte admin has amassed numerous human rights violations under its belt, prompting investigations even from organization abroad.
The Philippines currently has the lowest age of consent in Southeast Asia—but now, this could change.
As Escoto assumes the USG presidency, she shares her plans on policies that aim to empower students.