NAIA security to replace DLSU agency next year
by Don Marc Angelo Razon and Martha Elisse Teves
April 19, 2013

With rampant accounts of theft, trespassing of outsiders and bringing of unauthorized objects inside DLSU, the administration took a big step forward by upgrading the criticized “failed” security system, to be implemented next academic year. Ency Lanting Security Agency, current security agency of Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), will take over Aglipay Guard Services, Inc….

University introduces HOLEST to adjust student skills
by Juan Batalla, Don Marc Angelo Razon and Marguit Tolentino

In light of the changing face of tertiary level education, the Great Works may undergo some crucial revamps and be modified in its instruction during the coming 1st Term, Academic Year 2013-2014. The proposed course is “Holistic Education and Special Topics” (HOLEST), which takes up not only great works but according to a student’s college…

Ex-CJ to handle Law subjects at DLSU
by Carina Cruz and CJ Cachola

Former Chief Justice Renato Corona, impeached from his post in late May last year, will begin his work in DLSU as a part-time professor by the first term of next academic year. Corona will be handling courses offered under the Commercial Law Department of the Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business (COB). Commercial Law…

Incentives to be formally incorporated into curriculum
by Carina Cruz and Kim Ho Jae

To strengthen student organizations and student involvement in extracurricular activities, DLSU has decided to officially incorporate a new policy: incentive points will become an official part of DLSU’s grading system. “Starting next academic year, granting incentives for students who attend University parties and other events will be mandatory,” says Student LIFE Director Evelyn Lopez-Esparrago. The…

Democracy to thrive in the Cory Aquino Democratic Space
by Jan-Ace Mendoza and Michelle Sta Romana

The legacy of Former President Corazon Aquino is well and alive, deep in the heart of De La Salle University. The Corazon Aquino Democratic Space – fondly termed by the Lasallian community as the Democratic Space – is a 2,300 square meter open field beside Henry Sy Sr. Hall’s ground floor, serving as a walkway…

ITS to hire CCS students
by Marguit Tolentino, Sonam Sanghu and Srishti Lakhmani

The Information and Technology Services (ITS) office has approved the decision to permit students from the College of Computer Studies (CCS) to aid in the management of the My LaSalle (MLS) website for applied course credit. A group of students from CCS has come up with a system that addresses Lasallians’ complaints with the MLS…

DLSU receives level V PAASCU accreditation
by Patrick Ong and Juan Batalla

Following the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) accreditation last February 18-19 and 27-28, PAASCU has resolved to give DLSU a level V accreditation – the newest level an institution of higher learning could receive. PAASCU is a member of the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP), and educational institutions…

Winning Candidates offered acting stint by HTG
by Jan-Ace Mendoza

A position in the upcoming University Student Government (USG) is not the only thing that winners of this year’s general elections will look forward to. In recognition of their remarkable display of emotions during their Miting de Avance (MDA) speeches, the Harlequin Theater Guild (HTG) approached several winning candidates to participate in their upcoming major…