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Silenced voices and conflicting political narratives burn family bridges

Nothing is more dangerous to familial connections than contrasting political stances. Here, we shed light on what it’s like to live under a roof where you are the minority opinion.

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HIGHLIGHTS: DLSU holds hybrid General Assembly to open AY 2022-2023

This year’s University General Assembly, held on September 16 at the Chapel of the Most Blessed Sacrament and livestreamed on Facebook, formally opened Academic Year (AY) 2022-2023 with an address from DLSU President Br. Bernard Oca FSC. Oca highlighted the University’s accomplishments and milestones in the past AY, as he shared DLSU’s plans and priorities…

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Curtain call: What went down during the F2F CEs planning

After a flood of student concerns on in-person Commencement Exercises, actual plans are now finally in motion.

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PRISM continues their march toward making DLSU a ‘safe space’ for the LGBTQ+

PRISM broke barriers after being established as De La Salle University’s first official LGBTQ+ student organization. It has been active since Academic Year 2020-2021, aiming to create a safe space for Lasallians, especially to those who are part of the LGBTQ+ community, and to address the issues regarding sexual orientation and gender identity expression.  Since…

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Gawad Lasalyano 2021 awards exemplary students, faculty 

To commemorate the University’s most remarkable faculty and students, this year’s Gawad Lasalyano held last March 25 through Facebook Live honored individuals who have made significant changes in the community over the past year.  University President Br. Bernard Oca FSC extolled the awardees for displaying exemplary feats of nation-building and camaraderie through their roles as…

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Electoral rhythm: How campaign jingles bridge entertainment and politics

The catchy tunes and lyrics that make up a campaign jingle are politicians’ technique to be memorable amid campaigns.

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Commentary: Behind a strongman is a stronger woman

The patriarchal society has tricked us into believing that the nation’s development is heavily affected by its chief’s gender.

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De Guzman-Bello tandem discusses people-centric transportation systems

As COVID-19 cases decrease, the call for improving the country’s public transport system is amplified. With this, Move As One Coalition Philippines invited presidential candidate Leody de Guzman and running mate Walden Bello to discuss their plans on mobility and transportation in an event titled #TranspoTalks2022, held via Facebook Live last March 18.  Safety for…

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Concerning human rights: How PHL’s cooperation with international organizations is so far

The Duterte admin has amassed numerous human rights violations under its belt, prompting investigations even from organization abroad.

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Education post COVID-19 tackled in 2021 PhilEd Conference

The 2021 Philippine Education (PhilEd) Conference hosted by the Private Education Assistance Committee was held via Whova and Facebook Live last December 1 to 4.  With the theme “Reimagining Schools and Learning beyond COVID-19”, the conference aimed to address the relevant challenges of the Philippine educational system and the possible solutions that can be done…