CTHM students to compete in virtual bartending contest
CSC president takes leave of absence; secretary presides
Joining the front line: How new Thomasian doctors won their first battle
CTHM alumna to students: Fuel career with passion
UST stays 4th in PH, slides to 186th in 2021 QS Asian university rankings
TIMELINE: After 5 months, UST sets refund scheme
Magtanim ay ‘di biro: Rice Liberalization Law backfires
The long, rough road of transport problem
Jeepney modernization an “anti-poor” road?
Duterte regime an epidemic of “macho-fascist” misogyny?
November 2020: When it rains, it pours in
The dangers of tolerating misogyny
BTS’s ‘BE’ is the comfort we all need in these trying times
How ‘Baon Royale!’ deconstructed the status quo of our childhood
Why #JusticeforReinaNasino should still anger you
UST UAAP Season 81
Graduating Thomasians answer what they will miss in UST
Paskuhan 2017: King of Kings
Paskuhan Opening of Lights 2017
Hip-hop artist Schumi talks about his journey as he establishes himself not only as another artist but a fresh prince in kingdom.
College of Tourism and Hospitality Management students are set to join a virtual bartending competition to be streamed on Saturday, Dec. 5.
Central Student Council (CSC) Interim President Robert Gonzales filed his leave of absence starting December until January 2021 due to personal reasons.
In the face of the pandemic, countless things have changed–from our daily lives, education, and perhaps even down to our perception of competence, commitment, and compassion.
Continuing on with questionable decisions and problematic actions dashed with a glimmer of hope, here’s a look back at what November 2020 had in store for...
This sin of tolerance makes people willing to be accessories to abuse, knowing that there is injustice but refusing to act against it.
"BE" encapsulates our collective experiences dealing with the looming anxiety and loneliness of life in isolation, and our yearning for better days in spite of the...
What's with the obsession of creating them every now and then?
"Suspending classes frees them from both physical and mental burden as they recuperate from the trauma."
The diversity of the narratives between Maggie, Kenji, and Maestro are exemplary lenses of how acceptance to change and a shift in perspective are conceivable, even...
With the recent onslaught of typhoons Rolly and Ulysses, the students and faculty members urged the University to be compassionate in this time of calamity.
The Thomasian free press have seen and heard the call of the student body – whether unaffected or not – to leave no one behind. We...
University colleges and faculties pushed to resume synchronous and asynchronous classes on Monday, Nov. 16.
Produced by Communication Arts alumni, the short film Baon Royale! made its way into the Student Category (in-competition) of the Maginhawa Film Festival 2020 which will...
I remember the rush my body felt as I filled up my laundry bag while talking to my friends via video chat and how eager I...
Accounting professionals urged Thursday, Nov. 5, both academe and industry to innovate as businesses start to utilize technology amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pandemic has contributed to the aggravation of mental health issues, said psychiatrist and Faculty of Medicine lecturer on Nov. 5.
Director for Public Relations Committee Pamela dela Cruz replaced elected PRO Eadric Espiritu, while Executive Coordinator to the Secretary Khalila Yayen was appointed as the interim...
Unlike Reina Mae, these powerful figures were neither surrounded by no less than 40 policemen nor handcuffed while holding their families despite the gravity of their...
October was scary.