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35 Thomasian profs appointed to Ched technical panels, committees

THIRTY-FIVE Thomasian professors were appointed heads and members of technical committees and panels under the Commission on Higher Education (Ched) to “provide technical expertise”...

Ex-vice chancellor is new socius for Dominicans in Asia-Pacific

FORMER Dominican provincial and UST vice chancellor Fr. Gerard Francisco Timoner III, O.P. has been appointed socius for Asia-Pacific of the Order of Preachers. Timoner...

CSC president apologizes for ‘Marcos’ remarks

CENTRAL Student Council (CSC) President Janela Love Nartates has apologized to the Thomasian community and to Martial Law victims for her remark during her...

Pistang Tomas highlights “cultures” of the partner communities

HOMEGROWN products of the UST-Simbahayan Community Development Office's partner-communities are the highlight of this year's Pistang Tomas, a week-long trade fair that runs from...

UST engineering students bound for Singapore after dominating Shell Eco-marathon

THE UST Eco-Tigers bagged five awards during the Shell Eco-marathon last Feb. 2 to 5 at Clark International Speedway, Pampanga, and are set to...

CSC president: Bring grievances to student councils

CENTRAL Student Council (CSC) President Janela Love Nartates has reiterated the role of student councils, urging Thomasians to address their grievances to University-wide and...

Graduate School to offer MS Electronics Engineering program

THE UST Graduate School will offer a master’s program in electronics engineering next academic year as part of a "vertical articulation" strategy and to...

Civil Law eyes higher admission test passing score

THE FACULTY of Civil Law plans to require a higher admission score for law school applicants in a nationwide law school aptitude test set...

UST is second top-performing school in OT board exams

The University was named the second top-performing school in the recent occupational therapy (OT) board examinations, with two Thomasians landing in the top 10. UST...

‘Children are not criminals’: Religious, laity march vs bill lowering age of criminal liability,...

SAYING "children are not criminals," religious and lay organizations held a prayer march to call for an end to human trafficking as well as...

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