Archer Speak Volume 2

A publication of the III-ABCO, Class of Lasalle College Antipolo (Batch 2017)

SILENCED BREVITY

  A well-known artist, Zayn Malik, formerly known as a member of the boy band One Direction found a different direction and flies solo. Surely, it devastated millions of fans, … Continue reading

April 16, 2016 · Leave a comment

Ligtas ba tumawid ng kalsada?

   

April 15, 2016 · Leave a comment

Mosquito Epidemic

      We asked a few member of the LSCA community to tell us what has been their pet- peeve ever since the school year started here in the … Continue reading

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The inaccessible computers in the LSCA library

    La Salle College of Antipolo library has important purposes in the students: Helps the students to get full information about their school needs, borrowing credible books, confirmation of … Continue reading

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Sino ba dapat mag laan ng gamit ng CA?

    One of the biggest issues that the LSCA Communication Arts community faced is that the school must provide for the equipments of the students under the said course. … Continue reading

April 15, 2016 · Leave a comment

CHEATING AND PLAGIARISM: An Academic Offense

      Last March 30, 2016, we interviewed some of La Salle College Antipolo’s students to know whether or not the students have any knowledge to the sanctions that … Continue reading

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Hair doesn’t matter

      Loud hair color for women and any length on men do not affect a student`s academic performance. Having a striking hair color or long hair do not … Continue reading

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STOP BULLYING: START WITH YOURSELF

  A third year Communication Arts student of La Salle College Antipolo, Aia Fajardo’s most painful bullying experience was when  her friends started ignoring her and left her all alone.Vinny … Continue reading

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CLASS OPENING IN AUGUST: IN FAVOR OR NOT?

    LSCA is now in the process of the annual hurly-burly accompanying the opening of classes in August. Michelle Faner and Roxanne Joy Mercdo (III-Communication Arts) conducted a 30-seconds … Continue reading

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Every vote counts

      As a citizen in our country, we are obliged to vote. Many chooses not to for it doesn’t make a difference but so far there are still … Continue reading

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