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It’s not just a joke
by Denise Nicole Uy
Opinion Shookt The serious stuff // April 1, 2019

This has been rattling my mind for quite some time now, but I’ve never been able to put it into words before. Now is as good a time as any—especially considering how this published in our annual Spoof issue. The LuhSallian—an issue where our staffers can poke fun and make some light-hearted jokes. It holds…


Shades of déjà vu
by Andrea Punzalan
Opinion Shookt The serious stuff // March 31, 2019

Normally during Saturdays, I’m either at the Smart Araneta Coliseum or the FilOil Flying V Centre as a spectator of a DLSU basketball or volleyball game. On other Saturdays, I’m at Robinsons Magnolia as a spectator of the newest Filipino or Marvel films. Although, last March 23, I was a different kind of spectator for…


Fashion: For respect, not harassment
by Shannon Matsuda
Opinion Shookt The serious stuff //

“Psst!” “Ang sexy naman nito!” (That person is so sexy!) These are some of the comments I have read from the victims of catcalling due to the clothes they wear. Many would expect victims to wear revealing clothes like off shoulder tops and shorts. Surprisingly, many of them just wore “conservative” and everyday clothes. Upon…


Young Journalism
by Arden Bacallan
Opinion Shookt The serious stuff //

They say that high school is the perfect time to find your identity. When I was in high school, I figured my desired career, I met my closest circle of friends, and I eventually found my passion—taking photos. High school is a training ground before going out into the real world. It offers ample opportunities…


China’s West Philippine Sea
by The LaSallian
Editorial Opinion // April 1, 2018

There’s a saying to never trust the Chinese because they are so mysteriously frugal with their dealings with people, that they are hidden maneuvering puppeteers whose true intentions are only seen when the dust settles. Since the turn of the century, however, China has shown to have taken considerable steps towards international diplomacy, and it…


Money matters
by Celine Rose Dalag
Opinion // March 31, 2018

These days, in our world of instant gratification, we spend on the things that we don’t actually need. It is okay to appeal to our desires every once in a while, as long as we’re in control because the moment that we lose that self-control, we’ll be in great trouble. I remember reading an article…


The illusion of beauty
by Brent Guiao
Opinion // March 30, 2018

After watching the Bb. Pilipinas Beauty Pageant, I caught myself asking the question, “What in the world did I just watch?” Don’t get me wrong, Catriona Gray is a very deserving winner. And also, being a sports fan, I thought it was pretty cool to see a former Lady Spiker in Michele Gumabao succeed in…


Cash or credit, St. Peter?
by Lance Villarosa
Opinion //

“Be there by 7:30 pm. There’s going to be a lot of people just like you!” my friend said as I had just finished my midterm exam. Of course, it had to be a Constitutional Law class, and I had barely gotten enough sleep the night prior; not because I was studying, but because I…