Sunday, April 30, 2017
Theodore Jason Patrick K. Ortiz

Theodore Jason Patrick K. Ortiz

Finally, a hotel in UST: ‘Hotel 1611’ opens doors to guests

A FULLY operational hotel-laboratory inside the University is now open to campus visitors. Hotel 1611, at the 5th floor of Buenaventura G. Paredes O.P. Alumni...

UST posts 100-percent passing rate in April 2017 electrical eng’g board exams

THE UNIVERSITY got a perfect score in the April 2017 electrical engineering board exams, with all seven Thomasian examinees passing the test. This was an...

UST aces electronics technician board exams

THE UNIVERSITY maintained a perfect passing rate in the April 2017 electronics technician (ECT) licensure exams, but posted a lower passing rate in the...

Lone CSC presidential bet bares support for ‘justifiable’ tuition hike

CANDIDATES for the Central Student Council (CSC) Executive Board elections clashed on Thursday in a mandatory debate that highlighted contentious University issues such as...

Journalism alumni cited for agriculture reporting

TWO JOURNALISM alumni were recognized in an agricultural journalism awards ceremony last March 22. Jasper Emmanuel Arcalas, who graduated in 2016, and Louise Maureen Simeon,...

Thomasian profs elected to nat’l research council

A PROFESSOR from the College of Science is the new president of the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP). Christina Binag, professor at the...

Science programs obtain Level IV accreditation anew

FIVE PROGRAMS under the College of Science were granted Level IV accreditation status anew, the highest level of accreditation given by the Philippine Association...

UST improves in March 2017 physician board exams

The University posted a higher passing rate in the March 2017 physician licensure examinations, with one Thomasian making it to the list of top...

Ex-envoy defends Duterte stance on int’l ruling in South China Sea dispute

A FORMER ambassador has slammed critics accusing President Rodrigo Duterte of treason for not asserting an international arbitration ruling in favor of the Philippines...

‘Sound sexuality’ sought in HS curriculum

ADMINISTRATORS of three high schools in the University will uphold Catholic moral teachings on sexuality amid the plan of the Department of Education (DepEd)...

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