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Commentary: A better remedy for shortages is to move on from the 70s

Decades of attempts at self-sufficiency has only led to shortages, in and out of the Philippines. It may be high time for the country to leave old, inefficient policies behind.

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Figuring out why Martial Law education remains neglected in PHL curricula

Martial Law, a major era in Philippine history, is still not talked enough about in schools. The rise of falsehoods about that dark period only highlights the need to fix this.

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HIGHLIGHTS: DLSU holds hybrid General Assembly to open AY 2022-2023

This year’s University General Assembly, held on September 16 at the Chapel of the Most Blessed Sacrament and livestreamed on Facebook, formally opened Academic Year (AY) 2022-2023 with an address from DLSU President Br. Bernard Oca FSC. Oca highlighted the University’s accomplishments and milestones in the past AY, as he shared DLSU’s plans and priorities…

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HIGHLIGHTS: USG passes 2 penal bills; LA sessions to be F2F

The Legislative Assembly (LA) unanimously approved a bill that will penalize contradictions to the University Student Government (USG) constitution and passed the USG Code of Penalized Acts during its seventh special session held last Wednesday, September 14. Chief Legislator Francis Loja also announced that succeeding LA sessions will revert to a face-to-face setup after two…

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USG, DLSU admin shares next step after limited F2F pilot classes

Major changes have been made for schedules and systems as the University gears up for the safe return of in-person classes in form of a hybrid set-up.

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HIGHLIGHTS: USG equips against disinformation, historical distortion in LA session

During its sixth special session on September 7, the Legislative Assembly (LA) unanimously approved the Anti-Disinformation Act of 2022 and the DLSU University Student Government (USG) Martial Law Commemoration Commission Act. FAST2018 Batch Legislator Jericho Jude Quiro, a key proponent of these two acts, believes that these legislations are a part of USG’s vow to…

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Going through the hurdles of alternative family building

Options for Filipinos to build modern families are gradually increasing, but more policy attention is needed to make these options convenient.

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Seeking homes along Taft, Lasallians face tightening real estate race

Housing rates around Taft Ave. continue to rise as students find accommodations for face-to-face classes.

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Renovations, new buildings to rise as DLSU welcomes F2F return

Long-awaited campus developments will welcome students on September’s in-person class kickoff.

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Journey to Taft Ave.: Lasallian commuter woes rush in as F2F classes near

As fares hike and student commuters influx, transportation becomes a main concern as Lasallians return to campus.