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Prominent alumni recall best years with Varsitarian

JOINING the Varsitarian without having to enter its rigorous multi-stage exams. Using the telephone without having to pay 75 cents. Lampooning a Pope that...

Behind Pampanga’s lantern exhibit curated by CFAD lecturer

Households once again display colorful and towering lanterns or parol, regarded as a symbol of hope, as the Christmas season in the Philippines –...

2 Thomasians awarded Chevening scholarships

TWO women. A journalist. A lawyer. One ultimate goal in mind. Journalist Lian Buan and lawyer Tina Amador-Robles, along with 21 others, flew to the...

Why do UST students put object in mouth of new Tiger statue?

UST’S new Tiger statue on Plaza Mayor has appeared to attract “superstitious” students, who were seen placing objects, such as instant noodle packs and...

New JBC member eyes online system for court applicants

THE NEWEST member of the Judicial and Bar Council (JBC), the body that screens nominees to the judiciary, is looking to digitalize the process.  Thomasian...

A short history of the UST block letters

How well do you know the history behind the UST block letters? The UST block letters have been an iconic symbol of the University as...

UST nurse to receive George Cross award on health service’s behalf

UST alumna May Parsons, the nurse who administered the world’s first Covid-19 vaccine, will receive the George Cross award on behalf of the National...

Protest vs Marcos Jr. as UST fine arts grads wear pink masks

GRADUATES of the College of Fine Arts and Design (CFAD) donned pink face masks during their solemn investiture rites, which coincided with the inauguration...

AB alumni aim cultural shift in voters’ behavior through competency-based assessment

DURING THE celebration of the 50th anniversary of Artlets batch ‘69, Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) Dean Marilu Madrunio tasked several alumni to...

Who are this year’s candidates for the CSC Executive Board?

Secretary Francisco Mayuyu ADVOCATING for the mental well-being of Thomasians, former UST Senior High School Student Council secretary Francisco Mayuyu is running unopposed for secretary in...

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