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For Your Information: Provost explains new remarks in course offerings

For Your Information: Provost explains new remarks in course offerings

May 3, 20244 min read

Unfamiliar remarks, namely the pure asynchronous, predominantly online, and predominantly in-person learning, have caught the attention of Lasallians during the enlistment for Term 3 AY 2023-2024. Provost Dr. Robert Roleda, in an interview with The LaSallian, explains that these additions…

Responsible journalism amid era of sensationalism advocated in BayLayn 2024

Responsible journalism amid era of sensationalism advocated in BayLayn 2024

Apr 10, 20244 min read

This year’s Para sa Bayan at Lasalyano (BayLayn), an annual journalism convention by Ang Pahayagang Plaridel, discussed the prevalence of sensational journalism and its deliberate role in manipulating the truth by engaging the emotions of readers. Through a series of…

Lasallians push for more study areas as hoarding worsens; admin disagrees

Lasallians push for more study areas as hoarding worsens; admin disagrees

Apr 9, 20245 min read

Study spaces around the Manila Campus such as the Learning Commons, some unused classrooms and event spaces, and the 24/6 Gokongwei Study Hall are available to the Lasallian community. However, as the population on the campus grows, spiking to about…

‘No contradiction’: CHR stands firm in anti-abortion stance

‘No contradiction’: CHR stands firm in anti-abortion stance

Apr 8, 20246 min read

Last November 15, the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) addressed a letter to Sen. Koko Pimentel clarifying its stance on induced abortion, opposing its decriminalization except for “extreme circumstances,” specifically “termination for medical reasons.”  The letter came a day after…

Why can’t DLSU pay on time? Orgs, FAO point fingers

Why can’t DLSU pay on time? Orgs, FAO point fingers

Apr 2, 20248 min read

A year-long investigation by The LaSallian found that student organizations and external suppliers alike faced difficulties in receiving the cash owed to them by the University, whether for student activities or for merchandise orders.  One vendor saw P400,000 worth of orders…

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