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Exoplanets, exploring extraterrestrial signs of life tackled in Cosmology lectures

The Philippine Astronomical Society, Inc., in partnership with the Physics Society of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP), held a set of lectures titled Exoplanets: The Physics and Biochemistry of Searching for the Next Earth at the Claro M. Recto Hall in PUP last November 16.  The event featured advancements in the fields of…

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Kickstarting the Future: The advent of 5G technology in PH

In recent years, interconnectivity has taken precedence at a tremendous pace with the emergence of various technologies that have become increasingly linked as cellular network technologies is swiftly being realized by torrential breakthroughs in the domain of wireless networking and telecommunications, two disciplines that encompass the wireless transmission of data to facilitate communication across networks.…

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LA continues deliberation on USG Constitution amendments

A special Legislative Assembly (LA) session was held last November 6 in the University Student Government (USG) Session Hall to continue discussions on amendments to the USG Constitution. This followed the previous sessions last October 18, where only one of two proposed amendments were passed, and October 25, where the only proposed revision was shelved.…

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UAAP: Green Archers grind out win against Growling Tigers, 80-79

The DLSU Green Archers dug deep to overcome the UST Growling Tigers in a back-and-forth affair, 80-79, earlier today at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. With the win, the Green-and-White improves their bid for a Final Four berth, now sporting a 6-6 win-loss record. Green Archer Jamie Malonzo led all players in scoring as he posted…

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UAAP: Green, Lady Tankers make a splash, sport silver and bronze finishes

The DLSU Green and Lady Tankers did not disappoint as they broke through multiple events with stellar performances. The UAAP Season 82 Swimming Tournament began last Thursday, October 17, and ended yesterday, October 20, at the Trace College Swimming Pool in Los Baños, Laguna. The tournament brought in results similar to last season’s performance as…

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NASA in DLSU: A discussion on aerosols, climate change, weather patterns in the PH

Held by the DLSU Science College Government last October 2 at room 703 of the Br. Andrew Gonzalez Hall, WARMING WARNING: NASA’s Take on Climate Change informed the audience about the alarming rate at which the Earth is deteriorating due to global warming and climate change and the measures that the National Aeronautics and Space…

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LPEP 2k19: ID 119 Students embrace the Animo Spirit

The University once again kicked off the new academic year with a rousing welcome for its incoming ID 119 students. From August 30 to September 7, this year’s Lasallian Personal Effectiveness Program (LPEP), with the theme Living the Animo, treated students to a dazzling display of activities, educational modules, talks by University officials and student…

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Equality for all: Senate conducts public hearing on SOGIE Equality Bill

Gretchen Diez, a transgender woman, made headlines last week after she was denied the use of a women’s bathroom in Farmer’s Market, Cubao, by a janitress. After the scuffle, Diez was detained, shamed by the police, and later released after the mall’s management dropped charges of unjust vexation against her. Last August 20, Diez was…

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Tapat makes comeback in GE 2019, secures majority EB, CAP seats

Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista (Tapat) obtained a majority over the University Student Government (USG) from Santugon sa Tawag ng Panahon (Santugon) in General Elections (GE) 2019—the first time in the USG’s 10-year history. The party last dominated the elections in 2008, back when it was still structured as the Student Council. That year, the party…

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Protesters, La Salle contingent flock DOJ, demand sedition charges dropped

“Never be afraid to speak out for democracy.” This was the message University Chancellor Br. Bernard Oca FSC wanted the Lasallian community to hear as he participated in a rally demanding for the drop of sedition charges against 36 respondents, which include De La Salle Philippines President Br. Armin Luistro FSC and former DLSU College…