• Palm Sunday

    Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle blesses palm fronds outside the Manila Cathedral to mark the start of the Holy Week last March 20. Photo by BASILIO H. SEPE ... Read More

  • Real Presence

    The Papal legate to the 51st International Eucharistic Congress Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Myanmar leads the Opening Mass last Jan. 24. Photo by ANGELI MAE S. CANTILLANA ... Read More

  • Five more campuses eyed

    PROSPECTUS. Rector Fr. Herminio Dagohoy addresses the Thomasian community regarding his plans for the University last Oct. 16 at the Medicine Auditorium. Photo by BASILIO H. SEPE ... Read More

  • PUMPED UP

    The UST Growling Tigers are poised to defend the general championship this UAAP Season 78. Photo taken during the UAAP Opening Ceremony at the Smart Araneta Coliseum last Sept. 5. Photo by BASILIO H. SEPE ... Read More

  • Imahen ng Santo Niño de Cebu, bumisita sa Maynila

    MULING pinaalalahanan ang mga laiko na kanilang responsibilidad ang alagaan ang kalikasan bilang bahagi ng kanilang misyon ... Read More

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Former Chief Justice Corona passes away at 67

April 29, 2016, 1:33p.m. - FORMER Chief Justice Renato Corona, who finished his law doctorate in UST, passed away earlier today, April 29, after cardiac arrest. He was 67.

The National Transformation Council, to which Corona belonged, confirmed Corona's death at 1:48 a.m. today through a Facebook post.

The Supreme Court Public Information Office, through Twitter, said Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno had ordered flags to be flown at half-staff in all courts, nationwide to mourn Corona’s death.

Corona obtained his doctor of civil law degree from UST in 2011, with a general weighted average of 1.04.  He finished his bachelor of laws at Ateneo de Manila in 1974. read more »

A failure of Thomasian education?

IT IS ironic how a university that prides itself as the oldest Catholic university in Asia is also the home of students who are mostly morally selective and apathetic to Catholic teachings and values.

A voter-education survey of the Varsitarian showed that Thomasians consider morality as the most important quality of a candidate for the national elections (39 percent); followed by education (28), government platform (16), and experience (13). Popularity and “endorsements” came out the lowest with one percent each. read more »

UST dominates Nestea Beach Volleyball tournament

May 1, 2016, 8:41p.m. - UST'S beach volleyball teams captured back-to-back titles in the annual Nestea Beach Volleyball Tournament in Boracay yesterday. read more »

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