Behind the overwhelming popularity of the country’s darling sports, there is a silent struggle faced by other disciplines which do not receive their dues.
With distortion and short-form content continuing to change the way people digest news, print media withstands the test of time as a comprehensible view of our truth.
The LaSallian, in the early stages of an increasingly digitalized landscape, devised various strategies to keep up with the times—many of them being the foundations of our online presence today.
It is not in The LaSallian’s identity to be passive chroniclers. Instead, we are steadfast in our duty to question, tell, interpret, and persuade.
In the whirlwind of time, The LaSallian remains steadfast—unwavering and vigilant in its duty to uncover and report, fueled by service and community.
The LaSallian relentlessly reports to seek transparency and accountability, and the taxing endeavors pave the way grow in service for the community.
Journalism is the primary witness of impactful events throughout time, and The LaSallian upholds this deed for the Lasallian community to connect with different adversities in the world.
As the publication of a school with a focus on business and engineering, The LaSallian provided a radical perspective for students on the sociopolitical crises of the 70s.
With the Department of Education’s proposal to modify the term “Diktaturyang Marcos”, threats of disinformation loom large among younger students.
The University’s online infrastructure has led to inconvenient enrollment experiences for students, despite the convenience online systems are supposed to provide.