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DLSU Announces 18th Lasallian Scholarum Awards Finalists

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De La Salle University recently revealed the finalists of the Lasallian Scholarum Awards (LSA), the university’s flagship program that recognizes exemplary media coverage of youth and education stories.

The 2023 edition of the merit-based awards program returns as a physical event for the first time after being held online for the past two years. The awarding ceremony will be conducted on March 22 on the DLSU Manila Campus.

In its 18th year, LSA highlights stories that champion both the nation’s youth and the continued advancement of the education system through innovative storytelling.

With its theme “Youth: Represent,” the program aims to capture the youth sector’s voice in saying: “We are here.” Through the LSA, DLSU continues to honor the youth and the education sector as it also gears them towards the center of national discussion.

The LSA covers five categories across various media channels from print and online to television.

The finalists for the following categories are:

Outstanding Published Feature Article on youth and education in a nationally circulated publication

1 of 5 young Filipinos have considered suicide – UP survey
Abby Boiser
Philippine Daily Inquirer

A personal farewell to fully online education
Rafael Gerardo S. Tensuan
Business World

DepEd addresses learning gaps as in-person classes start
Kaithreen Cruz
Manila Times

God, girls, and growing up in a Catholic school
Marga Ancheta
The Philippine Star

Private schools not against F2F classes
Janvic Mateo
The Philippine Star

Regional student filmmakers stand out in climate advocacy film fest
Seymour B. Sanchez
Business Mirror

SariCycle: Continuing a cycle of change
Ysabelle Asuncion
The Philippine Star

Slowly but surely, schools are ready for face-to-face classes
Anne Ruth Dela Cruz
Business Mirror

Students size up return of onsite classes
Dan Navarro
The Daily Tribune

Young inventor develops keychain microscope
Kaithreen Cruz
Manila Times

Outstanding feature story on De La Salle University

‘Cancel Culture’ Has Become More Pronounced on Social Media – DLSU Study
Aytch dela Cruz
OneNews.PH

DLSU’s ‘Agapay’ Project, a wearable exoskeleton for motor rehabilitation, gets first patent certificate
Dhel Nazario
Manila Bulletin

DLSU pays tribute to F. Sionil Jose: ‘A life fully lived, the life of literature’
Totel V. de Jesus
ABS-CBN News

Former Pisay student invents eco-friendly aircon
Bernie V. Franco
PEP.PH

La Salle-DOST project seeks to preserve Mangyan script
Jane Bautista
Inquirer.Net

Parinig, online rambulan’ perceived by Filipino youth as cyberbullying: DLSU study
Anna Cerezo
ABS-CBN News

Social factors must be considered in education reforms – psychologist
Jane Bautista
Philippine Daily Inquirer

This e-dictionary aims to save dying languages
Gabriela Baron
Manila Bulletin

Why we need more women in STEM
Gabriela Baron
Manila Bulletin

Wider-range cyberbullying experienced by Filipino youth: DLSU study
Pola Rubio
Yahoo Philippines

Outstanding Published feature article on youth and education in a school organ

Diving into the realms of the Filipino children’s book industry
Albert Bofill, Therese Genota
The LaSallian
De La Salle University

Homecoming: DLSU students prepare for hybrid learning on Term 1, AY 2022-2023
Barbara Gutierrez and Alecxis Bianca Libang
The LaSallian
De La Salle University

LOAs beneficial to students, but returnees call for easier processes
Kay Estepa, Angelo Emmanuel Fernandez, Marypaul Jostol
The LaSallian
De La Salle University

Peering Through the Faculty’s Perspective on Post-Pandemic Education
Adam Torres
Philippine Collegian
University of the Philippines

Rutang Filipino: Unang Hakbang sa Edukasyong Maka-Pilipino?
Arvene John P. Dela Cruz at Norwin D. Trilles
FEU Advocate
Far Eastern University

Simplified or diversified?: Reviewing the influence of local children’s media on young girls
Alexandra Simone Enriquez, Alessandra Pauleen Gomez, Juliana March Mendoza
The LaSallian
De La Salle University

Toward inclusive learning: Integrating LGBTQ+ studies in basic Philippine education
Deo Cruzada, Barbara Gutierrez
The LaSallian
De La Salle University

When the party is over
Patricia G. Policarpio, Camille Dominique (Mon) Salipsip and Khaela C. Vijar
The Guidon
Ateneo De Manila University

Working from a distance, are virtual internships for better or worse?
Matthew Gan, Marypaul Jostol
The LaSallian
De La Salle University

Youth in office
Ashley Enriquez and Khaela C. Vijar
The Guidon
Ateneo De Manila University

Outstanding online feature article on youth and education

5 ways the Philippines can prepare its schools for health crises in 2022
Bonz Magsambol
Rappler

A Filipino college student discovered two new species of beetles during the pandemic
Rafael Bautista
Nylon Manila

After 2 years of distance learning, PH schools return to face-to-face classes
Bonz Magsambol
Rappler

Grade 12 student in Isabela earns admissions, scholarships from 7 universities abroad
Bernie Franco
PEP.PH

How This Mom Of Two Became The First-Ever Summa Cum Laude Of UP Clark
Judy Santiago Aladin
Smart Parenting

IP couple provides free Wi-Fi for school children
Rhaydz B. Barcia
Manila Times

Son of vendor, driver graduates at rich kids’ school in Bacolod
Carla Gomez
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Street vendor and tricycle driver’s son, now a chemical engineering graduate; grateful to scholarships
Bernie Franco
PEP.PH

These 4 Filipino Students Overcame Odds to Graduate from Top Universities
Margo Hannah De Guzman Quadra
Good News Pilipinas

Zero budget for special education in 2023 makes SPED law ‘meaningless’
Kurt Dela Peña
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Outstanding video feature story on youth and education

Balik Ilog
Kara David and Anna Isabelle Matutina
i-Witness
GMA News and Public Affairs

COVID 19: Addressing the education crisis
Pinky Webb and Paolo Abrera
CNN Philippines

Estudyante na, taho vendor pa
Noli De Castro
KBYN: Kaagapay ng Bayan
ABS-CBN

Fimagas Class of 2022
Atom Araullo
i-Witness
GMA News and Public Affairs

Here Comes the Child Bride
Atom Araullo
i-Witness
GMA News and Public Affairs

Living in a sinking island
Neil Mercado
Look Through
Inquirer.Net

Runaway Child Brides – Ang Kuwento ng mga Tumakas sa Buya ng mga Manobo
Lilian Tiburcio and Bryan Kristoffer J. Brazil
Stand for Truth
GMA News and Public Affairs

Usok sa Gubat
Kara David
i-Witness
GMA News and Public Affairs

The Lasallian Scholarum Awards worked with an independent media-monitoring agency for the initial screening of youth and education stories throughout the year. The entries then went through an internal screening by an esteemed pool of faculty and communication experts. The final entries were then turned over to external LSA judges, a board composed of respected leaders and prime movers in the country, who ensure the integrity of the Lasallian Scholarum Awards.

Also part of the ceremony is the awarding of the first Outstanding Media Personality Award. It will be presented to a media practitioner that showed admirable attributes, serving as a role model to journalists-in-the-making. The recipient of this award was selected by Lasallian student journalists together with the university’s Student Media Office.

DLSU’s annual recognition for the media has also been an avenue for Filipino artists to create. This year, awardees in the professional categories will receive a sculpture uniquely designed and crafted by renowned multimedia artist Toym De Leon Imao.

The event will be participated by all the finalists together with DLSU administrators and selected students in an intimate gathering.

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