Maroon turned green: GDL bros bring play to DLSU
by Arvin Abaniel and Jeremiah Dizon
Balls Shookt Sports Feature // April 1, 2020

Through a heartfelt letter released on Instagram and Twitter, former UP Fighting Maroons Juan and Javi Gomez de Liaño shocked UAAP basketball fans as the brothers announced that they will be officially taking their talents to the DLSU Green Archers. In an exclusive follow-up interview with The LuhSallian, both players acknowledged the Diliman-based community and…

Night at South Gate: Meet the Stoners
by Emily Lim, Denise Nicole Uy and Trisha Concepcion
Feature Hanasherie Shookt //

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…

VAR to be implemented in UAAP Football next season 
by Diego Vergel de Dios and Rain Leoncio
Balls Shookt Sports Feature //

Referees have one of the toughest jobs in sports as both sides inevitably disagree with their decisions, some even shouting and complaining throughout the duration of a game. Even if these referees perform with utmost objectivity, athletes will spot lapses and miscues in order for them to let their voice be heard. Team sports are…

No more ‘Ten-nenen-nene-tenenenen’: Hydro Flasks produce loudest sound on Earth, to replace Carillon Bells
by Ryan Lim
Breaking The Surface Sayans Shookt //

Last March 28, the University’s Board of Trustees officially announced that the campus Carillon Bells will be replaced with a soundtrack composed solely of Hydro Flask collisions in a bid to “increase academic performance and punctuality”. Suffice to say, the recognizable chime that marks the start and end of every class period—and day—will never be…

Outtatime: DLSU Eco Car Team’s time-traveling wonder
by Anakin Loewes Garcia, William Ong and Isabelle Santiago
Feature Hanasherie Shookt //

The future is always moving forward. While technology is getting closer to the fictional future depicted in movies—with self-driving cars and spaceships to Mars slowly becoming a reality—speed isn’t always the name of the game. The DLSU Eco Car Team (DLSU ECT) is one such example of this, being a team of young inventors who…

DLSU College of Gaming unveiled, to be housed at St. Mutien Marie Hall
by Kyle Luigi Go, Enrico Sebastian Salazar and Bench Peralta
Shookt Straight News Universitea, siz //

With the College of Computer Studies already offering programs such as Bachelor of Science in Interactive Entertainment major in Game Development and Bachelor of Science in Interactive Entertainment major in Game Art and Design, it was only a matter of time before the University would decide to introduce several degree programs focusing on competitive gaming….

Scientists introduce data bigger than Big Data
by Raymund Medialdea
Feature Sayans Shookt //

As the world marches onward from the Age of Information to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, larger and more diverse datasets travel through cyberspace at the speed of Lightning McQueen. A sizable portion of peoples’ lives is dictated by data, depicted in how corporations collect and interpret user information to service their customers. From Google searches…

Carpio Room unveiled, Justice Antonio Carpio to teach in DLSU
by Kyle Luigi Go, John Robert Lee and Bench Peralta
Shookt Straight News Universitea, siz //

Former Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio has already retired from his duties at the Supreme Court since October 23 of last year, but he has still not let up on delivering almost quarterly lectures on the West Philippine Sea Dispute at the University.  To honor his life’s work, the University administration and the International Studies…