The annual celebration of the Lasallian Week, formerly called U-Week, gathered the green and the white in festive mood last Sept. 19- 23.
True to the theme, Live it Up: Generation Green, Lasallians spent a whole week celebrating the animo spirit with a wide array of activities all over the campus.
Evening production shows at the coliseum and a variety of food kiosks were highly patronized by Lasallians as well as students from other schools and universities all over the province.
At the end of a fun-filled week, here are some of the experiences and thoughts shared by students, faculty and staff who joined the celebration.
“The Masscomm Horror Room was awesome and the bands that performed non-stop from day to evening were really effective in keeping the energy flowing.”- Katherine Lirazan, ABCO2A
“I can say that the L-week was fun and chaotic- but in a good way. Lasallians were so much in the zone that they never ceased to enjoy despite the rain.”- John Leo Paulo Villagante, AB1D
“The Lasallian Week was fun and exciting with so many activities prepared for the students to get involved in. It was very memorable week.”- Kristina Cuenca, BSCS1A
“Attendance was way better than last year. The L-week was very good and I’m looking forward to another successful one next year.”- Galo Gessner Rosales, Discipline Officer
“It was relatively peaceful. I’m happy that more and more people are getting involved. There is more synergy with the departments and the clubs and there are more activities as well- not only extra-curricular but also academic events and symposiums.”- Minnie Montano, Coordinator Student Activities
“I definitely enjoyed the L-week! For the first time, I have actually appreciated the variety of food, activities and shows that were offered. My congratulations to those who organized the L-week as it was a big success and I really enjoyed it.”- Hannah Papasin- Mariveles, Masscomm Dept. Chair.
“There were so many events to join, and that was a good thing, but there was not much direction and organization for the students to be evenly concentrated in the different events.”- Sofy Ku, BSPS1A
“I found it really sad that student participation was somehow low, especially during the opening ceremonies. But all in all, the U-week was fun, especially the events during the evening. From 1-10, I believe for me it gets a 7.”- Lorna Lagumbay, CAS Faculty.
Click here to view highlights of the Lasallian Week