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The Supreme Court has ordered the immediate release of Aegis Juris leader Arvin Balag from the Senate detention facility.
Netizens slammed the party’s title “Extra Joyful Krismas” for its supposed play on the EJK acronym.
The University posted a 100-percent passing rate, with 12 Thomasians landing in the top 10 highest scorers.
Prior to the death threat, the League of Filipino Students member had been receiving phone calls from the same number since Saturday, Dec. 2.
UST has the most number of Level IV status programs in the country and has the highest number of accredited programs in the National Capital Region.
According to the police, an estimated 6,290 aspiring lawmakers out of 7,227 applicants took the examination.
The University posted a 93.81-percent mark in the elementary level while it garnered a score of 94.74-percent in the secondary level.
UST garnered a 24.74 percent passing rate or 24 out of 97 Thomasian examinees passed the exam.
UST was named the third top performing school in the board exam and one Thomasian landed in the top 10.
Prof. Clarita Carillo of the UST Department of Teacher Education was one of the appointed assessors in the National Capital Region for the Institutional Sustainability Assessment...
UST garnered an 86.88 percent passing rate in the November 2017 civil engineering boards.
The University’s accountancy program was granted an exemption accreditation by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants last Nov. 16.
UST garnered a 96.53 percent passing rate in the October 2017 psychometrician boards.
The Central Commission on Elections will hold a special election on Nov. 20 to fill the four vacant posts in the Central Student Council.
Tight security was enforced around the campus as the bar examinations kicked off.
Thomasian Alfonso Solomon Magno emerged as the topnotcher in October 2017 licensure examination for accountants.
Faculty of Civil Law Dean Nilo Divina filed a counter-affidavit denying that he met with Castillo on Sept. 12.
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 was also named the top-performing school along with the Technological University of the Philippines-Visayas.
The University registered a 75.51-percent passing rate in the October 2017 licensure examination for chemists.