Menagerie
Menagerie
Yoga and the new path with Carlo Inocencio and Patrick Kahn
by John Sarao and Zea Asis
April 24, 2015

It is a hot Wednesday afternoon as we walk into a heated yoga studio in the Enrique Razon Sports Center. Inside, Carlo Inocencio and Patrick Kahn greet us while engaged in seemingly uncomfortable positions. The latter is in the middle of a headstand while the former is indian sitting, remarkably, upside down. Kahn later tells…


The social media newbie
by Jose Felipe Montinola

For most people, technology has, bit by bit, been easing itself into everyday life. We get less and less surprised as each new advancement seems to be just a tiny itty-bit better than the last. So what happens when you take fully functioning technology that is totally immersed in popular culture, multiply it by three,…


The secret lives of Lasallian student heroes
by Stephanie Pagdanganan and Audrey Giongco

It’s true when they say that there’s more than meets the eye. Contrary to what many have been predisposed to believe, there is much more going on behind the stories of certain students around campus. What may appear as a normal Lasallian may be living a secret life unknown to anyone else. There have been…


Rant and Rave: Coffee shops around Taft
by Isabella Argosino
Rant & Rave //

It was nearing the end of the week and Taft was packed. I was looking to satisfy my caffeine craving and get some work done in peace, but I had long since exhausted Coffee Bean and Starbucks. I thought I would try out a few “new” coffee shops whose names had been going around –…


LEAP 2016: What’s in store for you
by Belle Justiniani and Paulo Yusi

The Lasallian Enrichment Alternative Program (LEAP) is arguably one of the most anticipated events for the students of DLSU. To some, it serves not only as a formality that ought to be observed during the school’s University Week, but also as a means to stretch their collegiate joints from the stress brought upon by academic…


Humans of the Learning Commons
by Stephanie Tan and Cirilo Cariga

Universities all over the world are composed of people from all walks of life, and DLSU is no different. Diversity coupled with dynamism has created a list, if you will, of the everyday students you see around the library. Here is a look into the Humans of Learning Commons.   The Book Worm “A week…


He said, she said: A battle of stereotypes
by Jamie Cornista and John Anthony Tang

How does the opposite sex think? This has been an age old question, one that has both haunted and perplexed generations upon generations of both men and women. Even today, people still ponder about just what goes on in the minds of the opposite sex. Are we really so different? Do men really come from…


Fifty Shades of HUMALIT
by Cody Cepeda

Due to the surging popularity of young adult novels and teen fiction books, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts Dr. Julio C. Teehankee has decided to upend the liberal arts curriculum and implement some changes in the college. One of the changes includes the revision of the course outline of HUMALIT (Introduction to Literature)…