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Thomasians gathered in yet another prayer vigil and candle lighting ceremony for peaceful elections
The Santisimo Rosario Church Parish Priest reminded Thomasians to be united in prayer, despite differences in political beliefs, Friday, at the Plaza Mayor.
Presidential candidate Miriam Defensor-Santiago condemned vote buying and the absence of “real political parties” in her speech
Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano and Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. engaged in one of the most heated arguments during a segment about corruption in the first and...
The University of Santo Tomas, along with CNN Philippines and Business Mirror, is hosting the first and only vice presidential debates
The 2016 Philippine elections is the latest social media phenomenon to have Twitter’s special emojis.
Senatorial candidates Roman Romulo and Susan Ople detail their platforms in a senatorial forum organized by the Faculty of Arts and Letters Student Council
“Secret,” were the only replies that United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) tandem Vice President Jejomar Binay and Sen. Gregorio Honasan when they were asked about their alternative...
The University of Santo Tomas (UST) has joined forces again with ABS-CBN for the Halalan 2016 coverage which ensures not just an on-ground campaign that will...
Advocacy group Task Force Eleksyon spontaneously mobilized in front of the Commission on Elections office at the Palacio del Gobernador today, Feb. 9, on the heels...
Vice presidential bet Alan Peter Cayetano affirmed in an exclusive interview with TomasinoWeb that protection for journalists is part of his and running mate Davao Mayor...
An election advocacy coalition for clean elections launched its 2016 election campaign "Veritas". Veritas is the “standard” proposed by Task Force Eleksyon which is to be used...
Senatorial candidate and UST alumna Susan Ople says that she will fight for OFWs, labor and women's issues.
“Be critical, not cynical.” That was the advice of blogger and Manila Bulletin columnist Tonyo Cruz to Thomasians in “Suri at Pili: A Media and Election...
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) will organize a vice presidential debate in the University on April 10 next year. The vice presidential candidates will converse about...
In hopes of raising awareness for informed voting in the 2016 elections, bands The Juans, Banda ni Kleggy, Imago and Chicosci played at the Plaza Mayor for an...
Economist David Barua Yap II warned Thomasians in a forum that social media and internet can both be beneficial and harmful to voters and political bets for the...
THOMASIANS are more inclined to abstain rather than vote for any presidential candidate in the upcoming 2016 elections, a study finds.
LIKE MOST college students, biology major Thea Caguitla, 19, has never found time to have herself registered as a voter for the upcoming elections next year.
THE UNIVERSITY'S Central Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Vice-Chairperson Raymond John Naguit presented on Wednesday night the Aktiboto projects aimed for maximum youth involvement for the coming 2016 elections.