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Johanna Ellice Tantoco
Campus licenses free Adobe software for DLSU students and staff
News Feature Shookt // April 1, 2018

Driven primarily by the requirements of students with production-related degree programs, De La Salle University recently partnered with Adobe Inc. to allow students, faculty, and staff to access the latest Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) Suite on University-owned and personal computers. The licensing agreement between Adobe and De La Salle University will commence next term. Through…

New parents’ association HEART replaces PUSO
News Feature Shookt // March 31, 2018

Recent news give claim to the allegations regarding a strained relationship between the University administration and the De La Salle University Parents of University Students Organization (PUSO). An email released by University Chancellor Dr. Robert Roleda announced the school’s decision to terminate their relations with PUSO, requesting the organization to vacate their office in Br….

LS building to be exclusive for SHS students next AY
Shookt Straight News // March 31, 2017

The St. La Salle Hall, or what Lasallians commonly refer to as the LS building, is set to exclusively house only Senior High School (SHS) students next academic year. This development has been approved by DLSU President Br. Raymundo Suplido FSC in a meeting attended by members from the Board of Trustees, administration, faculty, and…

DLSU COMELEC mandates campaign jingles for upcoming USG General Elections
Shookt Straight News //

In preparation for the upcoming General Elections (GE), the University Student Government Commission on Elections (COMELEC) has approved a new provision mandating candidates to use jingles as part of their campaign materials. The move is a creative response to the growing concern over the low voter turnout seen in previous elections. COMELEC has added a…