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Head to Head: Roxy Lucena, Rannah Sy competing for top GCOE post

Seasoned members of the Engineering College Government (ECG) Roxy Lucena from Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista (Tapat) and independent candidate Rannah Sy from the Lasallian Engineers for Advocacy and Dynamic Service (LEAD) coalition weigh in on different issues concerning the Gokongwei College of Engineering (GCOE) as they vie for the role of college assembly president. The…

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Looking at the past in its present tense

Old newspapers are not always the go-to for historians, but journalists insist on the value of seeing the past from when it was “happening now”.

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Menagerie

Indigenous communities still battle with archival silences

Indigenous people often contend with being silenced. In the archiving field, they deserve to be known for the entirety of their culture.

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University

Going through the hurdles of alternative family building

Options for Filipinos to build modern families are gradually increasing, but more policy attention is needed to make these options convenient.

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University

Journalism in the present, giving voice to the voiceless discussed in ‘BayLayn 2022’

Journalism has evolved from merely asking questions and reporting facts to also including deep analysis and fighting fake news. In their talk for Ang Pahayagang Plaridel’s Para Sa Bayan at Lasalyano (BayLayn) 2022 held last June 18 on Zoom and Facebook Live, renowned journalists shed light on what journalism really is. Meanwhile, community workers shared…

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University

USG holds panel discussions on DLSU reopening

The University administration, in partnership with the University Student Government (USG), held Student Development Goals: F2F is Real last Friday, April 1, to discuss current plans and guidelines for face-to-face classes. A panel discussion and an open forum also commenced, shedding light on different perspectives concerned with the implementation of plans to return to in-person…

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Sectoral issues probed at The Rundown 2022

Nineteen senatorial candidates laid down their platforms and views on key issues during The Rundown 2022, the official youth-oriented senate election forum of the Commission on Elections, last Saturday, March 12. The event aimed to help young Filipino voters discern which senatorial candidates they should vote for in the upcoming May 9 National and Local…

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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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USG Activities Assembly finalizes officers, AA manual

As the DLSU University Student Government (USG) Activities Assembly (AA) held their first official meeting last December 10 via Zoom, the individual departments elected their respective officers. Along with this, Vice President for External Affairs Lara Jomalesa presented the assembly’s official outline for the proposed youth voter agenda and the AA manual that was tackled…