The mess in procedures witnessed in the 2023 General Elections called the need for improvements in administering the annual polls.
Concerns over working under Manila-centric systems and with limited manpower continues to exist even a decade after the inception of the Laguna Campus Student Government.
Independent candidates have opened discussions on whether it is high time for a third option to challenge both Tapat and Santugon, but it is not all that simple.
Student organizations saw a supposed decrease in priority enlistment slots, but the administration clarifies that this is just stricter implementation of existing policies.
Hybrid-learning was initially seen as a transitionary tool for returning to full in-person classes, but DLSU might have to embrace it to accommodate the influx in student numbers.
Ordinances will not stop Happy Ts—The LaSallian goes around the vicinity of Taft Ave. to find how Lasallians keep getting their hands on booze despite a liquor ban.
The return of in-person classes might raise calls for more parking space around DLSU for driving Lasallians, but parking woes boil down to national policy.
Provost Dr. Robert Roleda bares to The LaSallian the University’s plans to accommodate more than 24,000 students on campus without full online learning in Term 2 AY 2022-2023.
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.
He topped the bar exams, brought down the Japanese during the war, ushered an era of prosperity the Philippines has never seen—this is Apo Lakay writing history for himself.