Thursday, October 19, 2017

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Interior designer, dinaig ang pagsubok sa ibang bansa

HINDI maipagkakailang maraming pagsubok ang pinagdaraanan ng mga Pilipinong naghahanap buhay sa ibang bansa. Tulad na lamang ng dinanas ni Maria Dolores Castillo, isang interior...

Ramiro: Tomasinong doktor, tanyag sa Estados Unidos

MALAYO man sa pagdodoktor ang kaniyang unang pangarap, sinikap pa rin ni Lucila Ramiro na hasain ang abilidad sa panggagamot upang makapagbigay ng mahusay...

Communication arts alumna among 2017 British Council IELTS Prize recipients

THOMASIAN sports journalist and communication arts alumna Jane Bracher is among the three Filipino awardees of this year’s British Council International English Language Teaching...

The art of keeping a secret

THIS artist from UST will illustrate for you for free in exchange for your deepest, darkest secret. Terence Eduarte started an online art project called...

Jemimah Tiambeng: Law graduate and synchronized swimmer

WHILE most student-athletes make names for themselves through the collegiate conferences like the UAAP and NCAA, Jemimah Tiambeng made a splash as a member...

Miss Earth PH calls on gov’t to impose carbon tax

THOMASIAN alumna and Miss Philippines-Earth 2017 Karen Ibasco has called on to the government to tax carbon emissions in the Philippines to ensure a...

CFAD prof named research director for interior design council

AN INTERIOR design professor was appointed director for research and publications of the Council of Interior Design Educators last Aug. 1. Asst. Prof. Mary Ann...

Pharmacy prof elected to NCR cluster of Association for Campus Advisers

A PHARMACY faculty member was elected vice president for the National Capital Region (NCR) cluster of a nationwide association of campus student advisers last...

‘Call center boy’ inspires with tough college journey

A UST graduate’s Facebook post has gone viral for all the right reasons. Hard work paid off for Erald Pecson, 23 , who spent seven...

How Batch 2017 valedictorian paved his way on top

IT’S MIDNIGHT but books remained scattered across the desk, each page filled with highlights and post-its. This was how Neill Cachuela described his usual...

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