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New Central Lab to open soon

A NEW building that will soon house teaching laboratories will be opened before the end of the academic year. Lawrence Pangan, in-house engineer of the...

Religious women condemn summary killings on People Power anniversary

A GROUP of religious women commemorated the 31st EDSA People Power Anniversary by urging Filipinos to uphold the "dignity and humanity of creation." Sister Regina...

Foreign scientists named honorary UST professors

THE UNIVERSITY named three foreign scientists "honorary professors" for their contribution to the field of science last Feb. 27. American chemist Geoffrey Cordell, Australian physicist...

Solution to oil spills, pollution wins award in int’l confab

A GROUP of chemical engineering students bagged the Best Oral Presentation award for proposing a solution to oil spills during the 2017 Pure and...

UST tops nat’l electrical eng’g quiz

THE UNIVERSITY topped the 30th Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineers National Quiz Show last Feb. 18 at the Far Eastern University – Institute of...

Electronics eng’g students bag championship in research symposium

ELECTRONICS engineering students emerged as champions in the 5th National Computer Research and Engineering Symposium last Jan. 20 at Polytechnic University of the Philippines,...

UST suspends out-of-campus activities

THE UNIVERSITY has suspended all out-of-campus activities to comply with a government moratorium on school field trips following a bus crash in Tanay, Rizal...

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...

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