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Batch 2016 records most number of Latin honorees

THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) produced 149 graduates with Latin honors—the highest number recorded in the last 120 years—during the 2016 Solemn Investitures held Monday. AB yielded one summa cum laude, 17 magna cum laudes, and 131 cum laudes out of 973 graduates. Leading this year’s Artlet graduates is …

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No podium finish for AYAA bets

THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters Ambassador Jason Javier and Ambassadress Rafaella Potestades failed to win the crown in the Thomasian Youth Ambassador and Ambassadress (TYAA) Awards Night. But Javier did not go home empty-handed as he and Bea Aquino of College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (CTHM) were awarded as …

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AB slips in Pautakan 2016

AFTER LAST year’s bridesmaid finish in the team category of Pautakan, the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) failed to secure a spot in the top three of this year’s intercollegiate quiz contest. The AB team composed of the Flame Literary Editor Arvee Gomez, Imee Camille Advincula, Hannah Luise Baltazar, …

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Artlet student leaders, achievers excel in Student Awards

SEVERAL STUDENTS and organizations in the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) received recognition for their exemplary academic and co-curricular performance in the 2016 Student Awards Day. Leading the student-awardees from the Faculty was Behavioral Science senior Zheanne Amira Dantis who received the Rector’s Academic Award after obtaining a general weighted …

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AB profs honored in 17th Dangal ng UST

FACULTY MEMBERS from the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) received recognition for their exemplary service and stay in the University during the 17th Dangal ng UST Awards. The Hall of Fame award was bestowed upon Prof. Jove Jim Aguas, Ph.D. from the Department of Philosophy after receiving Gawad Santo …

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Thomasians have political maturity, University study shows

THE STUDY of the University’s Research Center for Culture, Education, and Social Issues (RCCESI) named Thomasian Initiative for Good Election Results (TIGER) 2016 found that the youth possess political maturity and awareness on national and global issues. “This appears to be reflecting a sense of political maturity among a group …

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GAP, SDP ask AB Comelec to declare poll failure

POLITICAL PARTIES Grand Alliance for Progress (GAP) and Students’ Democratic Party (SDP) demanded the Faculty of Arts and Letters Commission on Elections (AB Comelec) to declare this year’s Arts and Letters Student Council (ABSC) elections a failure due to “negligence and inefficiency” of the said poll body. In a letter addressed …

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Media studes urged to play role in nat’l polls

COMMUNICATION STUDENTS from different universities were urged to go beyond casting their votes in the upcoming national elections and engage in the electoral process through different forms of media. DZRH Manila station manager Atty. Rudolph Jularbal said in this year’s Podcast Convention (Pod Con) that it is important for the youth, …

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LM, ELS sophomores represent AB in TYAA

THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) Youth Ambassador and Ambassadress were formally introduced to the Thomasian community, along with the candidates from other colleges and faculties, in the launching of this year’s Thomasian Youth Ambassador and Ambassadress (TYAA). Showcasing their looks and wits, Legal Management (LM) sophomore Jason Javier …

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