‘Driven, hardworking leader’: Ex-SOCC VP dies at 23
National Artist F. Sionil José dies at 97
UST slips in December 2021 CPA licensure exams
UST produces 13 topnotchers in the December 2021 OT and PT boards
UST Tiger Radio bags award in int’l college radio competition
#TWenty: TomasinoWeb’s year-end 2021 special
You cannot separate activism from student leadership — Artlet student-leaders
Mga Tomasinong student-leader, dismayado sa pagtaas ng downpayment ng matrikula
Birtwal na klase, hamon sa mga mag-aaral ng unang taon sa kolehiyo
Persecution, not activism, besets student leaders
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is an epic, gripping tale of power and responsibility
‘Don’t Look Up’ is a powerful satire slapping you back to reality
Warning for 2022 elections: Beware of the crooks—but hope must endure
5 gifts to take away after watching ‘Encanto’
8 books about flawed, relatable women under the chronic millennial condition
UST UAAP Season 81
Graduating Thomasians answer what they will miss in UST
Paskuhan 2017: King of Kings
Paskuhan Opening of Lights 2017
“It is a challenge among low-income families to increase literacy rate because of the fact that they cannot prioritize buying...
"[Y]ou cannot suddenly become ethical once you start covering elections. It's not instantaneous," a journalism professor said in a webinar on Saturday, June 26.
According to Ampil, strategic grammar counters the prevalent problem of Filipino readership in the country.
Thomasian journalism students bagged awards for their academic papers and journalistic outputs during the 2021 Philippine Journalism Research Conference (PJRC) held on May 7 and 8.
De Guzman will be replacing Nieli Linger from the College of New Rochelle. He will have a four-year term from May 2021 to December 2025.
Instead of giving away vegetables for ingredients just like in traditional community pantries, Lora’s community meryendahan provides cooked meals.
Martin and Balite won the flight attendant showmanship category, while Fajardo and Laboy won fourth place in the travel commercial category.
Thomasian alumna May Parson marked the historical moment of inoculating the first Covid-19 vaccine last year.
The project was developed by EEnovatics, under the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) - TOMASinno Center, whose goal is to make contract tracing “reliable and...
According to writer and director Sophia Eugenio, Artistang Artlets spent over four months planning “Kisapmata” before the actual preparations began to ensure that all concerns in...
US-based organization Youth Service America awarded a Thomasian nursing student for spearheading a literacy program for Filipino youth.
“[T]he design aims to build resilient structures that connect us and improve our cities mobility to brace the unpredictable nature of our natural environment,” Arambulo, the...
Thomasian accountancy junior emerged as one of the top eight finalists in an international tax competition on Saturday, Oct. 17.
A Thomasian from the University of Santo Tomas (UST) - Legazpi led the 2019 Bar exams topnotchers, along with two others in the top 10, the...
UST Senior High School (SHS) students from the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics strand have bagged awards in the first SHS Capstone Experience Conference. Arjay Julio,...
A mental health advocate encouraged Thomasians on Thursday to treat mental health as important as physical health. Kenneth Aranas, vice chairperson for education and research of...
Psychiatrists from The Medical City urged the public not to look at mental illness as a weakness because it discourages young people from seeking help. “Hindi...
Recent graduates of the University’s Nutrition and Dietetics program reaped awards in the 43rd Food and Nutrition Research Seminar of the Department of Science and Technology’s...