Articles By
Althea Gonzales
Learning over leading
Opinion // March 31, 2017

A couple of months ago, I chanced upon a friend and we somehow ended up talking about licensure exams and the pressure for students to do well on them. Back then, I was a double degree major with my second program being accountancy, while he was in engineering. I could relate. A couple of terms…

On voting and the elections
April 1, 2016

When I turned 18, one of the things I was most looking forward to was applying to be a registered voter. I guess I thought that, in a democratic country like ours, to register for voting in the elections is one of the hallmarks of being a true adult. Of course, it was just an…

Admin approves additional guidelines on ID policy
News Feature // April 25, 2015

In light of the recent announcement of the mandatory wearing of the ID inside University premises, the President’s Council released additional guidelines regarding the new policy, detailing stricter regulations “aimed at improving safety and security within the campus.” A previous announcement released on January 31 declared it mandatory that all members of the Lasallian community—students,…

DLSU admin launches new training program
News Feature // April 28, 2014

Meet your new leaders — not as a result of a snap General Elections, but the University’s pilot batch of trainees for a new leadership training program, the Lasallian University-wide Preparatory Extensive Training (LUPET).