UST Tiger Radio bags award in int’l college radio competition
UST to expand F2F classes for certain programs
Thomasian artist bags 1st place in global art competition
Running a campaign based on falsehood is disingenuous—PR president
7 Thomasians among top ten of October, November 2021 physician boards
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
Community pantries address food insufficiency but gov’t must address food security—Simbahayan director
Let your unfiltered feelings flow with ‘The Purple Project’
#PpopRising: 6 P-Pop groups worth listening to
‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ is a memoir of the heartbreak woes we kept like an oath
TWICE elevates to new heights of artistry in ‘Formula of Love: O+T = 3’
“Magdoktor ka nga!”: How intellectual discrimination and stereotypes belittle our career endeavors
UST UAAP Season 81
Graduating Thomasians answer what they will miss in UST
Paskuhan 2017: King of Kings
Paskuhan Opening of Lights 2017
Classes remain to be delivered under Enriched Virtual Mode until the end of the academic year and subject to extension depending on the University’s decision.
An advocacy-based organization in the University denounced President Rodrigo Duterte’s actions toward a female house helper during his birthday celebration on March 28, as well as...
Assoc. Prof. Jacinta Cruz, MHPEd served as a mentor to generations of medical technologists from Faculty of Pharmacy. She was recognized as an “Outstanding Professional in...
Advincula, 68, was promoted cardinal November last year, and became the 33rd Archbishop of Manila.
From best friends to lovers, Thomasian alumni Mia Buenafe and Carl Vicencio looked back on their campus love story during their pre-wedding shoot last February which...
Central Student Council Interim President Robert Gonzales urged future doctors to gear toward the country’s development yesterday, March 20, amid bagging awards by The Association of...
The University placed second among top performing schools in the 2021 physical licensure exams, recording a passing rate of 88.33 percent.
To her colleagues, Ar. Clarissa Avendaño was one of the key figures who brought the birth of cultural heritage in the University. She also served as...
The Faculty of Pharmacy (FoP) on Monday, March 15 released proposed guidelines on face-to-face internships of third-year medical technology students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This followed the advisory released by the Association of Philippine Medical Colleges, which called on universities to halt internship rotations until further notice.
A Senior High School (SHS) student accused of joining the progressive organization, Anakbayan, was acquitted by the UST-SHS administration on Thursday, Feb. 25.
“While we understand the benefits of social media as a source of information and an efficient avenue for communication [...] we also recognize its ill effects,”...
Twenty-one student organizations bagged awards in the 18th Philippine Quill Awards and 8th Philippine Student Quill Awards on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
Youth leaders on Saturday, Jan. 23 called on young leadership aspirants to prioritize mental health and emotional intelligence in service and personal circumstances.
Several student councils and human rights groups urged the University administration on Sunday, Jan. 24, to uphold democratic rights after dismissing three students due to alleged...
Several Thomasians from different youth organizations pushed for the inclusion of youth participation in shaping the country in an online protest on Thursday, Jan. 21.
According to LFS–UST, Senior High School (SHS) Student Council Head Councilor Shoti Ampatuan was given a show cause notice due to his affiliation with Anakbayan–UST SHS,...
The UST - Faculty of Medicine and Surgery (FMS) expressed their grief over the passing of Dr. Lorenzo Magat in an online eulogy on Thursday, Jan....
The copycat page, since yesterday, Jan. 3, has already put up satirical posts that deride activism and label rallyists as communists.
"Whoever is running this page is spreading a malicious and unfounded accusation via a seemingly innocuous blind item," Salvosa said in a tweet.