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    Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle blesses palm fronds outside the Manila Cathedral to mark the start of the Holy Week last March 20. Photo by BASILIO H. SEPE ... Read More

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Dayag elected president of association of accounting educators

May 3, 2016, 12:47p.m. - TWO UST professors are set spearhead the National Association of Certified Public Accountants in Education.

Professors Antonio Dayag and Earl Jimson Garcia of the UST-Alfredo M. Velayo College of Accountancy, will serve the association as president and assistant treasurer, respectively, until 2017.

Dayag, the former vice president for external affairs, will replace former Iriga councilor Omar Erasmo Ampongan as president.

Dayag, a veteran accounting professor, is the author of books on practical accounting and advanced accounting.

Garcia had served as chairman of management accounting at the College of Accountancy. read more »

A failure of Thomasian education?

IT IS ironic how a university that prides itself as the oldest Catholic university in Asia is also the home of students who are mostly morally selective and apathetic to Catholic teachings and values.

A voter-education survey of the Varsitarian showed that Thomasians consider morality as the most important quality of a candidate for the national elections (39 percent); followed by education (28), government platform (16), and experience (13). Popularity and “endorsements” came out the lowest with one percent each. read more »

Sports

UST dominates Nestea Beach Volleyball tournament

May 1, 2016, 8:41p.m. - UST'S beach volleyball teams captured back-to-back titles in the annual Nestea Beach Volleyball Tournament in Boracay yesterday.

The Cherry Rondina-Jem Gutierrez tandem swept the eliminations then defeated Dannah Quisado and Mary Asena of the University of Mindanao-Tagum, 21-14, 21-14, to snatch the gold medal.

Rica Rivera, Rodina's previous partner, skipped the tourney because of an injury.

Rondina said she had a hard time adjusting with her new partner, but was nonetheless thankful they were able to work things out in the tournament.

"In-enjoy lang namin 'yung laro and we're blessed" Rondina told the Varsitarian in a text message. read more »

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