Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Alyssa Carmina A. Gonzales

Alyssa Carmina A. Gonzales

Ex-environment secretary eyes ‘love’ for environment to eradicate drug problem

FORMER environment secretary Regina "Gina" Lopez on Wednesday called on Thomasians to "have a heart" and take care of the environment to help eradicate the country's...

Be more proactive in University issues, UST alumni org urges Thomasians

THE PRESIDENT of the UST Alumni Association on Saturday urged Thomasians to be active on issues faced by the University after the death of...

DOST’s IT office to promote digital library in a box

A NEW kioskbased digital library called "Starbooks" will soon be rolled out to public schools , providing easy access to academic journals, a science and...

Thomasian biochemists eye spider venom to cure heart, brain diseases

THOMASIAN biochemists are eyeing spider venom as a cure for heart and brain illnesses and also as remedy for pain. “Spiders are some of the...

‘Take care of yourself to help others’ – mental health advocates

MENTAL health advocates urged Thomasians to take care of their personal health to be in a better position to help prevent depression and suicide...

Paggamit ng alternibo sa plastic straw, hinikayat

SANGKATUTAK na plastic straw ang tinatayang itinatapon kada araw at marami rito, hindi naman sumasailalim sa recycling. Kaya ang resulta, bumabara sa mga estero...

Environmentalists call on youth to lead campaign for proper waste disposal

SOLID waste management advocates urged young people to take action on environmental issues during the 3rd Integrated Ecological Waste Management Expo and Environment Summit...

Miss Earth PH calls on gov’t to impose carbon tax

THOMASIAN alumna and Miss Philippines-Earth 2017 Karen Ibasco has called on to the government to tax carbon emissions in the Philippines to ensure a...

How Batch 2017 valedictorian paved his way on top

IT’S MIDNIGHT but books remained scattered across the desk, each page filled with highlights and post-its. This was how Neill Cachuela described his usual...

Raul Sunico sums up deanship

THE HALLOWED halls of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) speak of culture and refinement. Red carpets cover the marble floors, paintings sprawl...

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