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Thomasian Debaters Council to hold symposium on Martial Law

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THE THOMASIAN Debaters Council (TDC), the official debate varsity of the University of Santo Tomas (UST), will be holding “Diskursong Tomasino: The Martial Law Chapter,” a symposium on the various aspects of Martial Law in relation to present-day events on March 11. “Contemporary events prove how relevant it is to educate …

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4th UST MUN tackles peacemaking and poverty

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OVER 180 delegates from local and international universities gathered at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) for this year’s UST Model United Nations (MUN) to discuss issues on poverty and advocate ways for international peacemaking. International Relations lecturer Jan Michael Denila urged the aspiring diplomats during the conference’s opening ceremony to …

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ASN tops AB Debate 2017

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THE TEAM of Asian Studies (ASN) emerged as the champion of this year’s Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) Debate Series, the annual inter-major debate competition of the Faculty held last Feb. 19 and 26. The team was composed of juniors Lorraine Sajorda and Michael Gutierrez, and sophomore Moses Rivera. Sajorda …

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Medicine hands AB its first loss in Goodwill

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THE FACULTY of Medicine and Surgery (Medicine) Men’s Basketball Team survived a late game rally from the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) Men’s Basketball Team, denying the Dapitan-based squad its first win in this year’s Thomasian Goodwill Games, 77-73, at the Quadricentennial Pavilion last Feb. 28. Medicine’s main gunner Josemarie …

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PolSci is back-to-back AB Sportsfest volleyball champion

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POLITICAL SCIENCE (PolSci) defended its crown in the AB Sportsfest mixed volleyball category after sweeping Behavioral Science (BES), 25-19, 25-23, and 25-23 in the championship match held Feb. 24. PolSci’s team captain Judenn Mascareñas, hailed as the Most Valuable Player, contributed 12 points for his team. The defending victors’ road to …

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Thomasians urged to take a stand vs. Martial Law

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“[THE DECLARATION of Martial Law] can happen, but only if you let it happen. ‘Pag pinabayaan niyong mangyari, ‘pag ‘di kayo kumilos, mangyayari.” This was the challenge of anti-Martial Law advocates to Thomasians in a forum held Feb. 24 in commemoration of the 31st anniversary of the EDSA Revolution. Ana …

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CASA Footworks bags 5-peat in Cypher

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FOR THE fifth straight year, the Communication Arts Students Association (CASA) Footworks once again owned the dance floor as it defended its championship title in Cypher, the annual inter-major street dance competition in the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB). Besting 11 other dance troupes in AB, CASA Footworks garnered 96 …

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PolSci eyes back-to-back volleyball titles, set to face BES

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POLITICAL SCIENCE (PolSci) is back in the spotlight of the Athena Cup mixed volleyball tournament as it is set to defend its title against a red hot Behavioral Science (BES) squad on Feb. 24. PolSci prevailed over Legal Management (LegMa) in a heart-stopping five-set match, 27-29, 25-20, 19-25, 25-23, and 16-14 …

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