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Rector calls for judicial reforms instead of death penaltyAlumni hit UST’s silence on Edsa...

ALUMNI have criticized the UST administration and campus community for not showing up during the 31st anniversary celebration of the Edsa People Power Revolt...

UST opens Graduate School of Law

THE UNIVERSITY’S Master of Laws and Doctor of Civil Law programs are set to be offered under the newly established UST Graduate School of...

Central Comelec assures Thomasians of secure elections after reverting to manual vote

THE UST Central Commission on Elections (Comelec) has vowed a secure canvassing of election returns, despite reverting to manual voting after last year’s electronic...

Lakasdiwa: No ‘willing’ member for top CSC post

UNIVERSITY-WIDE party Lakas ng Diwang Tomasino (Lakasdiwa) has failed to field a presidential bet in the 2017 Central Student Council (CSC) polls, saying the...

College of Science eyes high-tech classrooms

THE COLLEGE of Science plans to move away from the “traditional classroom” set-up through the soon-to-be-constructed Science Online Learning Environment (SOLE) room, as a...

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...

Pharmacy professor receives nat’l research award

A UST professor's research on the Euphorbia hirta or asthma plant won the 2017 National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP) Achievement Award for...

UST posts 73-percent passing rate in March 2017 mech eng’g exams

THE UNIVERSITY registered a 72.73-perent passing rate in the March 2017 mechanical engineering board exams, results from the Professional Regulation Commission showed. Eight Thomasians made...

Education dean appointed to nat’l education council

THE DEAN of the College of Education has been appointed by President Rodrigo Duterte to the Teacher Education Council of the Department of Education. Prof....

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