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Does DLSU need more parking or less cars?

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.

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Provost reassures University’s F2F capacity amid student population concerns

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.

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Transition to hybrid setup a ‘learning experience’ for CSO, CSO orgs

It is still a long and rough journey for the Council of Student Organizations as they try to find ways to smoothly operate in hybrid setup.

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Commentary: Formative culture needed for frosh integration

With the reopening of campus comes the revamp of the annual “frosh hate” over freshmen’s decorum.

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Groups march for higher wages, lower prices on Bonifacio Day

Lasallians joined various progressive groups in Plaza Miranda last November 30 to commemorate the birth anniversary of hero Andres Bonifacio and Araw ng Masang Anakpawis. The movement—which grew in number upon reaching Liwasang Bonifacio—called for the increase in wages and lower commodity prices, along with calls to address other labor issues.  The protest—which Ground Commander…

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Tapat seizes back USG in 2022 Make-Up Elections

Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista (Tapat) regained control over the University Student Government (USG) after running unopposed by its rival party in the University’s first hybrid election season. The 2022 Make-Up Elections (MUE) finished with Tapat garnering 57 of the 73 elected seats, sweeping the Executive Board (EB) and Laguna campus positions. This was the first…

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DLSU HSO explains measures for COVID-19 occurrences

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.

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Commentary: Traditions must die

To really become “progressive”, the University has to decide whether to continue a hurtful tradition and become a hypocrite or reconsider some traditions for a more inclusive DLSU.

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HIGHLIGHTS: Escoto recaps ‘historic’ USG term in final State of Student Governance

Outgoing University Student Government (USG) President Giorgina Escoto walked the Lasallian community through the USG’s accomplishments and milestones in her fourth and final State of Student Governance last December 1 at the Waldo Perfecto Seminar Room. Campus return efforts Escoto highlighted that the USG has treated the Lasallian community’s transition to on-site operations as its…

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The USG’s role in rounding up Lasallians for nation-building

The USG finds themselves at the helm of informing, protecting, and empowering the Lasallian community amid socio-political matters faced by the country.