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25 SEPTEMBER 2000. VOLUME 32. NUMBER 18. 4 PAGES_ 

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Statement of Concern

We view with grave concern the accusations hurled at DECS Secretary Andrew Gonzalez and other DECS officials by Senator Juan Ponce Enrile.

In the interest of truth and justice, we urge a formal investigation by the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee. We are confident that any such investigation will confirm that Brother Andrew is a man of total honesty and integrity.

As elections draw nearer and the need for public attention becomes more intense, we urge our political leaders not to use their parliamentary privilege to launch personal attacks on people of proven probity, all for political gain.

We hope that this is not the start of a campaign to interfere in the internal affairs of DECS, in preparation for the coming elections, where teachers will play a pivotal role.

We stand solidly behind Brother Andrew. We believe that, through his leadership, DECS has reformed and improved our educational system.

Signed:
BRO. ROLANDO DIZON, FSC
President
De La Salle University 
BRO. ARMIN LUISTRO, FSC
Provincial Superior
De La Salle Brothers
DR. CARMELITA QUEBENGCO 
Executive Vice President 
DLSU, Inc.
DR. WILFRIDO VILLACORTA
University Fellow
DR. ISAGANI CRUZ
University Fellow
DR. AURORA TRANCE
President, Faculty Association
RONALD HOLMES 
Executive Vice President, 
College of St. Benilde
JOLINA MALLARI
President
Student Council
DR. TERESO TULLAO
Dean, College of Business and Economics

Other article: Enrile's arithmetic By Dean Jorge Bocobo (OPINION)

Submission of research proposals

URCO is now accepting proposals for research and materials development projects. Deadline is on October 13. For forms, call URCO at loc.164, or go to LS Mezz 154, or visit the Intranet at http://intranet.dlsu.edu.ph/misc/downloads/forms.

Ballroom dancing sessions

The Institute for Faculty Development (IFD) invites faculty members, academic service personnel, and academic service faculty to attend free ballroom dancing sessions every Monday and Wednesday of October, 1:00-2:30 p.m., at Room 804, Brother Athanasius Sports Complex. Sign-up with IFD (call local 127 or e-mail coedpn) on or before Friday, September 29. 

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