Santugon standard bearer Raphael Hari-Ong vows to give Lasallians a genuine experience centered on safety and healthcare initiatives.
Having worked under OVPIA, Hannah Teng and Ashley Francisco vow to continue bridging gaps between Lasallians and the DLSU admin.
OVPEA lone candidate Macie Tarnate from Santugon aspires to empower Lasallians by amplifying their voices and linking them to external opportunities.
Juliana Meneses of Tapat and Xymoun Rivera of Santugon plan to expand scholarship opportunities and external collaborations for a more effective OTREAS.
Tapat’s Michelle Engbino and Santugon’s Josene Gonzales contend for BCG presidency as they envision a more engaged and equipped RVRCOB.
Aisha Khan aims to apply what she learned in the LA for a policy-grounded OSEC.
Santugon bet Frankie Gamboa seeks to liven up GCOE amid the many problems faced by its student-engineers.
Being seasoned officers in CLA, Tapat’s Kyzer Campos and Santugon’s Angel Reyes acknowledge the gaps they would need to bridge in their college.
Expanding opportunities is Tapat bet Sheri Rawash’s priority in ensuring a more future-ready COS.
New to the political scene, Nauj Agbayani takes on the challenge of fighting for better inclusion of the Laguna campus in pertinent matters.