28th Gawad Ustetika
The Varsitarian is now accepting manuscripts for the 28th Ustetika, its annual literary derby. The genres include: Poetry/Tula, Fiction/Katha, Essay/Sanaysay, One Act Play/Dula. Deadline of entries is on Jan. 12, 2013. For more information, contact Maria Luisa Mamaradlo (0906.499.3000) or Elora Jane Cangco (0915.125.1938).
howcouldyoubesoheartlesssss-dea asked: Hi! Where can I submit an entry for the fiction workshop? :)
OSG hinihikayat ang mga Tomasino na magsuot ng...
Hinihikayat ng Office of the Secretary General ang bawat Tomasino na magsuot ng PULANG DAMIT bukas bilang pagpapakita na ang UST ay isang Pro-Life na institusyon. Ito ay kaalinsabay ng magaganap na Prayer Rally bukas sa EDSA Shrine na kumokondena sa RH bill. Mauna sa V balita!
Thomasian Welcome Walk on Aug. 7
Schedule of the 2012 Thomasian Welcome Walk on Aug. 7: 3:30 p.m. - Freshmen parade (UST grounds) 5:30 p.m. - Eucharistic celebration (UST Grandstand) 6:45 p.m. - Welcome Rite (UST Grandstand) 7:30 p.m. - Free concert (Quadricentennial Pavilion open and covered courts) “All freshmen should be excused from their classes from 2 p.m. onwards. Classes in the upper levels should be dismissed at...
JULY 30 - No classes in UST
ANNOUNCEMENT: “Due to continuous rains and flooding in many areas of Manila, classes in high school, college and graduate levels, as well as work operations are cancelled today July 30, 2012.” - Office of the Secretary-General V informed, V updated!
UST Growling Tigers all set for Season 75 →
V informed, V updated! Video by Jaime T. Campos and Sherwin T. Vardeleon
Poll: Is the charging of six percent interest on... →
The Office of the Vice Rector for Finance issued a memorandum last month, charging six percent interest on unpaid tuition upon enrollment because of the “unpaid accounts reaching up to P85 million every year,” the Central Student Council said. The policy, though, was deferred until the next academic year. Join the poll here or click here to view the results.
Selected classes to be suspended for int'l...
Nov 13, 4:12 p.m. - CLASSES in selected year levels and colleges will be suspended from Wednesday to Friday to “decongest the University from heavy foot traffic” for the Quacquarelli Symonds Asia Pacific Professional Leaders in Education (QS-Apple) Conference and Exhibition to be held in UST. (read more)
UST is 'publisher of the year'
Nov. 13, 3:41 p.m. - THE UST Publishing House was again hailed “publisher of the year,” while two of its published books were awarded as one of the most outstanding Philippine books of 2010 at the 30th National Book Awards held at the National Museum last night. (read more)
Civil Law is sixth on list of top 10 law schools
Nov. 9, 12:35 p.m. - THE FACULTY of Civil Law, the country’s oldest law school, is only sixth in the latest ranking of law schools in the Philippines, but will still be awarded as an “Outstanding Law School” by the Legal Education Board (LEB) this Friday. By the LEB’s reckoning, Civil Law is No. 6 on the list of top 10 law schools based on bar examination results in the...
Campus tightens security for bar exams
“A Supreme Court security personnel stands on-guard inside a barricated area in UST to ensure peace and order for today’s law bar exams.” Photo by Jilson Seckler C. Tiu. Nov. 6, 4:27 p.m. - AUTHORITIES tightened security in and around the University as 6,000 examinees trooped to the campus to take the bar examinations today. (read more)
Tiger Spikers gun for 5th straight title; Lady...
“The towers of Espana make a solid wall to boost their bid for the UAAP volleyball crown last season.” Photos by Josa Camille C. Bassig (left) and Isabela A. Martinez (right) Nov. 5, 2011, 11:12 p.m.: THE TIGER Spikers are out to defend their title while the Lady Spikers seek to reclaim theirs. In any case, the UST volleyball squads can’t wait for the UAAP hostilities to...
UST improves in electronics engineering board exam
Nov. 4, 11:22 p.m. - UST RECOVERED in the recent electronics engineering licensure examination, with 64.58 percent of the Thomasian examinees passing the test. (read more)
Tiger Spikers bow to Tamaraws in Unigames finals
ROXAS CITY, Capiz (Oct. 29) - The Tiger Spikers settled for a runner-up finish after losing to the defending champions Far Eastern University, 21-23, 28-30, 27-29, in the finals of the 16th Philippine Sports Commission-Unigames at the Panay Civic Center here this afternoon. (read more)
Lady Spikers place fourth in Unigames
ROXAS CITY, Capiz (Oct. 28) – The UST Lady Spikers were upset by an unheralded duo from the Foundation University, 21-14, 19-21, 12-15, in their semifinal match to end up at fourth place in the Philippine Sports Commission-Unigames beach volleyball tournament at the Villareal sandcourt early this afternoon. (read more)
Lady Booters get runner-up finish in Unigames
ROXAS CITY, Capiz (Oct. 28) – The UST Lady Booters settled for a runner-up finish after losing to the Far Eastern University Lady Tamaraws, 2-1, in the 16th Philippine Sports Commission University Games women’s football championships at the Villareal Stadium this afternoon. (read more)
Tiger Spikers barge into Unigames finals
ROXAS CITY, Capiz (Oct. 28) – The Tiger Spikers clinched the first finals berth in the Philippine Sports Commission-Unigames at the Panay Civic Center this afternoon after defeating the National University in five sets, 26-24, 25-19, 17-25, 20-25, 15-8. (read more)
Lady Booters dominate La Salle; enter finals
ROXAS CITY, Capiz (Oct. 27) - The UST Lady Booters had to go through a rough road before ending De La Salle University’s bid for a back-to-back title in the semifinals of the women’s football competition in the 16th Philippine Sports Commission University Games. (read more)
Tigers Spikers ready to claim Unigames crown
ROXAS CITY, Capiz (Oct. 27) – The UST Tiger Spikers are set to claim the crown after dominating De La Salle University in a 25-19, 25-20, 25-16 affair in this year’s Philippine Sports Commision-Unigames at Filamer Christian University court early this afternoon. (read more)
Thomasians to compete in SEA Games
Oct. 27, 7:27 p.m. - SIXTEEN Thomasians will don the national colors with 506 other delegates in the 26th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia from Nov. 11 to 22. (read more)
College of Science gets Level 4 accreditation
Oct. 27, 1:23 p.m. - The College of Science has obtained Level 4 accreditation, which means autonomy for academic programs for the next five years. (read more)
Supreme Court bans 'bar ops'
Oct. 24, 10:58 p.m. - The Supreme Court has banned bar operations — activities like putting up streamers, holding sendoffs, and forming cheering squads — in the vicinity of the University during the bar exams this November. (read more)
Nobel laureate opens UST's international sci-tech...
Oct. 22, 1:12 p.m. - A NOBEL winner opened the University’s conference on ethics and science and technology at the Thomas Aquinas Research Complex Thursday by explaining that truth should not be pursued for truth’s sake without considering the ethical implications. (read more)