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Artlets urged to pray for Maguindanao massacre victims

ARTLETS WERE encouraged to pray for the pursuit of justice for the victims of Maguindanao massacre in a commemoration mass held Monday. “We pray [for the] justice in our society and at the same time, we pray for a love that would heal all the hurts [and] all the inequities …

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Relevance of critical theory in society discussed in forum

THE CONNECTION between critical theory and public sphere was discussed in a public lecture titled “Critical Theory and Philippine Society: Perspectives from Inside Out/Outside In” Friday, at the Martyr’s Hall, as a commemoration of this year’s World Philosophy Day. Critical theory, as defined by Department of Philosophy Chair Dr. Paolo …

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Thomasians support Lumads in forum

THOMASIANS SHOWED their support for the Lumads to fight for their rights and to end the killing of their fellow tribesmen in Mindanao in an advocacy forum and cultural presentation held Friday at the Benavides Auditorium. Asst. Prof. Mark Anthony Abenir, community development director of UST Simbahayan, upheld the University’s …

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AB volleyball teams exit Goodwill

THE TITLE hopes for the men’s and women’s volleyball teams of the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) are over after they lost in their do-or-die quarterfinal matches in this year’s Thomasian Goodwill Games. Aiming for a season comeback, the AB Men’s team bowed and surrendered the ticket to the semifinals …

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Relevance of mysticism in faith discussed in forum

PHILOSOPHY MAJORS were encouraged to comprehend the relevance of mysticism in embracing one’s faith by engaging in philosophical talks in a forum titled “Mysticism: A Challenge to Spiritual Intimacy” held Wednesday at the Engineering Conference Hall. Mysticism, as defined by Assoc. Prof. Reynaldo Reyes, is an intimate experience with the …

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Thomasian voters urged to elect worthy leaders

Thomasians were encouraged to cast “well-informed votes” in the 2016 national elections in a forum titled “Elect Protect: Making Your Vote Count” held Tuesday at the Martyr’s Hall of the Ecclesiastical Faculties. Office of the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Chairman Legal Head Atty. Nesrin Cali, who spoke on behalf of …

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Peace negotiators urge Artlets to support BBL

The Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) is the key to end conflict in Mindanao, said peace negotiators from the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) yesterday in a forum titled “Usaping Bangsamoro sa Administrasyong Aquino” held at the Thomas Aquinas Research Complex Auditorium. Prof. Miriam Coronel-Ferrer, chairman of the …

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The Flame launches official website

THE FLAME, the official student publication of the University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB), took the challenge of adapting to today’s technological world as it launched its official website during the seminar titled “How Press Works 2.0: The Changing Landscape of Journalism” last Friday, Oct. 23, at …

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AS, Philo seniors celebrate 27th Confucian Night

Asian Studies and Philosophy seniors celebrated the 27th Confucian Night held last Sept. 28 at the Oasis Hotel Manila, San Juan City, seeking to redefine the Confucian gentleman in the modern era. Department of Interdisciplinary Studies chair Assoc. Prof Lino Baron said Confucius saw himself as a transmitter of tradition, …

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