Monday, March 27, 2017
Hannah Rhocellhynnia H. Cruz

Hannah Rhocellhynnia H. Cruz

CSC VP is sole presidential candidate in 2017 student polls

ELECTION season began in UST with only one student filing his certificate of candidacy for the highest position in the Central Student Council (CSC). Medical...

Thomasians urged to join ‘crusade against corruption’ in St. Thomas More Lecture

Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales called on Thomasians to be vigilant against corruption in government and involved in national issues. “As individuals or a group, you...

Thomasian tops pharmacy board exams

A THOMASIAN emerged as the topnotcher in the March 2017 pharmacy licensure examinations, while the University posted a higher passing rate. UST’s passing rate soared...

Gawad Ustetika to honor Jesus Peralta, Fr. Villarroel

ON ITS 32nd year, Gawad Ustetika, the country’s longest-running campus literary derby, will bestow lifetime achievement awards to multi-awarded playwright Jesus Peralta and, posthumously,...

UST registers 79-percent passing rate in medtech board exams

NEARLY eight out of every 10 UST examinees passed the February 2017 licensure examinations for medical technologists, results from the Professional Regulation Commission showed. UST’s...

UST parish priest: ‘We do not discriminate’

THE PARISH priest of Santisimo Rosario in UST has clarified that he did not authorize the distribution of leaflets opposing same-sex marriage inside the...

Media urged to give human face to stories

A BROADCAST journalist has urged media colleagues and students to go beyond statistics and “put a face” in their stories to appeal to the...

Media urged to be critical of new ideas

MEDIA should “scrutinize, analyze, and criticize” new ideas and values in contemporary society. This was the message of former UST vice rector Fr. Virgilio Ojoy,...

UST campus journ awards winners tackle university, nat’l issues

CAMPUS publications across the country were recognized in the 2nd UST National Campus Journalism Awards, with winning entries tackling campus and national issues. The Flame,...

UST tops nursing board anew with 100-percent passing rate

The University kept a 100-percent passing rate in the November 2016 nursing licensure examinations, with all 324 Thomasian examinees passing the test. The University was...

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