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Mikkah Factor

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Professor Emeritus Co: Seek true knowledge through philosophy

NAMED AS Professor Emeritus for his outstanding contributions to the University and the field of philosophy, “Venerable Master” Alfredo Co, Ph.D. urged Thomasians to continue the pursuit of true knowledge and beauty through philosophy amid today’s virtual age. “I am disturbed that man is gradually abandoning the ideal search of …

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AB blasts Nursing for 1st Goodwill victory

THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) Women’s Basketball Team is recovering the lethal form that carried it to the Thomasian Goodwill Games Finals last year through a methodical handling of the College of Nursing (Nursing) Women’s Basketball Team, 56-23, in their elimination round duel held March 7 at the …

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Thomasians urged to take a stand vs. Martial Law

“[THE DECLARATION of Martial Law] can happen, but only if you let it happen. ‘Pag pinabayaan niyong mangyari, ‘pag ‘di kayo kumilos, mangyayari.” This was the challenge of anti-Martial Law advocates to Thomasians in a forum held Feb. 24 in commemoration of the 31st anniversary of the EDSA Revolution. Ana …

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History, LegMa score first game wins in AB basketball league

THE TEAMS of History and Legal Management (LegMa) grabbed their first triumphs against Sociology and Journalism, respectively, in the season opener of this year’s Athena Cup basketball tournament held Feb. 14. History got the better of Sociology, last year’s Athena Cup: Basketball first runner-up, in a tense overtime period, 42-38. Sociology and …

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Artlets urged to share accurate PH history to people

SEN. GREGORIO Honasan called on Artlets, especially History majors, to provide the next generation of Filipinos a “proper sense of history” in order to produce “better” leaders in the future. “You (Artlets) will play a very crucial part in giving the next generation, and your generation as well, the proper sense …

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Pasinaya 2017: Painting Life with the Art of Peace

THE CULTURAL Center of the Philippines (CCP) was jam-packed with people flocking to the 13th Pasinaya Open House Festival: Palabas at Palihan last February 4-5, 2017. With the theme “Art for Peace,” the collaboration of companies, groups, and individuals has brought the Filipino spirit closer to the people. Art enthusiasts refreshed …

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Environmentalists call on youth to adopt zero waste living

STUDENTS SHOULD partake in achieving a zero waste surrounding as early as now to attain a sustainable world in the future, environmentalists from different countries told Thomasians in a forum held Thursday. “What we could do to the environment today will affect not just you, not just your children, not just …

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