Several De La Salle University student groups including the Student Media Council, Culture and Arts Office, and the Center for Social Concern and Action gathered earlier this evening, February 15, at the Pearl of Great Price Chapel for a mass, and at the facade of St. La Salle Hall for a candle-lighting ceremony in support of press freedom.Read More
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Let’s give our all out support as Lasallians to Rappler. Let’s defend press freedom. Let’s make our voices heard. Let’s vote with our feet and stand with Maria Ressa!
— Br. Armin Luistro FSC
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A total of 164 delegates are here at La Salle University Ozamiz for the De La Salle Philippines Academic and Cultural Festival 2019. These students are from the following participating schools: De La Salle Araneta University, De La Salle Lipa, De La Salle University-Dasmariñas, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute, De La Salle University - Integrated School, De La Salle Andres Soriano Memorial College, De La Salle John Bosco College, La Salle Academy, La Salle College Antipolo, La Salle Green Hills, La Salle University, St. Jaime Hilario School - De La Salle Bataan, St. Joseph School - La Salle (Bacolod).
Br Jimmy Dalumpines FSC, LSU President and Mr. Ramelle Javier, Basic Education Commission Chairperson opened the festivities with energetic live performances from the Excelsis Band and Basic Education Subanen Instrumentalists.
No drizzle and rain can stop the excitement of the Lasallian community as more engaging activities are set for #DLSPACF2019!
I must have been five years old then. I was always told by my elders to sleep after lunch – when it would have been much more fun to play or watch TV. I remember very well the words my aunts would unleash if they wanted me to obey. “Sige ka, kapag hindi ka sumunod, ipadadampot kita sa Metrocom.”Read More
De La Salle Philippines welcomes the participants from various indigenous peoples communities to the Training-workshop on the Bloom Software for Indigenous Peoples Education (IPEd) Teachers from September 18 to 21 at the Retreat House, La Salle Green Hills. Bloom is a tool that will make it easier for them to produce basic books in the mother tongue for early grades.Read More