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United we (should) stand

In order to prevent the likes of what happened 50 years ago, we—candidates and supporters alike—must band together, all for the sake of this country.

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University

Some profs ‘hesitant’ to move deadlines even with admin order, students say

When the University administration announces the suspension of the submission of academic requirements, students should be able to expect that their deadlines will be moved. But in a few cases, some professors have failed to follow the order, according to their students. Most recently, during the two-week-long health break last January, a Help Desk Announcement…

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Commentary: Moving past academic breaks is key for long-term education recovery

Tough times call for drastic measures, not merely short-term and band-aid solutions.

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Seeking to address complaints, DAAM refines processes and communication with USG units

In response to USG units and organizations’ concerns with their processes, DAAM settles the score regarding their processes.

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University

Remembering the Maguindanao massacre, media reps hold webinar on press freedom in PHL

Last November 22, DAKILA presented Speaking Truth to Power: The Future of Press Freedom in the Philippines. Through DAKILA’s Active Vista Center, in partnership with Rappler, Asian Center for Journalism (ACJ) at Ateneo and in support of the Embassy of the Netherlands in the Philippines, the forum commenced via Facebook Live and Zoom in commemoration…

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University

Are students overworked? VCA clarifies University workload policy

A Help Desk Announcement from April 27 of last year announced that one academic unit is equivalent to 2.5 hours of workload, while a three-unit course takes up 7.5 hours of synchronous and asynchronous activities per week. Previously, Vice Chancellor for Academics Dr. Robert Roleda explained that this will prevent overworking students and consider the…

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No room for error

Just how inefficient was the recently concluded voter’s registration process for the 2022 national elections?

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University

Internal, external youth orgs share DLSU-involved plans for 2022 elections

As we near May, the importance of the impending national elections is becoming more widely recognized. Even within the Lasallian community, the would-be involvement of various sectors in the 2022 elections was earlier measured in the DLSU Survey on Voter Intention that received 1,247 responses from May to July.  By the end of September, the…

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University

University, DLSU-PUSO achievements highlighted in GA

Members of the De La Salle University-Parents of University Students Organization (DLSU-PUSO) convened on Saturday, November 6, via Zoom for their Annual General Assembly to present the Board’s accomplishment report, as well as to conduct the elections for the new Board of Trustees. Meanwhile, University President and Chancellor Br. Bernard Oca FSC introduced DLSU’s strategic…

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Moving from a Duterte presidency may prove ‘difficult’ for 1Sambayan

Although the united opposition seeks to overpower administration bets in the upcoming national elections, their seemingly lack of concrete plans and platforms needs a discussion.