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30 OCTOBER 2000. VOLUME 32. NUMBER 23. 4 PAGES_ 

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Novena Masses for the dead

A daily mass for the whole of November will be offered for our dead relatives and friends. Envelopes are available at the Pearl of Great Price Chapel and at the Lasallian Pastoral Office for those interested to enlist their own beloved departed.

Culinary Club prepares for the holiday

Learn how to prepare Christmas goodies and earn extra this Christmas!

On November 4, the Human Resources Development Office (HRDO) will sponsor the Culinary Club’s second term offering, Homemade Christmas Goodies. The activity will be held from 8 a.m. to 12 noon at the Staff Lounge.

Participants will learn how to prepare chocolate crinkles, apple sliced cake, and food for the gods (fruit cake).

The activity has limited slots. For reservation, e-mail hrdomap, or call at loc. 161, or visit the HRDO and look for Aya Azurin-Punzalan.

Deadline for exchange student to Han Nam University, South Korea

The Academic Linkages Office is now accepting applicants for the Student Exchange Program between DLSU-Manila and Han Nam University, South Korea. Only La Salle undergraduates who have no failing grade and have at least 2.5 GPA are qualified to apply. Applicants should submit their resume, transcript of records, discipline office clearance, two recommendation letters, and 2 x 2 colored pictures on or before October 31.

For more information, look for Reodel Masilungan at the Academic Linkages Office, L124.

Sports Complex bookstore now open

Everyone is invited to visit the bookstore at the Brother Athanasius Sports Complex. Find the latest books and magazines, office and school supplies, and La Salle souvenir items. For more enjoyment, also visit the coffeshop. The bookstore also offers catering services for different occasions, such as meetings, seminars, and parties.

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