University of St. La Salle

USLS 71st Handumanan Week Activities

The University of St. La Salle celebrates its 71st Handumanan Week on July 3-7, reflecting on its identity, history and values. 

The theme "Lasallian DNA: 71 years of Service and Excellence" highlights the University's identity and impact on students and the community. The 71st Handumanan Week Celebration intends to foster a meaningful and introspective experience for the Lasallian community. Central to this objective is the challenge posed to all: "What does it mean to be Lasallian today, who am I as a Lasallian, and what drives us to serve?" 

Inspired by the Brother Superior and General Council's annual theme, the Lasallian DNA encompasses our ideals of faith, service, and communion in mission. 

Embracing and highlighting the Lasallian identity means uplifting the lives of the last, the lost, and the least while achieving new heights. The 71st Handumanan Week serves as a reminder of the enduring legacy of our founder, St. John Baptist De La Salle, and inspires all Lasallians to embody our unique identities while upholding our Lasallian values.


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