Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Maria Crisanta M. Paloma

Maria Crisanta M. Paloma

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...

Central Board urges Comelec to nullify votes, calls for new CSC elections

THE OUTGOING Central Board of the Central Student Council (CSC) has urged the Central Commission on Elections (Comelec) to hold new elections, claiming the...

UST halves tuition hike to 5.02 percent, gets CHEd approval

THE COMMISSION on Higher Education (CHEd) has approved a 5.02-percent increase in the UST's tuition for Academic Year 2017 to 2018. Tuition will increase by...

UST posts lower passing rate in accountancy board exams

AFTER being named the second top-performing school last year, the University posted a lower passing in the May 2017 licensure examinations for certified public...

Comelec suspends LTC for one academic year

THE UST Central Commission on Elections (Comelec) has suspended University-wide political party Lakas Tomasino Coalition for violating online campaigning rules during the Central Student...

University opens new Graduate School of Law

THE UNIVERSITY’S Master of Laws and Doctor of Civil Law programs are set to be transferred to the newly established UST Graduate School of...

UST bar passing rate zooms to 96 percent, ‘highest in history;’ Manila law schools...

ALTHOUGH a top-10 finish remained elusive for Thomasian bar takers, UST’s passing rate skyrocketed to what was described by the Faculty of Civil Law...

UST prof questions legality of Legal Education Board, law admission exam

A PROFESSOR from the Faculty of Civil Law has challenged the constitutionality of the Legal Education Board (LEB), and the nationwide law admission exam...

Despite vacancies, new CSC execs promise more ‘efficient’ council

NEWLY elected officers of the Central Student Council (CSC) Executive Board vowed to make the incoming council more efficient, despite feeling “a bit paralyzed”...

Fine Arts prof dies at 46

FERNANDO Torres, assistant professor at the College of Fine Arts and Design, passed away last April 24 after cardiac death syndrome. He was 46...

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