The LaSallian sits down with Alex Brotonel as she enters a shortened presidency in the University Student Government with a handful of plans to promote safe spaces for students.
Author: Cammylle Beltran
The Legislative Assembly (LA) on Wednesday, February 2, voted on resignations and appointment bills by various batch executives. Batch executive officers, legislators resign The LA approved resignation bills from CATCH2T23 to CATCH2T25, whose officers cited personal and academic reasons. The resigning officers include CATCH2T23 Batch President Bryan Daniel Camarillo and Batch Vice President Eliana Louise…
Our future is uncertain
Education will always be one of the most important assets of a nation. But in a country with unequal access to education, it is high time to prioritize addressing these issues.
Through the union of the bygone past and current online methods, digitization champions a future that remembers.
Indigenous people often contend with being silenced. In the archiving field, they deserve to be known for the entirety of their culture.
How do archivists archive?
Filipino archivists divulge the intricacies of record preservation to protect, salvage, and immortalize historical memories.
Housing rates around Taft Ave. continue to rise as students find accommodations for face-to-face classes.
Women will never feel safe if the law could not protect them properly.
A self-identified whistleblower claims that OTREAS’ selection process for scholarships is biased toward students affiliated with the USG Treasurer’s political party.
Divorce is heavily misconceived to be only a way out of marriage, disregarding other factors such as familial ties.