A Tree Story
by Stephanie Tan and JR Rebellon
April 20, 2013

Once again another term is ending and many of our colleagues are busy packing up and started looking for things that they would do this summer, may it be a flight to Bora, or an interview to Unilever. As people go for the break, you cannot help but notice the things that surround you. An…

Vignette: The nine lives of DLSU-PUSA
by Kimberly Ly, Arielle Poblete and Armstrong Villamayor

Ever wondered what the greatest organization in DLSU is? A team of computer whizzes? An orchestra of musicians? Or perhaps a scoop of fearless journalists? You might be surprised that the answer is none of the above! The greatest organization that exists in DLSU is made up of … a litter of cats! This month,…

Green Pulse: Your bell, your way
by Kimberly Ly and Andrea Mendoza

Although great action is taken to right the wrongs of Marcos Regime, some pieces of this former government will continue to breathe in our society today – some are heard just a little louder in certain corners. During the early 80s, then first lady Imelda Marcos was all about beautifying the country and made to…

The Menagerie
by Maria Margarita Baguisi and Gio Gloria
April 19, 2013

Pore over The LaSallian and the first thing that would catch your attention would be the cover and its emboldened title, care of our friends from the University section. Or when the men’s basketball (and recently women’s volleyball) season is in full swing, the Sports section would be the talk of the town. Too frequently,…