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Conservatory of Music to offer second-degree programs

ASPIRING musicians will now have a chance to earn academic degrees as the UST Conservatory of Music will be offering a Bachelor in Music...

UST honors 38 faculty retirees

RETIREMENT is not a deprivation of the privilege to dream. This was the message of Rector Fr. Herminio Dagohoy, O.P. before 38 retiring faculty members...

UST bar passing rate zooms to 96 percent, ‘highest in history;’ Manila law schools...

ALTHOUGH a top-10 finish remained elusive for Thomasian bar takers, UST’s passing rate skyrocketed to what was described by the Faculty of Civil Law...

Travel management gets highest accreditation from Pacucoa

THE UNIVERSITY’s travel management program has been granted Level IV accreditation by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities – Commission on Accreditation (Pacucoa),...

UST prof questions legality of Legal Education Board, law admission exam

A PROFESSOR from the Faculty of Civil Law has challenged the constitutionality of the Legal Education Board (LEB), and the nationwide law admission exam...

Despite vacancies, new CSC execs promise more ‘efficient’ council

NEWLY elected officers of the Central Student Council (CSC) Executive Board vowed to make the incoming council more efficient, despite feeling “a bit paralyzed”...

UST official is new president of registrars’ association

UNIVERSITY Registrar Cesar Velasco Jr. has been named the new president of the National Capital Region School Registrars’ Association. Velasco will succeed Grace Sipin of...

LOOK: UST opens spa and wellness center

The University has opened a spa and wellness center at the fifth floor of the Buenaventura G. Paredes O.P., Building. Photo grabbed from the...

Finally, a hotel in UST: ‘Hotel 1611’ opens doors to guests

A FULLY operational hotel-laboratory inside the University is now open to campus visitors. Hotel 1611, at the 5th floor of Buenaventura G. Paredes O.P. Alumni...

UST posts 100-percent passing rate in April 2017 electrical eng’g board exams

THE UNIVERSITY got a perfect score in the April 2017 electrical engineering board exams, with all seven Thomasian examinees passing the test. This was an...

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