• 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

  • Rector to UST Batch 2015: 'Give life to others'

    LIBERTY. Graduates of the Faculty and Arts and Letters light the candle representing Christ the light during the Baccalaureate Mass. Photo by Basilio H. Sepe ... Read More

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    Surviving American internees of the Santo Tomas Internment Camp during the Second World War open the exhibit of the UST Museum of Arts and Sciences marking the 70th anniversary of the Liberation of Manila. Welcoming them back to UST were Vice Rector Fr. Richard Ang, O.P. and Museum Director Fr. Isidro Abaño, O.P. Photo by SHERWIN MARION T. VARDELEON ... Read More


    The opening of Christmas lights signifies the start of Paskuhan season in the University. Paskuhan will be held on Dec. 8, coinciding with the Feast of Immaculate Conception. ALVIN JOSEPH KASIBAN ... Read More

  • The Pope in the Philippines

    The Varsitarian launches special coverage of 2015 Papal Visit ... Read More

  • Despite rain, thousands flock to La Naval

    SEA OF LIGHT. Devouts of the of Nuestra Señora del Santísimo Rosario de La Naval de Manila join the celebration of her feast. Photo by Basilio H. Sepe ... Read More

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Thomasian artists to take part in ManilArt 2015

October 7, 2015, 4:26p.m. - THE WORKS of 173 artists, including those of Thomasian visual artists, will be displayed in ManilArt 2015, the country’s longest-running art fair, on Oct. 8-11 at the convention hall of SM Aura Premier in Taguig.

The art fair, now on its seventh edition, will focus on Filipino culture in the global limelight with the theme "Raising the Filipino Colors on the World Stage." Works of prominent Thomasian artists such as glass sculptor Ramon Orlina, father of Philippine conceptual art Roberto Chabet and painter Raul Isidro will be on display and sale. Thirteen other Thomasian artists will participate. read more »

CALL FOR ENTRIES: The 1st UST National Campus Journalism Awards

The 1st UST National Campus Journalism Awards (UNCJA) will honor outstanding works in journalism at the university or college level in three categories: (1) Best In-Depth News, (2) Best Feature and (3) Best Editorial.

The UNCJA is supported by a grant from retired Washington-based labor lawyer Julio Macaranas Jr., a two-time editor in chief of The Varsitarian, the 87-year-old official student publication of the University of Santo Tomas. Macaranas established the awards in honor of his late mother, Mercedes, who taught him how to write.

The awards will be given out during "Inkblots," the annual national campus journalism fellowship and conference established by The Varsitarian in 1999. read more »

Mockery of separation of church and state

ACCUSING Justice Secretary Leila de Lima of being behind the criminal complaint filed by expelled Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) minister Isaias Samson Jr. against the INC leadership for alleged illegal detention, tens of thousands of the sect's members took to Edsa and surrounding streets to demand that the case be withdrawn, that De Lima stop meddling in the affairs of the INC, and for the government to respect the separation of church and state. read more »

Junior Golden Tigresses trounce La Salle Zobel

October 7, 2015, 6:54p.m. - THE UST Junior Golden Tigresses smothered the De La Salle Zobel (DLSZ) Junior Lady Spikers in straight sets, 25-18, 25-16, 25-15, for their ninth victory in the UAAP Season 78 girls' volleyball tournament at the Adamson University gym Wednesday.

UST moved up the ladder with a 9-2 win-loss record, behind league-leaders National University Lady Bullpups.

The Junior Golden Tigresses erupted with a 7-2 run to seal the win after La Salle cut UST's 12-point lead to five, 13-18. 

La Salle recorded 43 unforced errors in the match. 

Eya Laure led UST with 15 points, while Rose Jauculan and Imee Hernandez added seven points apiece. read more »

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