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Forming a more empowered studentry with new DSA Dr. Christine Ballada

Forming a more empowered studentry with new DSA Dr. Christine Ballada

November 18, 20207 min read

The pandemic continues to change the dynamics within the University as different sectors of the Lasallian community have had to reevaluate their operations amid changing circumstances. Last October 1, Dr.…

Overcoming hurdles: How businesses can recover as PH economy rebuilds

Overcoming hurdles: How businesses can recover as PH economy rebuilds

November 18, 20206 min read

Eight months since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, nations across the world continue to struggle with a global economic downturn, one that the International Monetary…

‘Educate, not humiliate’: Fighting back historical distortions

‘Educate, not humiliate’: Fighting back historical distortions

November 18, 20205 min read

History, as public memory, is integral to a society. After all, how people perceive—or even deal with—the important events and figures in the past can shape the realities of the…

Money matters: Compromise for student orgs amid financial setbacks

Money matters: Compromise for student orgs amid financial setbacks

November 18, 20206 min read

Since March, student organizations have largely operated online, following the University’s shift to online platforms. Over the course of the previous term, activities that were once held in classrooms and…

Working on borrowed time: Student leaders bare plans for holdover term

Working on borrowed time: Student leaders bare plans for holdover term

November 18, 20205 min read

For the past two terms, the quarantine measures put in place due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic have kept the campus closed from students, impacting many scheduled University-wide activities. The…

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