Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Christian de Lano M. Deiparine

Christian de Lano M. Deiparine

Rubber stamp congress

THERE IS strength in numbers. But to the chambers of Philippine Congress, it is a detriment. It is always a game of numbers in politics:...

UST named top school in electronics tech exams, improves in electronics eng’g

THE UNIVERSITY remained the top-performing school in the October 2017 licensure exams for electronics technicians, with all 78 Thomasian examinees making the cut, results from...

‘We are confident that he will be vindicated’: UST law profs express support for...

Civil Law professors on Friday threw their support for Dean Nilo Divina amid an investigation into the hazing death of law freshman Horacio Castillo...

Divina files 3rd libel case against Castillo lawyer over remarks in ‘V’ story

CIVIL Law Dean Nilo Divina has filed a third libel complaint against Lorna Kapunan, the family lawyer of hazing victim Horacio Castillo III, for...

‘We will leave no stone unturned’: UST vows justice for law freshman killed in...

CONDEMNING hazing "in no uncertain terms," the University has launched an official investigation into the alleged hazing rites by a recognized fraternity in the...

Dumped on a sidewalk in Tondo: UST law freshman dead after hazing rites

A UST Faculty of Civil Law freshman was found dead Monday morning after suffering injuries during alleged fraternity hazing rites, Civil Law Dean Nilo Divina confirmed...

UST increases tuition by at least 7 percent

THE UNIVERSITY has settled for a 7.02- to 9.96-percent tuition hike next academic year from the earlier 10-percent proposal, following consultations with the central...

Ex-Artlets dean, academic affairs chief passes away at 71

FORMER Faculty of Arts and Letters (Artlets) Dean Armando de Jesus died last July 2 at the age of 71 after battling prostate cancer. De...

Angelicum College in QC officially under UST

THE UNIVERSITY'S footprint has officially extended to Quezon City. UST signed a memorandum of agreement with Angelicum College in Quezon City on June 29 as...

Media practitioners warn public vs fake news

VETERAN media practitioners urged campus journalists to read newspapers instead of solely relying on social media for information, amid the prevalence of fake news...

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