UST perfects August 2021 architecture boards
UST, pumangalawa sa mechanical engineering boards ngayong taon
UST mamamahagi ng 1,000 libreng pocket Wi-Fi para sa online class
Kilatisin nang mabuti ang mga kandidato — mga beteranong peryodista
Never again shall we falter injustice — CSC, LSCs
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
#TWenty: TomasinoWeb’s year-end 2020 special
Walang sikreto na ‘di nabubunyag sa Agosto 2021
R101 Playlist: you’re in room 3k at tan yan kee
Oras na ba para tumayo laban sa Pinoybaiting?
Tara’t tangkilikin ang sariling atin sa Rektikano 2021: Online Bazaar
UST Sorting Hat
UST UAAP Season 81
Graduating Thomasians answer what they will miss in UST
Paskuhan 2017: King of Kings
Paskuhan Opening of Lights 2017
Mula sa pagbuking ng mga vlogger na humahabol lamang ng clicks, mga ahensyang natimbog dahil sa kanilang kasakiman, hanggang sa pag-iyak ng mga sadboi. Magugulat pa...
“Iba yung happiness, yung excitement, if it’s really in person that you’d be able to cheer and experience the spirit of the Thomasian community,” saad ni...
Dr. Sheryl Dionisio, the Director of the UST Health Service, said that the University encouraged its staff and employees eligible for the vaccination program to participate...
"If 250,000 (vaccine doses are given) per day, we will get to containment in October and herd immunity in November.[T]his is a realistic and attainable goal...
Another month in the pandemic yet the chaotic good and chaotic evil continue to wind up our lives. While generally more good came out, this month...
Thomasian journalism students bagged awards for their academic papers and journalistic outputs during the 2021 Philippine Journalism Research Conference (PJRC) held on May 7 and 8.
It is not just an act of exemplifying the “bayanihan spirit” that Filipinos are known for but a call for accountability.
Thomasian alumna May Parson marked the historical moment of inoculating the first Covid-19 vaccine last year.
Such statements coming from politicians are bothersome because it is as if they are not willing to listen to other people's ideas, and given how they...
The pandemic has created a huge shift in all working environments. Schools, offices, and other institutions and agencies had to adapt to the new normal in...
The project was developed by EEnovatics, under the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) - TOMASinno Center, whose goal is to make contract tracing “reliable and...
While online masses are a good alternative, these are still “incomparable” to face-to-face Eucharistic gatherings, faculty members of the University’s Institute of Religion (UST-IR) said Tuesday,...
With the country seemingly going back to square one, we cannot blame people’s dimming hope for the resumption of normal life this year.
"'Stay safe and see you next week!'"
Little did I know at the time that March 9 would be the last day I would be able to see the University and my friends...
This followed the advisory released by the Association of Philippine Medical Colleges, which called on universities to halt internship rotations until further notice.
With unemployment and limited resources, we have found ourselves clutching onto the tiniest bit of hope we could find just to survive.
But in the midst of all of these, how do single people celebrate Valentine’s Day?
According to Archdiocese of Manila Apostolic Administrator Broderick Pabillo, the Vatican instructed the ash to be sprinkled on the heads of churchgoers instead of the traditional...
The first year of the decade greeted us with grueling challenges. What's next?