A "froshie" fine start

“Welcome to La Salle!”

AMSTUD members giving the freshmen
a warm welcome
A very distinct call and shout from various upperclassmen as they welcome the newest members of the Lasallian community, the Froshies.  

Every year, thousands of Archers enter the remarkable halls of the De La Salle University. After the exhausting and mind-boggling DLSU College Assessment Test (DCAT), the successful examinees join the league of the future Lasallian achievers. But before each academic year starts, they all go through an LPEP.

Lasallian Personal Effectiveness Program (LPEP) is a program designed for the freshmen to ease their transition to the University life and provide them a better understanding of the Lasallian culture and values.

The freebies for froshies
For the LPEP 2013 held last May 16, the American Corner Manila joined the newly established student organization, the Organization for American Studies (AMSTUD), in welcoming the Froshies to La Salle. Prepping the booth with cool give-aways, such as customized fans and patriotic pencils, has appealed most to the students. All geared up to help promote the booth is Ervinn Jorald Silva, the Vice President for Human Relations of the AMSTUD, who dressed up like Tron (based on the 2010 American science fiction film released by Walt Disney Pictures).

The mini-booth aimed to acquaint the froshies to AMSTUD’s cool team as well as to the vibrant American Corner at the Learning Commons.