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Be in the know: TLS Mobile to be released next week
News Feature Shookt // April 1, 2017

By next week, The LaSallian (TLS) will be releasing its mobile application “TLS Mobile”, which will be available both for Android and Apple smartphones. According to TLS Editor in Chief Wilhelm Tan, the application serves as a platform to better connect with its readers and to adapt to the ever-changing digital landscape. App features TLS…


Commercialization continues: DLSU’s The Store partners with top fashion brands
Straight News // April 1, 2016

DLSU’s official merchandise shop The Store has signed a strategic partnership with fashion brands Forever 21, H&M, and Uniqlo in designing and launching a new product line. The three fashion brands recently signed a P10 million contract with DLSU last February 29, resulting to new merchandise up for grabs in The Store beginning third term…


Tapping into new opportunities: Creation of more programs, more colleges at DLSU
April 25, 2015

Vice Chancellor for Academics Dr. Myrna Austria explains that the programs were created with the students in mind. “We noticed that the current course offerings in the University, specifically the General Education or GE courses, have left a mark on the students’ lives in their entire stay in the University,” she expresses, citing that such…


A brother’s journey to vice presidency: Br. Armin on Lasallian principles and political inclinations
News Feature //

It’s official—after much thought, Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary and former DLSU President Br. Armin Luistro FSC has announced his plans of running for Vice President in the upcoming 2016 Philippine national elections. While the DepEd Secretary has yet to finalize an affiliation with a political party, recent reports suggest that he will be running alongside…


Security measures to be intensified this AY 2014-2015
News Feature // April 28, 2014

Next academic year, DLSU is set to enhance several of its security measures to account for the high-risk security cases that surfaced within and right outside the University recently.