Expanding opportunities is Tapat bet Sheri Rawash’s priority in ensuring a more future-ready COS.
New to the political scene, Nauj Agbayani takes on the challenge of fighting for better inclusion of the Laguna campus in pertinent matters.
Concerns over working under Manila-centric systems and with limited manpower continues to exist even a decade after the inception of the Laguna Campus Student Government.
Independent candidates have opened discussions on whether it is high time for a third option to challenge both Tapat and Santugon, but it is not all that simple.
Decline in voter turnout, controversies, and an increasing disconnect between student leaders and their constituents remains perpetual during University elections.
Student organizations saw a supposed decrease in priority enlistment slots, but the administration clarifies that this is just stricter implementation of existing policies.
DLSU fell prey to a data security incident that compromised several of its locally hosted applications and online systems.
Ang Pahayagang Plaridel (APP) highlighted the importance of traditional media and the youth’s role in truth-telling amid rampant disinformation in Para sa Bayan at Lasalyano (BayLayn) 2023 through a series of talks, workshops, and competitions for campus journalists across the country last March 25 at the Manila campus. Philippine Star news reporter Elijah Felice…
Over January and February, the University Student Government (USG) led focus group discussions, dispatched campaign materials on campus and online, and mobilized students in their #AyokongMagMahal campaign for a zero-percent tuition fee increase (TFI) in Academic Year 2023-2024. Despite these initiatives, USG President Alex Brotonel revealed in a town hall session last February 23 that…
Hybrid-learning was initially seen as a transitionary tool for returning to full in-person classes, but DLSU might have to embrace it to accommodate the influx in student numbers.