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Maria Crisanta M. Paloma

Maria Crisanta M. Paloma

‘None of them are true’: Civil Law dean denies giving commissions to nat’l Comelec...

Faculty of Civil Law Dean Nilo Divina has denied that his law firm gave commissions to Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Andres Bautista, who...

UST slips to 7th place among PH universities in Web listing

The University slid to seventh place among 259 Philippine universities in the July 2017 listing of Spain’s Webometrics ranking of world universities based on...

Outgoing CSC president contests judiciary board decision, wants special elections

OUTGOING Central Student Council (CSC) President Janela Love Nartates believes a special election is a better solution than declaring candidates who lost to “abstain”...

Central Judiciary Board orders Comelec to proclaim CSC candidates with highest votes

THE CENTRAL Judiciary Board of the Central Student Council (CSC) has ordered the Central Commission on Elections (Comelec) to proclaim the candidates with the...

Retired Fine Arts prof dies at 57

A RETIRED professor from the College of Fine Arts and Design (CFAD) passed away last July 8 following complications from diabetes. He was 57...

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...

UST alumnus appointed to Bangko Sentral monetary board

A THOMASIAN banker was appointed to the Monetary Board of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas by President Rodrigo Duterte last June 28. Peter Favila will...

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...

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