News
Mojares becomes first CCJE recipien...

Bachelor of Science in Criminology Jonathan Mojares made history for his college, the College of Criminal Justice of Education (CCJE), after becoming the first CCJE recipient of the highest institutional student award, the […]

Grad sched moved due to admin’s ...

From the original date of DLSU-D’s 40th Commencement Exercises on June 28, 29, and 30, University Registrar Marialita Esberto said that the final date was moved to July 7, 8, and 9 due […]

Team Kramer, Vlogger Wil Dasovich, ...

Team Kramer, Vlogger Wil Dasovich, and Eat Bulaga’s Baby Baste received their respective awards during the Junior Marketing Association (JMA)’s Face of Advertising and Marketing Excellence Awards (FAME) 2017 on May 15 at […]

Features
In times of crisis: Social media re...

Art by Mikaela Torres With the recent Resorts World Manila shooting and the Marawi crisis, hordes of false information have plagued timelines and caused a great amount of fear and unnecessary panic. Although […]

The radar: May’s cream of the crop

  Film: Ghost in the Shell (2017) As the era is now comprised of both technology and humanity, the film Ghost in the Shell takes the stage to visualize the possible future ahead […]

Posted May 29, 2017
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PRISM 2017: Bright lights & #N...

Under the bright lights of the Neon City, friends and strangers wandered through meandering pathways to discover the gems of art tucked away at every corner. To the delight of art-enthusiasts from the […]

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Sports
Green Patriots eye final four spot ...

A new wave of sports tournament is upon us as various DLSU-D Green Patriots participate in the third annual League of Legends (LoL) Collegiate League (LCL)—battling against fellow students from all over the […]

Lady Patriots hailed champions in N...

Proving that comeback is real after their  Private Schools Athletic Association (PRISAA) – Regionals loss, the Lady Patriots came back from the pit to clinch the first ever best-of-three National Capital Region Universities […]

Volleybelles take first season loss...

Receiving their first setback in the 1st National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCR-UCLAA) league, the Lady Patriots succumbed to the still-undefeated Technological Institute of the Philippines (TIP) Lady […]

Opinion
On Marawi: Fight or flight

It started with Manchester. It could have been a concert you attended. It was followed by Bangkok. It could have been a country you traveled to. In the span of a few hours, […]

On the curb

I entered this University wanting to make a name for myself—and like the many things I plan to do, it’s always easier said than done. This isn’t a subtle inspirational humblebrag about how […]

Awareness at a crucial time

You log in to Facebook to post an update about yourself and to watch how your friends are doing. You scroll through your newsfeed, reading and watching funny posts, and even repeating them […]

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