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Atty. Leila de Lima bares struggles in seven-year detention, plans post-Crame

From working with the ICC to dealing with the “worst President ever,” Atty. Leila de Lima gives The LaSallian a glimpse into her story as she resumes public life.

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Ten Questions: Brotonel brings a ‘back-to-basics’ presidency for student well-being, comfort

The LaSallian sits down with Alex Brotonel as she enters a shortened presidency in the University Student Government with a handful of plans to promote safe spaces for students.

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Ten Questions: Furthering the global, local evangelization of education with Br. Armin Luistro FSC

Br. Armin Luistro FSC maintains communion in mission by ensuring that Lasallians work together to provide better education to others.

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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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At the helm of defending human rights with late CHR Chair Chito Gascon

In an interview last August, late CHR Chair Chito Gascon talked about his work during the Duterte administration and his would-have-been plans.

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‘Unique challenges and opportunities’ drive incoming DLSU President Br. Bernard Oca FSC in new role

Br. Bernard Oca FSC officially began his term as the 24th DLSU President last August 1. After three years of serving as the University Chancellor, he will succeed Br. Raymundo Suplido FSC, who has led DLSU since 2015.  A seasoned administrator in La Salle campuses across the country, Oca looks back on his tenure as…

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Behind the bench: Ten questions for Chief Magistrate Jericho Quiro

Modelled after the Philippine government, the University Student Government (USG) is divided into three branches: the Executive, Legislative, and Judiciary. The third of the bunch, a rather lesser-known division among the student body, works quietly on University-level legal cases spanning from impeachment trials to election-related matters, robust from any smear of bias and partisanship. Last…

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Toward a more progressive student government with USG President Maegan Ragudo

At the start of 2021, the University Student Government (USG) embarked on what had been its first fully online elections, a historic feat matched by its historic results. Emerging on top in these elections was Maegan Ragudo. A former majority floor leader and active member of the legislature where she crafted resolutions that embodied the…

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On the arts with CLA Dean Dr. Rhoderick Nuncio

The uncertainty of Filipino courses in the undergraduate curriculum are the least of the College of Liberal Arts’ (CLA) concerns. As the online learning mode’s efficacy comes into question, followed by doubts on the future of social science research, the college faces challenges in adapting to the new normal. New CLA Dean Dr. Rhoderick Nuncio—a…

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Forming a more empowered studentry with new DSA Dr. Christine Ballada

The pandemic continues to change the dynamics within the University as different sectors of the Lasallian community have had to reevaluate their operations amid changing circumstances. Last October 1, Dr. Christine Ballada, who had been the Vice Chair of the Counseling and Educational Psychology Department (CEPD), began her tenure as the new Dean of Student…