From the Archives: What is left of Democracy in the Philippines?

Last of Two Series On November 9, 1965, Ferdinand E. Marcos was elected as the sixth president of the Republic. He was formerly an LP, but upon learning that Macapagal would seek a second term, he joined the NP through the sponsorship of Speaker Jose Laurel Jr., and became its standard bearer. His vice-president was…


From the Archives: Quito awarded professorial lecture

The ceremonies began at 4:30 in the afternoon with opening remarks given by the Dean of Arts and Sciences, Exaltacion C. Ramos, Bro. Andrew Gonzalez, FSC, DLSU President, awarded Dr. Quito the Professorial Chair and presented her a miniature chair which was symbolical of the event. Dr. Quito’s first professorial lecture for the Chair of…

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From the Archives: Five years a university

Five years ago, on February 19, 1975, De La Salle received the University charter from Dr. Juan L. Manuel, then Secretary of Education, changing its status from a college to that of a university. This metamorphosis may have come as a surprise to some but to the majority, it was long overdue. De La Salle…