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Head On: OSEC Chief of Staff Marco San Juan eyes executive seat

Marco San Juan has served the student body as an appointed officer since 2019, holding multiple executive positions across his batch, his college, and the student government, as well as within his political party, Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista. Seasoned in the University Student Government (USG) Executive Secretary’s office itself as chief of staff, he aims…

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Head to Head: ACG ‘homegrowns’ Francisco, Ilagan want inclusive, socially conscious CLA

As the second largest college in the University, the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) houses a wide variety of creative departments that overflow with students from all batches. On the issue of bridging gaps in efficiency and effectiveness of college-wide programs, presidential candidates Yanna Ilagan of Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista (Tapat) and Ashley Francisco, an…

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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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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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How do archivists archive?

Filipino archivists divulge the intricacies of record preservation to protect, salvage, and immortalize historical memories.

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OTREAS denies allegations of ‘unfair’ financial handouts

A self-identified whistleblower claims that OTREAS’ selection process for scholarships is biased toward students affiliated with the USG Treasurer’s political party.

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After 36 years, the Marcoses retake Malacañang

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. was proclaimed the 17th president of the Philippines yesterday, May 25, in what has been one of the most consequential elections in recent history.  With his unprecedented win, Marcos Jr. completed a decades-long quest to restore his family to power and proved the chilling potency of disinformation campaigns, which rebranded his father’s…

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Local candidates share vision for Manila in mayoral forum

Last April 6, Task Force Safe Schools, together with the DLSU Committee on National Issues and Concerns and the Jesse M. Robredo Institute of Governance, organized the University’s first major event on campus at the Henry Sy. sr. Hall grounds since closing its doors because of the pandemic. The Manila Mayoral Candidates Forum-part of the…

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Under Duterte, Southeast Asia’s oldest democracy is failing

While the Philippines is labeled as a democratic state, the current political climate suggests otherwise.

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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.