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OnlyThomasians: OSG announces return of in-person Paskuhan

1 min readHowever, this year's Paskuhan festivities are exclusively for Thomasians.
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Published over 1 year ago on October 14, 2022

by Christian Patrick Laqui


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Paskuhan festivities will be back in-person after three years, the Office of the Secretary-General announced on Friday, Oct. 14.

The festivities will culminate with a concert on Dec. 19, 2022, which bears the theme “Pananabik, Pagbabalik, Panunumbalik.”

However, this year’s Paskuhan festivities are exclusively for Thomasians.

According to Secretary-General Fr. Louie Coronel O.P, the Paskuhan festivities, even the much-awaited Paskuhan concert, will only be open for current students, alumni, teaching, and non-teaching personnel.

The “Agape” or the start of the Paskuhan festivities will commence on Dec. 1 as the whole campus will be illuminated with Christmas lights after an evening mass.

A kickoff concert will also be held at the Plaza Mayor on the same date.

The University held its last in-person Paskuhan in December 2019, a month before the first reported COVID-19 case in the Philippines.

The Paskuhan festivities in the following years were attended by Thomasians virtually by watching the livestream from UST Tiger TV. — with reports from Justine Xyrah Garcia



University of Santo Tomas



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Christian Patrick Laqui

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Christian Patrick Laqui, also known as “Ian”, was the former Reports Editor of TomasinoWeb. Ian wrote about various matters, including the 2022 national elections, University student politics, activism, church, appointments and special awards, and human interest stories. He is currently a freelance journalist chasing stories on religion, human interests, justice, and politics.


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