“My.LaSalle” portal opens more Web services
and the Professional Schools Inc. launched its own internet
portal dubbed “My La Salle.” ITC conceptualized the portal
from a single idea—to give each De La Salle internet account
holder access to the University’s different information services
This portal is a one-stop information system that enables
an active account holder to use the different information
services such as subject availability, subject schedules,
campus calendar, campus news and events, and e-mail using
the Outlook Web Access.
The system recognizes its users if they are active students
or faculty members and will display the appropriate features
or settings that their user level access allows them to have.
Students can check the subjects available during enrollment
or inquire about their academic status without going to the
They can also inquire on campus news and activities. On the
other hand, faculty members can take a look at their class
schedules or download class lists for their use. Eventually,
the system will allow students to enrol online.
ITC is continuously developing the portal to keep up with
the growing needs of its customers and the amazing pace of
free concert pays tribute to Sylvia La Torre
The Cultural Arts Office (CAO) will present a tribute to Sylvia
La Torre dubbed“
An Early Evening of Fine Music” on February 23, 7 p.m., at
Mendoza, Harlequin Theatre Guild adviser, believes that the
tribute to La Torre will help revive and preserve the Filipino
classical music, which is an important part of our heritage.
CAO reaches out to the Lasallian community by bringing La
Torre’s music, hoping to generate students’ interest in Filipino
traditional songs, or the kundiman, in this MTV-dominated
CAO groups participating in the show include the Harlequin
Theatre Guild, the Chamber Ensemble, Innersoul, Boöties, and
the DLSU Dance Troupe. La Torre will present a special number
for the Lasallian community.
This is the third of a series of cultural shows sponsored
by CAO to enrich the Lasallian community’s appreciation of
this exclusive DLSU-Manila desk clock for free
DLSU-Manila’s publication for alumni and friends, is giving
away this silver desk clock to 10 lucky people. Just tell
us about one pioneering Lasallian person or project that set
a record in either the local or international scene. You may
want to look into the records of your college or department.
Send a brief description of this “Lasallian First” to: the
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at local 144.