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Artlets dominate 31st Gawad Ustetika

ARTLETS ONCE again proved that the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) is home to the University’s best literary writers after bagging 17 out of 30 awards in the recently concluded 31st Gawad Ustetika. Winning big was Literature junior George Deoso who walked away with two first place awards for …

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AB exits Goodwill with bridesmaid finish vs. IPEA

THEY SUPRISED their opponents and the Thomasian community when they came out as a stronger squad, but this year’s Thomasian Goodwill Games basketball championship was not theirs to win. This year’s champs, Institute of Physical Education and Athletics (IPEA), handed the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) Women’s Basketball Team their …

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Artlets win in univ-wide debate contest

MEMBERS OF the AB Debate Parliament (ABDP) bagged awards in Dialectics, the annual university-wide debate competition sponsored by the Thomasians Debaters Council. Out of the competition’s ten best speakers, five winners came from AB. Dominating the top three spots were ABDP prime minister and Behavioral Science junior Sophia Marionne Salonga, Journalism …

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AB Week gains good feedback from Artlets

LEGAL MANAGEMENT (LM) senior Edrea Jean Ramirez has been studying in the University for almost four years, but this year’s celebration of the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) Week was “the only time [she] genuinely felt that we are indeed celebrating.” Ramirez is just one of the Artlets who …

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AB Women’s unscathed, advances to Goodwill semis

  THE TOP seed Faculty of Arts and Letters Women’s Basketball Team (AB) overcame the pesky defense of the Faculty of Engineering Women’s Basketball Team (Engineering) to book a semifinal spot in this year’s Thomasian Goodwill Games. AB is on a four-game winning streak wherein they edged out all their …

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Importance of diplomacy discussed in 3rd UST Model UN

STUDENTS FROM local and international universities gathered at the University of Santo Tomas to understand the importance of diplomatic process and discuss global issues during the third UST Model United Nations (MUN). International Relations lecturer Jan Michael Denila tackled the roles of diplomats, whom he defined as “inextricably linked with representation …

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AB outplays CRS, heads to quarterfinals

STANDING ATOP bracket B, the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) Women’s Basketball team will advance to the quarterfinals of this year’s Thomasian Goodwill Games after trouncing the College of Rehabilitation Sciences (CRS), 54-39. Alaina Dimdam once again showed off her shooting prowess after scoring 13 of her game-high 23 …

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Philosophy grabs AB Sportsfest basketball crown

PHILOSOPHY SEIZED the championship in this year’s AB Sportsfest basketball league after defeating last season’s first runner-up Sociology in a head-to-head finals match, 72-68. Hencel Gumabay, who was awarded the Most Valuable Player, contributed 18 points for Philosophy. Jericho Abesamis and John Emmanuel Tan also added 12 points each in …

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Senatorial bets Ople, Romulo seek to improve education in PH

SENATORIAL CANDIDATES Susan “Toots” Ople and Roman Romulo said improving the country’s education system would be one of their legislative agendas should they win in this year’s elections. Overseas Filipino workers advocate and Nacionalista Party bet Ople said she would push for the passage of a Magna Carta for Students. The …

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CASA Footworks wins 4-peat in Cypher

THE COMMUNICATION Arts Students Association (CASA) Footworks defended its crown as champion for four straight years in Cypher, the annual inter-major street dance competition of the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB). CASA Footworks bested 11 other contenders after garnering a total of 93 points for its Peter Pan-inspired dance …

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