Cuts made, Lasallian values maintained (February 11, 2016 Issue)

The Office of the President had to make the difficult decision yesterday to cut costs via termination in effort to maintain short-term stability and long-term prosperity. President Dr. Colleen Hanycz and her administration terminated 33 janitorial employees in an effort to reduce costs during challenging financial times. Although it is unfortunate that La Salle’s financial […]

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More issues need further exploring in referendum process (February 4, 2016 Issue)

Last week, the Collegian praised the Students’ Government Association for initiating two new referenda meant to engage the student population in issues that matter to them. For those unaware, the issues up for voting are whether to make the St. Miguel townhouses gender neutral and institute a universal grading system across all core classes. While […]

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La Salle needs network upgrades (December 3, 2015 Issue)

The college experience has become Internet-based. Adapting to the tools that the Internet provides for both professors and students, grades and assignments are accessed through sites like Blackboard and Canvas, files for group assignments are shared through emails and file sharing services like Google Drive and Dropbox and down time is spent streaming video through […]

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“Let us know: delay in communication from security leaves students unaware,” Collegian Editorial (September 11, 2014 issue)

The Opinion of La Salle University’s Student Newspaper Shootings near La Salle’s campus are an unfortunate occurrence. The North Philadelphia neighborhood is not the safest area, but that does not stop students from crowding the off campus streets on weekend nights. Unfortunately, on Monday Sept. 10 around 10 p.m. there was a shooting. Although it […]

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“Culture of acceptance questioned on campus,” Collegian Editorial (April 10, 2014 issue)

The Opinion of La Salle University’s Student Newspaper On Wednesday, April 9, Derrick Gordon, a sophomore guard at the University of Massachusetts, stated that he was homosexual. This announcement makes Gordon the first publicly gay athlete in Division I basketball. Over the past year, we have seen gay players come out in men’s professional basketball […]

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