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Artlets bag awards in univ-wide debate contest

Photo courtesy of Sophia Salonga

  MEMBERS of the AB Debate Parliament (ABDP) once again took home awards in this year’s Dialectics, the university-wide debate competition organized by the Thomasian Debaters Council. History sophomore John Steven Usero emerged as the competition’s third best speaker while Communication Arts (CA) junior Taj Majal Pasihul and Asian Studies (ASN) …

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AB remains unbeaten, destroys CTHM

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THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) Women’s Basketball Team demolished the College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (CTHM), 57-28, to preserve its unbeaten record and inch closer to securing a playoff seed in this year’s Thomasian Goodwill Games. AB’s Alaina Dimdam finished with 24 points—13 of which coming from …

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Artlet CSC hopefuls aim for honest, active student council

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CENTRAL STUDENT Council (CSC) bets from the Faculty of Arts and Letters are seeking an improved system of information dissemination and a more responsive student council for the next academic year. Eyeing the position of treasurer, Journalism junior Christopher Daniel Reyes from Lakas ng Diwang Tomasino said holistic transparency brings student …

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Varying English language reception tackled in lecture

photo by MARIANNE LORRAINE M. SAMILING

IN ORDER to be welcoming to a person’s weaknesses in the English language, one must re-evaluate his perceptions on how the language is received by different social groups, a professor from the University of the Philippines (UP) told Thomasians in a lecture held March 28. Aileen Salonga, associate dean for …

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22 hopefuls file candidacy for ABSC polls

Photo by JANINE C. PEREA

TWENTY-TWO ARTLETS formalized their bids in this year’s Faculty of Arts and Letters Student Council (ABSC) elections after filing their certificates of candidacy on March 27. Independent candidates and bets from political parties Dekada, Grand Alliance for Progress (GAP), and Student Alliance for the Advancement of Democratic Rights in UST (STAND-UST) …

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