Thank you to all who stayed tuned. 🙂 See you next semester!
The DLSUD Stallions thanks Maam Annie Sarile, Sir Marco Polo and Maam Joy Parohino, Dean, Assoc. Dean, CEAT Community, and the whole Lasallian Community.
“Siguro sakin, kaya ko palang maghandle ng ganito kalaking project. Hindi ko talaga ineexpect na ganito mangyayare sakin, maraming opportunities ang dumating galing sa iba’t ibang lugar. Parang yung tatahakin ko, nakikita ko na.” – Jan Ian
“Malaking privilege samin. Nagkaroon kami ng benchmark. Iniimagine lang namin yun na mangyari, pero noong nandun na kami sa lugar. For me, I can say being a team player. I need to be humble as well. I have to accept na kahit ako yung nagdesign, I have to accept other people’s idea para magworkout siya.”
“Kaya ko palang hindi lang sa sarili ko, kaya kong maghandle ng project na ganito [kalaki]. Madadala ko talaga to sa future ko. Nakikita ko na yung tatahakin ko.”
“If they did not join the competition, this will all be only a dream.” – Mrs. Sarile
“Kabada kami kasi yung engine namin brand new. Yung time na yun we’re desperate.”
“Nalungkot ako noong sinabi nila na all prototype vehicles should go back to their products”
On the last 30 mins before the race, cramming and desperation took upon the team but they did not lose hope on the car and the engine.
There are three stages in the inspection. The first is the steering, they passed. The second is the design, they also passed. and the last is the fuel system, which they failed.
Socializing with other teams helped in the development of the car because tips were being shared.
“As an engineer, matutong kang gumawa ng paraan na magkaroon ng mabilisang solusyon.”- Jan Ian
“Lalo na nung nagkaroon ng problem, nakaka-kaba talaga. For me, yung steering. Dun kami nagka-problema. Nasira siya agad. The steering became a problem in the technical.” -Roj
With the help of Mrs. Sarile, a campaign was held to support the DLSU-D Stallions.
Special Guest, Mrs. Annie Sarile
Live now with DLSU-D Team Manager Jan Ian Karlo Penalba and Roj Balitostos, driver of the DLSU-D Stallions.
[12:10] Interview with the two members of the DLSU-D Stallions
DLSU-D Stallions to DLSU-ECT:
“Congratuations sainyo! nainspire kami sainyo kasi as kapwa lasallian, we look up to you and we look forward in time na makukuha din namin yung title as well.”
DLSU-ECT’s message to DLSU-D Stallions:
“Since first time niyong makasali ngayon, you need to continue your development as a team. Sa kotse din. Ipagpatuloy yan, kasi once na na-stop yan, mahirap ng ibalik. Malaki ang potentials natin bilang mga Lasallian. Start early.” – Gian and Carlo
“Being a leader is the Lasallian aspect that i applied and learnt during the project. Hindi lang para samin itong competition, hindi lang para sa achievement and school. What important here is for the other people to do what we do. We are part of this eco system. We need to make this eco system more beautiful and friendly.” – Gian
“Effective communication is essential. Para sakin, yung pagiging effective communicator. Hindi ko mamamaange yung team ng mabuti without it. Because of comm skills napakita namin na ma-achieve na sama sama yung goal namin.”- Carlo
The cars are at DLSU but are not yet opened to the public.
“First time namin mag-manage ng team, so aside from tech aspects sa paggawa ng kotse and systems. We really learned how to manage our members and teams. Iba iba kasi yung ugali ng team members.” – Gian
“Na swertihan po namin na isa kami sa pinakaunang natapos sa inspection and yung benefit namin dun is nakapagpractice po kami ng maaga.” – Gian
“Project siya ng school mismo, ito yung mga gusto ng estudyanteng gawin para ipakita na kaya namin gumawa ng Eenrgy Efficient na sasakyan. Ang mga members at sumasali dito ay volunteers lang” -Carlo
“Masayang masayo po kasi first time lang namin actually makakamit ng first place. Yung time po ng pagdevelop sakanya (Delta) is about 2 years”. Yung teamwork po namin ay talagang crucial sa proyektong ito. Yung teamwork namin ay napakita talaga during the competition. Actually, yung team po ni Carlo yung nanalo last year.” – Gian
Live interview via phone patch with the DLSU-ECT team manager, Mr. Gian Paul Giron, a BS Mechanical Engineering Student who joined the Eco Car Team of DLSU as a Junior Member of Engine Committee and Ms. Carlo De Guzman, a BS Computer Engineering Student who served as their Electronics Team Head
Segment three: TATAK LASALYANO
UP NEXT: LIVE INTERVIEW WITH DLSU-D STALLIONS and DLSU-ECT
The Allied Business Department of De La Salle University-Dasmarinas (DLSU-D) offers an Investment Seminar entitled “Stotz on Campus Tour2: Long-term Investing to Beat the Professionals” on March 19, 2015 at the Ugnayang La Salle (ULS). As a speaker, Andrew Stotz is invited who was awarded winning financial analyst and president of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society in Thailand.
This seminar offers key principles of the finance into a short list of Dos and Donts based on Stotz’s years of experience in the financial industry. According to Ms. Larrae Magbanua, the president of College of Business Administration and Accountancy Student Office, they decided to offer this event in hope for the Lasalle students especially for the graduating students to be learned in managing and investing their money since they are going to get a job and earn income.
Live report by Kim Min Kyung.
The summer sports clinic to the DLSU-D Students and staffs to promote the physical wellness, they offer swimming, basketball, volleyball, and karatedo and in addition, for this year, the department added the sports like aero jam, aqua aero and chess.
The enrollment of this activity for the employees’ children & immediate dependents is on March 3 to15 and March 16 to 31 to the public. There will be 20% discount to the DLSU-D faculty and staff
De La Salle University- Dasmarinas’ Alumni Relations and Placement Office brings the Mobile Application of NBI Clearance and SSS (E1) Number at University’s ULS, Ugnayang La Salle on March 26, 2015 from 10:00AM until 3:00PM. The office get connect themselves with NBI, The National Bureau of Investigation and SSS, Social Security System to make the Mobile Application possible especially for all the graduating students of DLSU-D this School Year.
This is open not only for graduating students but also for guests and alumni also. For those who will be getting their NBI Clearance and SSS Number, bring two valid I.D.’s and a photocopy of your Birth Certificate. The fee for the Application is only Php 115.00.
Live report from Samantha Morales
Champion in the 16th Inter School Pre Medicine Quiz Show at Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM):
- Katleen Grace Maniago (MEB 41)
- James Daniel Omalin (MEB 41)
- Jayvee Anne Pelayo (HUB 43)
- Marco de Guzman (MEB 31) – Substitute
- Bianca Moredo (MEB 31) – Substitute
- Mr. Norbel Tabo – Coach
Silver Medal in Web Design Category:
- Juvar Abrera
- Rafael Bono
- Kathleen Lumandas – Coach
Bronze Medal in IT Quiz Bee
- Michael Angelo Go
- Syeya Omelig
- Mr. Jayson Sable – Coach
Senior students of BS Biology major in Human Biology Nathaniel Peter Glenn Z. Castasus and Anna Shielu Y. Chandumal also won second place in the Research Poster Competition of the 7th Scientific Meeting of the Philippine Society of Parasitology held at the Far Eastern University Manila.
Their research paper entitled, “Detection of Parasites in Chanos Chanos (Milkfish) and Oreochromis niloticus (Nile tilapia) from Laguna Bay”, done under the supervision of Dr. Cristina C. Salibay, they have outdone 11 competitors from the different prestigious universities in Manila.
The De La Salle University- Dasmarinas’ graduating Public Relations Students under the Communication and Journalism Department of the College of Liberal Arts and Communication, is conducting a campaign called Project Pixie Dust for the children from Illan- Illang and Remedios Day Care Center.
Drop boxes are located in the different colleges of the university where people can drop their slippers for donation. The project commenced last March 12, 2015 and the actual giving of the slippers to the children is on March 24, 2015 at Barangay Zone 1-A Covered Court, Dasmarinas, Cavite, starting 1:00pm to 4:00pm.
95.9 Green FM team will be opening radio camp this coming summer to train future disc jockeys, announcers and reporters. Green FM team will be training the radio campers on how to produce their own radio program. With the use of the Julian Felipe Hall laboratories, campers will have a chance to get real-time experience in handling different radio formats from news to music shows. Radio personalities from the industry will also be invited to mentor the promising campers. The camp will start from April to May.
The camp is open for participants ages 12 years old and up. Interested campers can register to the Communication and Journalism Department of De La Salle Univerisity – Dasmarinas or call 4811900 local 3108
The DLSU-D Stallions did not get to enter the final race of the Shell Eco Marathon that was held on February 27, 2015 to March 1, 2015. Although they passed all the technical inspection stages, they did not reach the 2:30 cut off for the final inspection for the race. The reason for the delay was the long line and time consuming inspections.
Despite not reaching the final stage, the DLSU-D Stallions are still happy because among the different countries that joined, they reached the inspections stage.
Live interview with Abraham Tayao.
The team felt nervousness during the inspection stage but still were happy because they reached the stage. When they passed the inspection, the team were full of tears of joy.
Welcome, Back! Now, let’s talk about news about the Lasallian Community.
That is all for the Headline News. Up next: BALITANG LASALYANO
Her Royal Highness Princess Anne of Great Britain visited the Philippines from March 17 to 19. Her visit has a connection with her charity and humanitarian activities. She’s been serving “Save the Chirldren” as a President for more than four decades.
The Royal Princess went to Ormoc City and visited the people who survived the devastation of Typhoon Yolanda. Princess Anne had a courtesy call at the Malacanang Palace and was welcomed by President Aquino. They talked about the future plans of Save the Children as they also had a deliberation about the implementation of the organization’s projects in the country
During the month of April this year Catholics will once again celebrate the Lenten season. The Catholic Bishop’s Conference of the Philippines or CBCP urges Catholics to wear T-shirts with the message “Huwag Kang Magnakaw” which is about corruption and thievery at present.
Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle said in a circular published on February 25 that wearing this shirt is a “symbol of rejecting the act of stealing.” He also mentioned that this advocacy intends to be a journey on unearthing stealing in our society.
The t-shirts can be bought at P150 in Adamson University, Radio Veritas in Quezon City, Caritas Manila in Pandacan Manila and is selected parishes in the country. People can also support this advocacy by listening to “Huwag Kang Magnanakaw” program in Radio Veritas.
Anontio’s of Tagaytay City is now part of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants as of 2015. It is ranked no. 48 and was voted by over 300 leaders of the Food Industry in Asia. Other restaurants included in the Ranking are from the six different regions of Asia.
The owner of the Antonio’s is Chef Antonio “Tony Boy” Escalante. The restaurant has a modern European theme with a hint of Filipino culture.
According to William Reed, the author of World’s 50 Best Restaurant, Antonio’s Restaurant is a place “with idyllic surroundings with a menu match”.
Live at CITHM, Camille Pe.
On the 110th commencement exercise of the Philippine Military Academy, Sinaglahi Class of 2015, P’noy talked in front of the graduating batch and subliminally addressed those who are against his administration’s reform platforms. He warned those opposing the administration’s program that they will be crushed if they continue to put the country in danger.
“It is clear that only those who play blind and deaf are the only ones who do not feel the changes in our society.” – Pres. Noynoy Aquino III
At the end of his speech, he encourage the graduating batch to use their talent, along with hard work to surpass the accomplishments of the previous batches, so that the future generation could live in a nation where there is good governance and no-corruption.
As the new Chair and Commissioner of the Human Rights Commission she leads an agency that is investigating complaints of discrimination and retaliation in employment, housing and public accommodations; also providing education, outreach, and training to the public to prevent discrimination before it occurs and prevent intergroup conflict or tension.
The Junior New System of the Philippines has wowed the judges of Asia’s Got Talent and got four yeses because of their energetic dance routine. The group consists of 9 boys ages 16-23 from Sampaloc, Manila. It is also their first time to join an international dance competition.
Here is their amazing performance.
Live interview, now, via Skype with Marcial Visda, the artistic director of the Junior New System group.
According to the interview, The team cannot believe that they got the chance to join the competition because it is an international competition. They also need to level up their game to further impress the judges. The preparation was a very crucial step to make their performance sharp.
“Double, Triple, Sikap!” -Marcial Visda
De La Salle University – Manila (DLSU) Eco Marathon Team bags the first place in Shell Fuel Save Gasoline Urban Concept Category in the 2015 Shell Eco Marathon Asia at Rizal Park last February 26 – March 1. The car that the engineering students of DLSU made and assembled is called Delta. More than 120 group participants from 17 countries all over the world joined the competition, 27 groups were from 14 schools in the Philippines.
TUTOK LASALYANO SABADO IS NOW STARTING!!!
5 mins before the start of TUTOK LASALYANO SABADO! Prepare you radios, sit back and relax.
In TUTOK LASALYANO SABADO
We will interview the two outstanding race teams of the Shell Eco Marathon Asia 2015
DLSU Eco Car Team, winner of the Urban Concept Shell Fuel Save Gasoline category
DLSU-D Stallions, the first representative of Cavite province to the Shell Eco Marathon Asia
Both Lasalyano – ANIMO!
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