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
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“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
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“The unlawful killings of activists, lawyers, and the poor should never be normalized, nor should it have a place in our society,” the council said in...
Dela Rosa commended Fontanilla’s contributions to the University, along with her “impeccable” work ethic.
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.
Set to join the front line of the COVID-19 battle, new Thomasian doctors first conquered their physician licensure examinations (PLE)—the sole exam to continue under the...
University's College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (UST-CTHM) alumna on Wednesday, Nov. 25, urged students to use their passion in pursuing their courses despite hospitality industry...
The University maintained its fourth spot in the Philippines but slid down to 186th in the latest 2021 Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Asian University rankings released Wednesday,...
The University, from its fourth spot last March and September PLE, placed fifth among the top performing schools and recorded a passing rate of 95.61 percent...
The Duterte administration succeeded in shifting the attention of student activists from the pandemic to “peripheral issues,” a political science professor said on Monday, Nov. 23.
College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (CTHM) professors on Saturday, Nov. 21, called on various stakeholders to preserve the country’s culinary heritage by patronizing Filipino cuisine,...
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.
University colleges and faculties pushed to resume synchronous and asynchronous classes on Monday, Nov. 16.
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...
Rappler managing editor urged aspiring journalists Friday, Oct. 23, to fight propaganda-based disinformation caused by law enforcers.
The government should remain in its goal of flattening the curve to revive the economy, a lawmaker advised Saturday, Oct. 24.
Tourism officials stressed the importance of a responsible and “new normal-ready” recovery in the tourism sector amid gradual easing of health protocols in the ongoing COVID-19...
Veteran journalist and UST journalism professor urged media practitioners on Monday, Oct. 19, to take courage amid persistent attacks and to withstand tyranny in the country.
In a unity statement released Thursday, Oct. 22, the councils slammed the administration’s “selective justice” and denial of political prisoner Reina Mae Nasino to attend her...