Saturday, August 19, 2017
Theodore Jason Patrick K. Ortiz

Theodore Jason Patrick K. Ortiz

New deans vow improved academic standards

NEWLY APPOINTED deans of the College of Commerce and Business Administration, Conservatory of Music, College of Rehabilitation Sciences (CRS), Institute of Information and Computing...

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”...

Thomasians denounce decision to proclaim CSC bets despite overwhelming ‘abstain’ votes

THOMASIANS have expressed dismay over the Central Judiciary Board's (CJB) decision to proclaim candidates who lost to "abstain" votes as winners of the April...

Fr. Pedro Salgado, O.P., 80

Fr. Pedro Salgado O.P., a former professor of the Ecclesiastical Faculty of Philosophy, passed away last July 9 at UST Hospital following cardiac arrest....

UST aims for 4th School of the Year plum in prestigious Quill Awards

THE UNIVERSITY is vying for its fourth consecutive "School of the Year" award in the prestigious Quill Awards of the International Association of Business...

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...

No need for more UST political parties, analyst says

FOLLOWING the unexpected results of the recent Central Student Council–Executive Board elections in which most Thomasians opted to abstain for the positions for president,...

Med-tech student gets GWA of 1.059, is named valedictorian of Batch 2017

THE VALEDICTORAN of Batch 2017 is a medical technology graduate, who will receive the highest Latin honors from the University for his general weighted...

UST passing rate drops in May 2017 civil engineering board exams

THE UNIVERSITY posted a 44.47-percent passing rate in the recent civil engineering licensure exams, results from the Professional Regulation Commission showed. Seventeen Thomasians passed out of...

Science professor leads 18th Dangal ng UST honorees

A FACULTY MEMBER from the College of Science was inducted to the “Hall of Fame” as top Thomasian professors were awarded last May 11...

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