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CSC welcomes interim officers
Student organizations slam Pemberton pardon
SHS code of conduct bans recording of online classes
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Political Science junior and former Central Student Council Public Relations Officer Francis Gabriel Santos was proclaimed president with 13,351 votes.
Public relations officer (PRO) candidate Jeremiah Pasion said that the removal of abstain votes "undermines the democratic right of every Thomasian to demand and call for...
Graduate School student and treasurer bet Rome Voltaire Gomez was disqualified from the elections after failing to meet the required number of enrolled units for candidates.
Lone accredited political party Lakasdiwa did not field any candidates for the Central Student Council elections as 11 independent bets filled the list.
In a press conference on Thursday, Central Commission on Elections Medicine Commissioner Ivan Pulanco elaborated that they have removed "abstain" in the new system developed by...
2016 was a merely a teaser for more terrible things to come—but 2017 was also the year we fought back.
Questioning the 'abstain' votes poses the possibility of removing abstentions from future polls.
Remember when we said that 2016 would be our year? It’s just a memory now.
Lakas Tomasino Coalition candidates led this year’s Central Student Council (CSC) election, after failing to get accredited last year, claiming five out of six posts.
The UST Central Commission on Elections postponed, for the second time, the proclamation of Central Student Council election winners