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The Central Board recommended the use of online modules like “handouts, video tutorials, and pre-recorded lectures” which the students can use during the break.
Ever since online classes have been rampant in UST, we have noticed some interesting phenomena that happens in almost every class. These vary from each situation...
“The only problem na nakikita ko so far ay 'yung mga students na walang stable internet connection and 'yung mga kulang 'yung technological resources.”
The University's updated Collective Institutional Guidelines on COVID-19 notes that the current state of calamity and quarantine regulations limit the capacity of students and faculty members...
The UST Central Commission on Elections postponed, for the second time, the proclamation of Central Student Council election winners