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Lit, PolSci bag Glaucus Prize championships

By MARIA EDEN T. DINO LITERATURE AND Political Science (PolSci) emerged as this year’s Glaucus Prize champions in the group and individual category, respectively. The Literature team composed of Tristan Acda, Isabela Baños, Evita Garcia, Lloyd Opalec, and Marinette Sobrevilla garnered a total of 160 points, besting 10 other majors. …

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CA, Econ to vie for Athena Cup basketball championship

By ALI IAN MARCELINO V. BIONG and CRIS EUGENE T. GIANAN DEFENDING CHAMPION Communication Arts (CA) and Economics will face each other in the Athena Cup basketball finals after overthrowing Behavioral Science (BES) and Philosophy, respectively. CA kept BES at the bay, 71-60, as the team started the game with …

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Philo prof gets highest award for dissertation

By ALI IAN MARCELINO V. BIONG A PHILOSOPHY professor from the Faculty of Arts and Letters received on Friday the highest recognition for theses and dissertations conferred by the Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino. Emmanuel de Leon was awarded the Gawad Julian Cruz Balmaseda for his dissertation written in Filipino titled “Ang …

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Uson voluntarily returns gov’t service award

By MARIA EDEN T. DINO PRESIDENTIAL COMMUNICATIONS Office Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson returned her Thomasian Alumni in Government Service award on Wednesday despite the refusal of UST Alumni Association Inc. (UST-AAI) to revoke it. Uson’s representative returned the award to UST-AAI Chairman Emeritus Robert Sy and Board Adviser Jack Castañeda. …

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ABSC, JRN Society decry Uson’s gov’t service award

By CRIS EUGENE T. GIANAN STUDENT BODIES of the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) denounced the Sunday decision of the University of Santo Tomas Alumni Association, Inc. (UST-AAI) to honor Presidential Communications Office Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson with a government service award. In a statement, the AB Student Council “strongly …

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Robredo: Youth can help fight climate change

By ANGELIQUE ANNE F. TORRES TODAY’S GENERATION that has defied the labels “shallow,” “selfie-taking,” and “narcissistic” could help reduce effects of climate change with the aid of latest technologies and by small steps such as using nature-friendly materials instead of plastics. This was the message of Vice President Leni Robredo in …

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AB dethrones Educ in Teomasino

By CRIS EUGENE T. GIANAN THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) claimed the top spot in this year’s Teomasino: Thomasian Theology Quiz Bee after dominating both the elimination and extemporaneous speech rounds Wednesday at the Medicine Auditorium. AB Team composed of Sociology senior Alexandra Azul, History junior Dennis Amarante, …

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No podium finish for AB Men’s in Goodwill

By MARIA EDEN T. DINO THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) Men’s Volleyball Team faltered against the UST Senior High School (SHS), 20-25, 27-29, and 17-25, settling for fourth place in this year’s Thomasian Goodwill Games at the P. Noval Court Tuesday. The Dapitan-based squad almost grabbed the second …

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AB to hold alumni homecoming for Artlets, Philets

By ALI IAN MARCELINO V. BIONG THE UST Philets and Artlets Alumni Association, Inc., in partnership with the Arts and Letters Student Council (ABSC), is set to hold an alumni homecoming on Dec. 3 at the Buenaventura Garcia Paredes, O.P. Building. The event titled “Grandeur and Glory: A Homage to …

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