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For Your Information: Provost explains new remarks in course offerings

Unfamiliar remarks, namely the pure asynchronous, predominantly online, and predominantly in-person learning, have caught the attention of Lasallians during the enlistment for Term 3 AY 2023-2024. Provost Dr. Robert Roleda, in an interview with The LaSallian, explains that these additions clarify the implementation of learning modalities and explore alternative ways of learning. New names The…

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Head On: Macie Tarnate vows to ‘highlight empowerment’, open opportunities in OVPEA

OVPEA lone candidate Macie Tarnate from Santugon aspires to empower Lasallians by amplifying their voices and linking them to external opportunities.

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DLSU locally hosted, online systems down after cybersecurity incident

DLSU fell prey to a data security incident that compromised several of its locally hosted applications and online systems.

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Lasallians immortalize voices of Filipino activism in 51st Martial Law anniversary commemoration

The USG, CoNIC, and LS4HRD launched initiatives calling for justice and accountability in commemoration of the 51st year since the declaration of Martial Law.

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LA forms ethnic diversity council, amends compliance rules for Tatak Animo

The Legislative Assembly established the USG Ethnic Diversity Council to expand representation and amended the Tatak Animo mandate to add non-compliance laws.

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USG leads #AyokongMagMahal against TFI as MSCCTF wraps up discussions

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…

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After overcoming deficits, DLSU to make hybrid learning long-term

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.