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18th Inkblots tackles fake news, role of campus press in nat’l issues

WHERE do campus journalists figure in the age of fake news sites and issues of national concern? These were the hot topics addressed in the...

2016 Paskuhan features Thomasian talents

AFTER 25 years, the annual Paskuhan remains the highlight of Thomasians’ stay in the University. “Paskuhan is a tradition of the Thomasian community in anticipation...

Recycling, designing and dining

A THOMASIAN alumna transformed a container van into a rustic-themed restaurant located at Padre Noval street, Manila Emelyn Vicencio, an architecture alumnus, designed Food Truck...

Former Tiger puts up resto to celebrate growling golden legacy

"HOMECOURT" is where the heart is. A 2008 Business Administration graduate, John Paul Cuan relived the team’s greatest moments on and off court through a...

All-Thomasian family

THE THOMASIAN core values proved to be a pivotal factor in the excellence and service of the Lasala family, who was hailed as this...

Thomasian brings to life French sci-fi book

A THOMASIAN artist is making waves in the French art scene for his illustrations of Jean-David Morvan’s graphic novel trilogy, Ravage, a science fiction...

Young Thomasian filmmakers among finalists in film-making competition

TWO SHORT films by Thomasians were among the finalists in a film-making contest organized by Filipino movie channel Cinema One, with plots that tackled...

CA alumna converts her love for board games into business

THIS CAFÉ on Matalino Street in Central Diliman, Quezon City is the perfect getaway for board game fans. The House of Geek is co-owned by...

A Thomasian’s commitment to mold student leaders

EVEN at age 69, Henry Tenedero is nowhere near retiring in molding better student leaders. Tenedero became active in several University-wide organizations at the height...

Think “inside the box” first, Thomasian animator tells aspiring artists

Sept. 24 2016, 2:40 p.m. - MASTERING the basics of story-telling is important to succeed in animation, a Thomasian animator stressed in a forum last Sept. 20.

"Think inside the box first before going outside [because] you have to know the rules before you play them," civil engineering alumnus Armand Serrano said in a lecture at the Beato Angelico Audio-Visual Room.

"In animation, it is important that you have a compelling story, appealing characters and a believable world."

Serrano lamented the lack of Filipino animators in the industry.

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