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Youth urged to work together to change society

TO CONTRIBUTE to nation-building and end apathy, the youth must unite and create changes in the society by spreading awareness and taking stand on various issues. This was the challenge of speakers from different universities to Artlets during DANAS: The 4th UST Literary Society Social Issues Seminar on ‘Nation’-Building and …

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Pol Sci sophomore is new CSC PRO

POLITICAL SCIENCE (PolSci) sophomore and independent candidate Francis Gabriel Santos was elected public relations officer of the Central Student Council (CSC) after garnering a total of 9,277 votes. Santos swept fellow Artlet Lance Lauren Santiago from Lakas Tomasino Coalition (LTC) and Nursing junior John Rhorick Legaspi from Lakas ng Diwang Tomasino …

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Only 4 of 7 ABSC posts filled; GAP’s bet is new prexy

SPECIAL ELECTIONS will be held next academic year after abstain votes outnumbered the votes garnered by the candidates for the Arts and Letters Student Council (ABSC) vice president-internal, secretary, and auditor. A total of 678 Artlets abstained for the position of vice president-internal, defeating independent candidate Daniela Angela Frigillana (604 …

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AB set to face rival IPEA in Goodwill semis

A HEAD-ON DUEL against last season’s champions, Institute of Physical Education and Athletics (IPEA), awaits the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) Women’s Basketball Team after the team handily disposed the College of Rehabilitation Sciences (CRS) last April 20. Leading AB to secure a final four slot in this year’s Thomasian …

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Artlets bag awards in univ-wide debate contest

  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

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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