dlsu memories

From June 1995 to September 1998:
- My ID number was 9527656 (I don’t think a La Sallian can ever forget their number)
- I belonged to block LR-27
- Like all Liberal Arts students, we had almost all our classes at the Miguel Hall
- I joined Samahan ng mga Mag-aaral sa Sikolohiya when I was a froshie. In my second year, I became one of the VPs. After that, I became an Honorary Member until I graduated. I also joined BeST (Behavioral Sciences Team) and ESA (European Studies Association), but I wasn’t as active in those orgs as I was with SMS
- Our org’s tambayan was in the College Canteen. We regularly hung out at two tables that had a clear view of the students walking along the path parallel to St. Joseph Hall. Back then we called it CC; when I visited 3 years ago, it was known as C2 or C-squared
- I was supposed to graduate in April of 1998; but I didn’t want to stop studying just yet, so I decided to not take a full load on my supposedly last trimester and graduated in September of 1998
- I became part of the Dean’s Honorary List in the third trimester of my third year
- I remember for our Behavioral Science class, I did a few cartwheels along the walk near the CC. My groupmates and I had so much fun observing all the other students’ reactions of our deviant behaviors
- My beysprens were Anabel, Izun, Lucille, Carlo, Sherwin and Nelson
- When we wanted a change from the usual campus food, we ate at McDonald's, Jollibee, Chow King, KFC, Wendy's, or Maxim's
- If we had some time to kill in between classes, we would hang out at UM or University Mall
- Famous people I regularly saw were Jason Webb, TJ Trinidad, Roselle Nava, Ryan Agoncillo (classmate of Carlo), Bernadette Allyson (classmate), Mo Twister (classmate), RJ Ledesma (substitute teacher) and RICO YAN!!! I had a major crush on him then. If he caught you staring at him (and for me, it happened so many times when I passed by the Pebble Wash), he would just smile and show his super-cute dimples.

There are lots of memories I have of being a Green Archer, but those are the ones I can remember off my head. Now that I come to think of it, I can't believe it's been 13 years since I graduated...augh! I feel so old!. And now that the school has so many state-of-the-art facilities, I am so jealous of the students these days. Why oh why didn't they have all these good stuff back then?!

What about the other La Sallians out there...what's your favorite DLSU memory?

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