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Stories from down and up

It can be said that the girl from Wonderland got the best of both worlds; Alice was able to grow into sizes of too big and too small. Like folk singer Joni Mitchell, she was able to see the world from up and down, and with wonder and adventure every inch of the way. Unfortunately,…

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Keeping up with The Heart at Play

Within the multitudes of people, there exist our everyday heroes – regular men and women, who devote their time and capabilities to helping those in need. Among these heroes are the parents, coordinators, and volunteers of The Heart at Play foundation – an organization dedicated to helping special needs children, through the art of dance.…

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Inside the zombie apocalypse

The article you are about read is classified. You’ll also find out that it’s absolutely important – and very desperately so. A few days ago, as they took a leisurely stroll through campus, two writers from The LaSallian came upon a powerful and compelling book – a journal from the year 2024. They flipped through…

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Hidden bites

Taft geography simply means knowing where to photocopy, park, or get a haircut and more importantly, knowing where to eat. For this busy area and its thousands of students and everyone else, it’s all about restaurants and gastronomic adventure. It’s hardly ever boring. Though some days you may be low and broke, the “food scene”…

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Crash Course: Funeral practices in the Philippines

Death. It isn’t the easiest thing to get over. The loss of a loved one can have significant impacts on our lives. It is during instances such as these that emotions run high, with mixes of grief, sorrow, anger and rage filling the hearts of those left behind. Everyone has their own way of dealing…

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Green Pulse: Pre-finals rituals

Worrisome faces with knotted eyebrows and wrinkled foreheads of students start residing inside their favorite coffee shops, a venue that has become the intersection of home and school. A compromise of lifestyle fashioned by comfy attires, faithful hoodies, and tons of coffee cups is the usual go-to place in the not sought after, dreadful prolonged…

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Green Pulse: Pre-finals rituals

Worrisome faces with knotted eyebrows and wrinkled foreheads of students start residing inside their favorite coffee shops, a venue that has become the intersection of home and school. A compromise of lifestyles fashioned through comfy attires, faithful hoodies, and tons of coffee cups is the usual go-to place in the unsought, prolonged week of agony…

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Local vs. foreign superheroic comparisons

Superman, Batman, Spiderman, these are just few of the superheroes that have, over time, become household names around the world. Everybody is familiar with Superman’s iconic costume: the red cape, blue spandex, and bold insignia, across his chest. Everybody knows about the Dark Knight and his crusade against crime in Gotham City. And everybody is…

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A La Salle storey

There are things one can easily own for their portability: a wallet, a necklace, and even someone’s love. But there are things far larger than one can personally keep. Take buildings and geographical spaces for example: a tower tall enough to scrape skies or even a plot of land wide enough to be named a…

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Rant & Rave: Despicable Me 2

After he inadvertently made a family in his attempt at an ‘out of this world’ robbery, Gru (Steve Carrell) has left villainy behind to care for his three lovely daughters and make a living as a seller of funny-tasting jelly instead. Meanwhile, everyone thinks it’s about time the new father meets a lady friend. One…