Being seasoned officers in CLA, Tapat’s Kyzer Campos and Santugon’s Angel Reyes acknowledge the gaps they would need to bridge in their college.
Vying for CCS presidency, Tapat’s Hannah Cosing and Santugon’s Jex Corpuz want a more represented and connected college.
The cancellation of the 2023 General Elections sparked intense debates, revealing procedural lapses and miscommunications that led to the controversial decision.
With distortion and short-form content continuing to change the way people digest news, print media withstands the test of time as a comprehensible view of our truth.
The USG, CoNIC, and LS4HRD launched initiatives calling for justice and accountability in commemoration of the 51st year since the declaration of Martial Law.
A public hearing on the University’s inclusivity toward Lasallian PWDs was held by the Legislative Assembly to help craft the recently approved Disability Inclusion Bill.
During the tenth Legislative Assembly session (LA) last August 16, the tentative start for the Special Elections (SE) 2023, a carryover from the previously postponed polls, was set for the fourth week of Term 1 AY 2023-2024. The assembly also passed the Legislative Procedures Act—responding to an Ombudsman-flagged attempt to probe the postponement—and a disability…
Filipino heroes were remembered and honored by professors Xiao Chua and Atty. Erin Tañada to instill nationalism in Independence Day Commemoration.
A spree of festivities that celebrated University milestones and Lasallian talent glimmered during this year’s University Vision-Mission Week with the theme “Kislap: Liwanag sa Bukang Liwayway”.
The Legislative Assembly established the USG Ethnic Diversity Council to expand representation and amended the Tatak Animo mandate to add non-compliance laws.