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Denise Nicole Uy
Night at South Gate: Meet the Stoners
Feature Hanasherie Shookt // April 1, 2020

The University’s famed South Gate underwent a significant renovation in 2017. Gone was the little nook older Lasallians were familiar with and here was its natural evolution: a state of the art entryway reminiscent of those in posh malls. Everyday, many hurriedly pass through the spacious area, oblivious to the looming structure standing in the…

It’s not just a joke
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…

Go green with Imee: Education fit for a Queen
Feature Hanasherie Shookt // March 31, 2019

Imee Marcos, whose political accomplishments can only be rivaled by her university degrees, has once again proven her intellectual might by being appointed as an honorary professor in newly instated Pan De Salle’s College of Economics (PDSCEC), teaching Foreign Resource Management. After reviewing her multiple contributions to the cultural development of the Philippines, her strong…

U Break returns: Friday is free
Feature Shookt // March 31, 2018

The University has heard your concerns. It has seen you bleed sweat, cry blood, and inhale tears as you battle the Friday traffic. Last term, students organized a petition to revert the U Break back to Fridays. But the petition failed as the administration pushed through with its hasty plan. The students called for reform;…

Jollibee opening inside De La Salle University
Feature Jollibee Shookt // April 1, 2017

Jollibee has long been considered a Filipino icon. Many people have shared fond memories at this staple. Perhaps you celebrated one of your birthdays there once, or you have memories of a parent bringing home an order of 2-piece chicken with spaghetti for merienda; whatever the case, Jollibee has been embedded into Filipino pop culture….