The University of St. La Salle celebrated the most anticipated comeback of the Lasallian Days (L-Days) last Nov. 9-11 with entertainment and engaging activities after 2 years of hiatus due to the pandemic.
The L-Days, also known as University Week, is an annual event that highlights the vibrant student life of Lasallians. The theme of this year’s L-Days is “Wanderland: Exploring the Extraordinary.”
Organized by the Office for Student Affairs and the University Student Government (USG), the L-Days kicked off with an Institutional Mass and Grand Opening Salvo attended by various sectors of the Lasallian family at the St. La Salle Coliseum.
“The theme is truly fitting of the situation we are in, we dare to explore uncharted spaces, learn to adapt to shifting times, survive and rise above the challenges,” Dean of Students Affairs Rowela Chiu, DPA said during the opening ceremonies.
Student organizations and clubs showcased their programs and other initiatives through exhibition booths and activities on campus.
Meanwhile, the USG prepared events during the 3-day festivities that saw the participation of students, members of the Lasallian community and even external guests and partners.
These included concerts, sports activities, singing and dancing competitions, a pet show, medical mission, business expo and mobile games, among others.