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Transition to hybrid setup a ‘learning experience’ for CSO, CSO orgs

It is still a long and rough journey for the Council of Student Organizations as they try to find ways to smoothly operate in hybrid setup.

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DLSU HSO explains measures for COVID-19 occurrences

The University has implemented new health protocols as Term 1 of Academic Year 2022-2023 unfolds with the Health Services Office incharge of keeping Lasallians safe from COVID-19.

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HIGHLIGHTS: Escoto recaps ‘historic’ USG term in final State of Student Governance

Outgoing University Student Government (USG) President Giorgina Escoto walked the Lasallian community through the USG’s accomplishments and milestones in her fourth and final State of Student Governance last December 1 at the Waldo Perfecto Seminar Room. Campus return efforts Escoto highlighted that the USG has treated the Lasallian community’s transition to on-site operations as its…

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Head to Head: OPRES bets Alex Brotonel, Jasmine Paras vows ‘back-to-basics’, ‘inclusive’ efforts in assessing student needs

At the cusp of the 2021 General Elections, Alex Brotonel of Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista and independent candidate Jasmine Paras both received discriminatory remarks about their mental health. One was vying for the position of college assembly president for the College of Education Government, and the other was fielded as a candidate for the vice…

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HIGHLIGHTS: USG equips against disinformation, historical distortion in LA session

During its sixth special session on September 7, the Legislative Assembly (LA) unanimously approved the Anti-Disinformation Act of 2022 and the DLSU University Student Government (USG) Martial Law Commemoration Commission Act. FAST2018 Batch Legislator Jericho Jude Quiro, a key proponent of these two acts, believes that these legislations are a part of USG’s vow to…

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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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Opposition clings onto hope of solidarity as #Halalan2022 nears

As candidates decide to go their own routes, how do we form a united opposition?

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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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DLSU preps year-long activities for PH quincentennial

In 1521, Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan, while leading an expedition to the Spice Islands, landed on the island of Homonhon in Samar and thus found himself in what is now the Philippines. In the days that followed, Magellan would go through other islands in the region, interacting with the natives, introducing some of them to…

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LA appoints more officers, issues statement on Earth Hour

Three college representative positions in the Laguna Campus Student Government (LCSG) and four batch government posts were filled in a series of appointments during the Legislative Assembly (LA) Session last March 26. Legislators also approved a call to support this year’s Earth Hour movement. More appointments Bianca Tan was appointed as 72nd ENG Batch Vice…