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No podium finish for AYAA bets

No podium finish for AYAA bets

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THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters Ambassador Jason Javier and Ambassadress Rafaella Potestades failed to win the crown in the Thomasian Youth Ambassador and Ambassadress (TYAA) Awards Night. But Javier did not go home empty-handed as he and Bea Aquino of College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (CTHM) were awarded as Mr. and Miss. Congeniality. This year's TYAA Andre Raña and Aquino, both from CTHM, bagged the awards for Best in Talent, Real Beauty Wear, Best in Skin Lounge, Best in Theme Wear, and Best in Modern Filipino Wear. Raña, along with Julyan Leonida of Pharmacy, also received the Thomasians' Choice Award. Pharmacy's Allen Acuna and Leonida were this year's first runners-up. Following them were Engineering's Jose Artuz and Precious Dela Cruz as second runners-up. ...
LM, ELS sophomores represent AB in TYAA

LM, ELS sophomores represent AB in TYAA

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THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) Youth Ambassador and Ambassadress were formally introduced to the Thomasian community, along with the candidates from other colleges and faculties, in the launching of this year’s Thomasian Youth Ambassador and Ambassadress (TYAA). Showcasing their looks and wits, Legal Management (LM) sophomore Jason Javier and English Language Studies sophomore Rafaella Potestades descended the UST Main Building grand staircase with grace last April 22. Javier and Potestades were selected in a panel screening for Mr. and Ms. AB last April 1. They were judged based on their personalities, interview answers, talents, essays, and over-all performance. LM sophomores Joshua Carillo and Ann Catherine Calingasan finished as first runners-up. In an interview w...