LOOK: DLSU draws attention with public appeal to stop killings
The community of De La Salle University (DLSU) wants the senseless killings under the administration to stop– and is letting as many people know about it.
Starting Wednesday (September 20), a black cloth with the words “Stop the killings. Start the healing” has been put up on the pillars of the LS Hall facade.
The cloth can be seen by commuters on board trains passing through the LRT-1 Vito Cruz station since it is just opposite of the campus.
Classes pushed through at DLSU despite the declaration of a National Day of Protest by Malacañang in anticipation of the rallies being held to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the declaration of martial law.
UNIVERSITY: The pillars of the LS Hall facade were adorned with black cloth and words that state "Stop the killings. Start the healing." pic.twitter.com/tcJwYbkIMf
— The LaSallian (@TheLaSallian) September 20, 2017