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The man in between: Patrick Deyto’s journey from Taft to Thailand

From starring as DLSU’s goalkeeper for five years, Patrick Deyto shares what it means to be a homegrown talent playing professionally in Thailand.

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Breeding new blood in the National Academy of Sports

After Hidilyn Diaz’s surreal performance in the Summer Games, the Philippine sports scene’s hunger for more Olympic gold medals will be hard to satiate. Though with the National Academy of Sports (NAS) taking flight to pave the way for future Olympians, gathering the young and talented junior high student athletes is a step in the…

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University

Internal, external youth orgs share DLSU-involved plans for 2022 elections

As we near May, the importance of the impending national elections is becoming more widely recognized. Even within the Lasallian community, the would-be involvement of various sectors in the 2022 elections was earlier measured in the DLSU Survey on Voter Intention that received 1,247 responses from May to July.  By the end of September, the…

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University

USG office hours proposed, Students’ Charter amended in LA session

In a special Legislative Assembly (LA) session earlier today, August 24, legislators proposed a requirement for units of the University Student Government (USG) to set office hours anytime between 7:30 am to 10 pm every Monday to Friday and 8 am to 3 pm every Saturday. The amendments to the USG Students’ Charter were also…

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University

Judiciary hosts webinar to explain changes to USG charter

The University Student Government (USG) Judiciary branch organized a webinar last July 16 on Zoom and Facebook Live to discuss amendments to the 2009 USG Constitution that were ratified in a plebiscite earlier this year, the first successful vote to change the charter. The new constitution is set to take effect in Academic Year 2021-2022.…

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University

Journalists dive into disinformation, censorship amid the pandemic

To shed light on the significance of journalism and current issues during the pandemic, Pia Ranada-Robles, a multimedia palace reporter from Rappler, and Malou Talosig-Bartolome, a former reporter and senior news editor of GMA News, shared their expertise in Mulat: Journalism Amidst the Pandemic, a webinar organized by Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista last April 15…

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Menagerie

Writer’s Recap: Sa Pagsapit ng Dapithapon sees the light in the darkness

The rhythm of music is parallel to the rhythm of life—it tells our story and speaks the hope we yearn for. This is the message that the De La Salle Innersoul (DLS-Innersoul) sang in their 24th Major Concert, Sa Pagsapit ng Dapithapon, last April 16, 17, 23, and 24. Under Vince Mallari’s direction, the show…

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Menagerie

A menagerie of love: Eros, agape, and everything in between

Love is a many-splendored thing. It is infinite in its mutability, pervading and shaping our art and stories since we first comprehended our existence. The complex beings that we are, it is only fitting that what compels us is equally complex too. This Valentine’s, The LaSallian presents love in all its confounding forms with the…

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Vanguard

LIGO and Virgo confirm direct observation of an intermediate-mass black hole

Around ten billion years ago in a galaxy about 17 billion lightyears away, two black holes spiraled into each other and sent ripples in spacetime—that is, gravitational waves (GWs), barrelling through the universe. On May 21, 2019, the LIGO Scientific Collaboration (LSC) and Virgo Collaboration, together referred to as (LVC), detected the now-incredibly faint echoes…

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Vanguard

Lightning in a bottle: The pressing need to transition toward renewable energy

What currently stands as the largest contributor to the world’s carbon emissions is energy generation, a sector dominated by fossil fuels such as natural gas and oil. Despite being non-renewable, these extracts are constantly being exhausted, which is worrying as they supply a majority of the world’s energy. While various forms of renewable energy (RE)—energy…