What goes on in the Marcos family group chat?
When they returned to the Philippines from a five-year-long vacation to Hawaii in the 1990s, the Marcoses only had a country-wide reserve of Tallano gold, a ridiculous amount of stolen cash, and a dream. The family, whose generosity is only rivaled by their numerous bachelor’s degrees, had a vision for the Philippines: rice worth P20 […]
Match point: Unearthing relationships through Valorant
Finding love in a game like Valorant may seem like a dream to some. But in an unexpected twist, this is a reality that many players experience. Is it the deep and sultry voice when speaking in team comms that catches one’s attention? Or is it the players’ chill and positive vibes that leave others […]
Bewails and boasts: Comments on the proceedings of the Lasallian lexicon
Come one and come all to hear what esteemed scholar Henry Librarius has to say about common modern Lasallian slang.
United they stand: BBM vloggers as warriors of truth
For BBM supporters, vlogging has become a means to promote truth and unity–after all, there is no better way to carry out historical revisionism than through personal videos.
Bombarded but never bored: The DLSU sludge TikTok takeover
In an attempt to cater to the learning style of this generation, Lasallian professors have turned to the TikTok trend of “sludging” during course lectures.
Barking up the right tree with ‘DLSU ASO’
Following the birth of the much awaited dog organization DLSU ASO, the cats of DLSU PUSA take a stand.
Trials of Love: When Oppa steals your girl
In a typical relationship, an additional third party would usually be cause for a break-up. But it’s a whole other story when it’s a hot, handsome, and popular KPop band member.
Age is just a number (but not when she’s over 25)
Despite eliciting raised eyebrows and sour looks, middle-aged men continue to pursue women half their age.
Reformed and informed, enlightened frosh bullies promote “DTF”
As frosh hate becomes more and more rampant within the Lasallian community, implementation of the “Dont! The Frosh!” program is underway to address the issue.