In light of the initial mock elections conducted in DLSU-D, see the platforms and words from the resulting senatorial bets—broken down in detail and compared with Patriots’ ideal leader profile

“I was bullied for being morena,” she said on Twitter in Filipino. “Growing up, people told me morena isn’t pretty. Until now, I still receive comments about my skin color.”

What people don’t understand, they tend to mock. That’s why it’s been an unfortunate tendency for individuals to poke fun of others’ mental health condition—and one extreme case is that

Through the initiative of the College of Liberal Arts and Communication Student Council (CLACSC), students from CLAC attended Halalan 2019: “Lasalyanong Botante, Responsable”, an event that tackled voter’s responsibility, the

In anticipation of the Philippine Midterm election this May 19, senatorial candidates Atty. Jose Manuel "Chel" Icasiano Diokno, Atty. Lorenzo "Erin" Tañada III and Ka Leody de Guzman took part

The College of Liberal Arts and Communication Student Council (CLACSC) invites the Lasallian community to participate in Halalan 2019: Lasalyanong Botante, Responsable, aiming to raise student awareness for the upcoming




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The University Student Council (USC) serves as the highest student-governing body in De La Salle University – Dasmariñas. As the

We often imagine that infrastructure development breeds an economically progressive country. As an architecture student, it is our duty to