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Former AB prof among new presidential appointees

By ANGELIQUE ANNE F. TORRES A FORMER professor from the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) was appointed by President Rodrigo Duterte as member of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) National Commission of the Philippines on Aug. 10. Jose David Lapuz, who taught Rizal courses and political …

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Philo online journal gets CHED incentive

By MARIA EDEN T. DINO THE ONLINE journal of the UST Department of Philosophy obtained a grant from the Journal Incentive Program (JIP) of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), giving the journal technical and financial support. Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy was given the Journal Challenge Grant, a grant …

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Kita Kita: Love seen through a fresh pair of eyes

By MINKA KLAUDIA S. TIANGCO MAN HAS forgotten a simple truth: that one needs to see beyond material objects, and instead should seek intangible aspects of one’s life that are truly essential. Yet, for a dear little prince, taming a fox and gazing at a garden of common roses is what …

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UST Rector: Recognize one’s beauty based on personality

ONE SHOULD see the beauty of a person through his/her good deeds and not just his/her physical appearance. This was the message of UST Rector Rev. Fr. Herminio Dagohoy O.P. to the Thomasian community during the Eucharistic celebration held Monday for the feast day of St. Dominic de Guzman. “It …

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AB welcomes more freshmen; JRN, LM back as freshmen programs

THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) welcomed 190 freshmen this year—72 students more than last academic year—during the annual Thomasian Welcome Walk held Friday. AB welcomed two sections of Communication Arts freshmen, and one section each of first year Political Science, Journalism, and Legal Management students.UST welcomed a total …

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Artlets to share building with Grade 12 HUMSS students

By MARIA EDEN T. DINO GRADE 12 students from the Humanities and Social Sciences strand (HUMSS) of the UST-Senior High School (SHS) will occupy St. Raymund de Peñafort Building with Artlets this academic year. Assistant Dean Narcisa Tabirara told the Flame that HUMSS students will use five classrooms in the building, …

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Embrace gifts of Holy Spirit, Thomasians urged

By JANYN MARIELLA MONTEALEGRE TO BECOME an effective agent of change in the Church and society, one should welcome the presence of the Holy Spirit in himself, the chair of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines’ (CBCP) Episcopal Commission on Catechesis and Catholic Education said. Most Rev. Roberto C. Mallari, …

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Joanna Estorque: Working Beyond Self-Limitations

By CRISTINA ELOISA A. BACLIG “YOU DON’T have to limit yourself.” This is what Joanna Estorque, a proud student assistant at UST, firmly believes as she strives to do more things beneficial not only to her, but to other people. Despite the demanding subjects and deadlines in her hectic life as …

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Sinandomeng: Reaping a Bountiful Harvest

By CORHEINNE JOYCE B. COLENDRES FARMING REQUIRES an immense amount of strength, patience, and dedication. Most are familiar with the job’s intensity, yet they are unaccustomed to the idea that farming is also a way of life. It is more than an act of reaping what one has sown; it …

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Instalado: Into Incontrollable Indigence

By ZYMON ARVINDALE R. DYKEE STEMMING FROM a dream of a fast-paced progression, the Chinese took the initiative to revamp the process of learning. From this initiative bore the “installation,” the process of stocking knowledge directly inside people’s brains. Despite gaining popularity and having been adopted by countries all over the …

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