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Is it worth the mint?: Students share opinions on the rise of the cryptomarket

Cryptocurrency is a technology that has experienced an upward trend due to the popularity of tokens such as monkeys with different features and play-to-earn games. While several crypto investors have promoted this technology as another alternative to earn money during the online setup, there are still issues surrounding the technology, prompting crypto operations to receive…

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USG holds panel discussions on DLSU reopening

The University administration, in partnership with the University Student Government (USG), held Student Development Goals: F2F is Real last Friday, April 1, to discuss current plans and guidelines for face-to-face classes. A panel discussion and an open forum also commenced, shedding light on different perspectives concerned with the implementation of plans to return to in-person…

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Reproductive matters: Ten years later, RH Law info gap still prevails

Better conversations on the RH Law help the youth better understand the need for safe and consensual sex.

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Bangon holds Mulat 2, discusses admin’s effect on various PHL sectors

Mulat 2, a two-day webinar event held last March 5 and 12 by Bangon Organization, discussed the possible impact of the upcoming governance on the environment, health, politics, and education with guest speakers from various sectors. Funding the educational sector University of Sto. Tomas faculty John Christian Valeroso presented and expressed his concerns over the…

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Student welfare at the forefront of policymaking, assures OPRES

Policymaking for the OPRES will always be for the voice of the students.

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Kapihan with Ka Pepe spotlights legacy of late senator

Commemorating the declaration of International Human Rights Day, the Diokno Foundation and the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) invited speakers to discuss the accomplishments and contributions of the late Sen. Jose Wright Diokno through an online webinar titled Kapihan with Ka-Pepe Diokno held last December 10 via Facebook Live. The conversation on Ka Pepe’s birth…

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Ten Questions: Escoto details student-centered plans for USG

As Escoto assumes the USG presidency, she shares her plans on policies that aim to empower students.

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Samahang Lasalyano holds first ever assembly

Last November 25 and 26, Samahang Lasalyano held its first assembly with student leaders representing DLSU, De La Salle Lipa (DLSL), De La Salle University-Dasmariñas (DLSU-D), De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute (DLSMHSI), La Salle University Ozamiz (LSU), University of St. La Salle (USLS), De La Salle – College of St. Benilde (DLS-CSB),…

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Electoral challenges explored in ‘Democracy Goes On’ virtual townhall

Hosted by international research organization Stratbase ADR Institute (ADRi), a townhall discussion held last October 26 via Zoom titled Democracy Goes On: Upholding a Safe, Free, and Credible 2022 Elections in the New Normal featured panelists who spoke about voter literacy and safety amid widespread disinformation and the COVID-19 health emergency.  Voter safety  With the…

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Voter intentions for Halalan 2022, response to CONIC survey reviewed in KAMALAYAN

The Kapihan ng Malalayang Lasalyano (KAMALAYAN) Forum on the DLSU Voter Intention Survey Results held last October 1 via Zoom and Facebook Live presented a summary of responses from a survey conducted by the DLSU Committee on National Issues and Concerns (CONIC) and analyzed by the La Salle Institute of Governance (LSIG) for the May…