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Once upon a time, Philippines ancestral houses stood with glory

Ancestral homes play a vital role in exploring Philippine history as its walls are embodiments of the time that once was.

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Working from a distance, are virtual internships for better or worse?

College students nowadays are in for many unique learning experiences. For a number of learners, a stressful commute to and from school has been reduced to the time it takes to open and close their gadgets. Joining and leaving a class can be done in one click, and lively recitations have been swapped for discussion…

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Borlas de pastillas: The intricate, ‘vanishing’ craft of Bulacan

The vanishing borlas de pastillas art channels the artists’ creativity, crafting designs that tell a myriad of narratives.

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Revitalizing the MMFF, the gateway to Philippine cinema

The Metro Manila Film Festival is a celebration of Filipino films; but how groundbreaking has the festival been in recent memory?

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Open spaces: The calm in the urban jungle

Access to outdoor recreational spaces is limited, prompting people to be stuck within cramped confines.

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Head On: Bea Berenguer dares to leap from batch prexy to CCS top seat

Incumbent CATCH 2T23 Batch President Bea Berenguer bares her plans as the sole candidate for the top seat in the College of Computer Studies (CCS). Speaking with The LaSallian, the Santugon sa Tawag ng Panahon (Santugon) flag-bearer dives into her current tenure as batch president and puts into light her initiatives and vision for the…

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State of democracy to determine pandemic recovery—JRIG forum

The DLSU Jesse M. Robredo Institute of Governance (JRIG), together with INCITEGov and Asia Democracy Research Network, organized Knowledge Forum: Democracy in Pandemic Times, via Zoom and Facebook Live last August 12. The forum tackled issues concerning the state of democracy and governance as election season nears. Backsliding of a democracy As President Rodrigo Duterte…

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How art conservation defies time

To stand before a work of art is to take in its splendor—bright hues masterfully laid out across the canvas, striking faces with eyes that seem to pierce your soul, and stunning landscapes captured in up to 20 feet tall paintings. As your eyes rove across every detail, you begin to comprehend the weight of…

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Cracks beneath: Inspecting corporate social responsibility initiatives

Nowadays, one would be hard-pressed to find a neglected niche in the market that has not yet met a certain demand or addressed compelling public issues. There seems to be a business catering to every little want and need of the global consumer. But at the core of these enterprises is the ability to not…

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Of the people, for the people: The power of community pantries

Aside from a health crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic has also only brought about an economic one. The shutting down of businesses and subsequent employee lay-offs have greatly exacerbated the already-pervasive issues of hunger and unemployment in the country. As ayuda (relief aid) and other government support services remain insufficient for the needs of the people,…