UST MOUNTED a virtual Paskuhan concert on Dec. 18 with a production that featured previous years’ performances alongside a fund drive for typhoon victims.

This year’s Paskuhan, broadcast through the UST Tiger TV Facebook page, was strictly virtual because of the pandemic.

Musical acts featured were Magnus Haven (2019), Brisom (2017), Miles Experience  (2016), The Ransom Collective (2018), Lola Amour, Yeng Constantino (2016), Callalily (2017), Spongecola (2018) and Ben&Ben (2019).


A short video of pyromusical shows from previous years was also shown.

As of writing, the livestream has reached 116,000 views. 

The theme of the three-day Paskuhan celebrations is “Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel shall come to thee O Israel.”

UST’s Christmas tree and other campus ornaments were lit by hospital officials and frontliners on Dec. 16. It was followed by a virtual Christmas concert of the Conservatory of Music.

Vice Rector Isaias Tiongco, O.P. led the Paskuhan Mass at Santisimo Rosario Parish Church on Dec. 17.

Money raised by the fund drive will be handed to a typhoon-hit partner community of UST Legazpi in Albay. Joanne Christine Ramos 

Donations can be deposited to the following bank accounts:

BPI Peso Account

University of Santo Tomas


BPI US Dollar Savings Account

University of Santo Tomas



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