Aegis Juris fratmen tagged in Atio hazing case now under NBI custody
Arrest warrants out for 10 Aegis Juris fratmen
Lakasdiwa fields no candidates for CSC polls as independent bets fill candidate list
UST improves in March 2018 MedTech boards
Engage in political discourse, youth lawmaker tells Thomasians
Jeepney modernization an “anti-poor” road?
Duterte regime an epidemic of “macho-fascist” misogyny?
Lawmakers condemn law freshman’s death, renew calls to amend anti-hazing law
Abstain votes are to be junked, what happens now?
Gov’t urged to improve public transportation system
Film Fridays: Enjoying films underneath the stars
The fate of Maria Clara and women empowerment
What’s up with the IV of Spades fever?
‘Ang Larawan’ calls for the artist within us
Hexenringe: The circus and beyond
Paskuhan 2017: King of Kings
Paskuhan Opening of Lights 2017
Support the Salinggawi Dance Troupe #UAAP80 #UAAPCDC2017
National Day of Protest
After camping outside the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) for nine days, around 4,000 farmers from all over the country trooped to UST last Wednesday, Oct....
Fr. Herminio Dagohoy, O.P. called on the members of the Aegis Juris Fraternity to be responsible for the death of Civil Law freshman Horacio “Atio” Castillo...
The University of Santo Tomas cannot use the hypocrisy and opportunism of its critics. It is very much guilty of the same faults.
The University registered a 75.51-percent passing rate in the October 2017 licensure examination for chemists.
The Department of Justice placed ex-Aegis Juris fratman Marc Ventura under the witness protection program for his testimony.
The University landed higher this time as it clinched the 145th spot from last year’s 157th, in this year’s ranking of top Asian universities of British...
Sociologist Clarence Batan of the Faculty of Arts and Letters was re-elected as the president of the Philippine Sociological Society for 2018.
Five programs of the Faculty of Engineering received full accreditation last Oct. 10 from the country’s signatory to an international agreement on engineering education.
One of the primary suspects in the fatal hazing of Faculty of Civil Law freshman Horacio Castillo III has returned to Manila on Tuesday morning, Oct....
The University has always remained mum on the issues and controversies that plague it.
In the face of tyranny and fascism, we stand and say "never again!"
There are numerous bills pushing for revisions in the Anti-Hazing Law—but all of them are yet to be enacted.
Ano nga ba ang pinaglalaban ng mga Lumad para sa kanilang mga paaralan?
The University will host a Lakbayan satellite camp at the Central Seminary Gym from Sept. 11 to 21.
Today, we celebrate the death of democracy. Please be guided accordingly.
Finally, after months, if not years, of the student council system failing, if not outright betraying, its constituents, the students have woken up from an ignorant...
Teatro Tomasino’s 39th season opener, “Kanlungan”, portrays how an unlikely group of people found their personal sanctuaries where they can freely shed their ‘masks’ and act...
A mere escape from summer boredom hailed two Engineering Thomasians victorious in the recent Manila Bay Cleanup competition, launched by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) in...
Two seasons in, Black Mirror has etched itself as one of the bleakest show in recent memory but in its third season, it strays away from...
What a friggin’ time to be alive. This year.