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400 vs 100

oh mga tomasino at pati na rin mga UPian kelangan lang ng konting tulong dito..

i have this research work comapring UST's 400 years and UP's 100 years. any proven facts kung sino ang mas may nacontribute sa country natin (sa lahat ng aspect: politics, sports, arts)

hindi ko intensyong magsimula ng away ha, kelangan lang talaga mga tsong. let us give information in a CIVIL way :naughty: , walang bashing please..

salamat!

GO USTe!
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  • you mean you're making a research based on the quantity of the contributions? so you think that counting is a relevant gauge of a university's contribution?
    ano naman relevance ng "research" mo kung sakali gusto mong magbilang?
    pataasan ng ihi ba ito? oh come on...
  • at tska, obvious na ang sagot, its UST, 400 years ba naman, as compared to 100.Ang current status ang dapat paglabanan, ang quality ng mga students, board exams passers and the most important ay yung mga achievements, both local and international.
  • chickenbrainchickenbrain PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    i think this is really unfair. why have that topic? comparing 400 with 100? i think, pride is the ultimate issue here and NOT the achievements of a certain university - i'm just talking about the title of your post.


    it's not really how long a university had been but rather on the quality of its graduates per se...
  • Research ba kamo? Wag ka dito sa PEx magpunta. Hello, tamad ka ba? Do your legwork. Ang kailangan sa research work ay dapat credible ang iyong sources. At kapag sa PEx ka nag-rely naku, sigurado ako, walang kwenta yang trabaho mo.
  • markfroilanmarkfroilan 🐯 Tiger Squad🥈
    Pls look at the roots of a schools foundation.

    UST was established for the primary reason of grooming boys to priesthood.

    UP was founded for the primary reason of establishing the premiere university of the country.

    Contributions wise in evangelization UST leads any university by that matter and is in fact disconnected with its 300 century old linkages and alumni from europe and asia, if UST could trace back all of its graduates from the 16th to the 19th century, hell UST may discover its alumni and contributions scattered all over the world that are undocumented.this is the herculean task that UST alumni assoc faces.
  • Pls look at the roots of a schools foundation.

    UST was established for the primary reason of grooming boys to priesthood.

    UP was founded for the primary reason of establishing the premiere university of the country.

    Contributions wise in evangelization UST leads any university by that matter and is in fact disconnected with its 300 century old linkages and alumni from europe and asia, if UST could trace back all of its graduates from the 16th to the 19th century, hell UST may discover its alumni and contributions scattered all over the world that are undocumented.this is the herculean task that UST alumni assoc faces.

    thats what im saying.. thanks..
  • markfroilanmarkfroilan 🐯 Tiger Squad🥈
    at the turn of the 19th century and at the fall of the spanish sword to the US annexation of the philippines. UST's dominion in a way weakened when the US introduced programs of state run colleges and universities with UP leading the helm of all other govt schools. But UST has withstood the tides of change and has contributed or equalized UP's nation building. and that is a feat that cannot be discounted for.
  • utang na loob mga tomasino, hindi nyo ka-level at magiging ka-level ang UP, pleaseeee, magkape nga kayo, ang UST ay bagsakan lang nga rejects sa UP, ADMU at DLSU, 'yan ang isaksak nyo sa mga maliliit ninyong utak, mga ilusyonado !!!!!! nakakainis na huh !!!
  • markfroilanmarkfroilan 🐯 Tiger Squad🥈
    oh mga tomasino at pati na rin mga UPian kelangan lang ng konting tulong dito..

    i have this research work comapring UST's 400 years and UP's 100 years. any proven facts kung sino ang mas may nacontribute sa country natin (sa lahat ng aspect: politics, sports, arts)

    hindi ko intensyong magsimula ng away ha, kelangan lang talaga mga tsong. let us give information in a CIVIL way :naughty: , walang bashing please..

    salamat!

    GO USTe!
    wiremold wrote: »
    utang na loob mga tomasino, hindi nyo ka-level at magiging ka-level ang UP, pleaseeee, magkape nga kayo, ang UST ay bagsakan lang nga rejects sa UP, ADMU at DLSU, 'yan ang isaksak nyo sa mga maliliit ninyong utak, mga ilusyonado !!!!!! nakakainis na huh !!!

    As I was saying, the foundations of both schools differ but the quest for nation building and contributions to society for its betterment continues from both schools.
  • hmm. what do we have here?

    kayong mga taga UP, tumino tino kayo, it does not mean that you already entered UP, eh matatalino na kayo. sus, dahil ba sa UPCAT and review centers?

    oh please...

    and by the way, wag mong ginagag0 ang mga taong nagbabayad ng buwis sa pagpapaaral sa inyo :shrug:!

    ONE more thing, please for goodness sake, do not generalize Thomasians. :shrug:
  • markfroilanmarkfroilan 🐯 Tiger Squad🥈
    Hi wiremold,

    your pretty much welcome here, though i hope you read the title and its context first before you put something in this thread. pls dont get me wrong though, i do not put any meaning to what you just wrote pero it generally gives everyone here an opinion on how you were molded, and educated. Maybe your from UP, and i guess you are, coz my story is,,,most of UST's bashers come from UP only, unlike the ateneans and lasallians who give due respect to the post and poser and the institution for that matter, only UP students malign UST's contribution to society(and i believe the threadstarter is also from UP), crab mentality?we will never know.And this thread does not lift or equalize UP's prestige as that of UST - bot schools have different identities that each of them can stand alone, it also merely requests for comparison of the 2 schools contribution to society.

    hence with your reply, i can only atest that your flamebaiting and are a troll under the exclusivity of UST's forums.

    And as for the benefit of the doubt, here is but a few of UST's pillars that have made an impact to nation building,,,,unlike the bashers i come across with.



    National heroes
    Further information: Philippine National Heroes

    Apolinario MabiniJos? Rizal
    Gregorio Labayan Aglipay - (Bachelor of Laws) first Supreme Bishop and founder of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente
    Felipe Agoncillo - (Bachelor of Laws, 1859) lawyer and cabinet member
    Gregorio Araneta - (Licenciado en Derecho)
    Salvador Araneta - founder of FEATI and Gregorio Araneta University Foundation.
    Baldomero Aguinaldo - (Bachelor of Laws), a leader of the Philippine Revolution.
    Felipe G. Calder?n - (Licenciado en Leyes , 1893)
    Jose W. Diokno - Secretary of Justice under President Diosdado Macapagal, anti-martial law activist, human rights lawyer, and peace advocate
    Marcelo H. Del Pilar
    Emilio Jacinto
    Fr. Jose Burgos
    Apolinario Mabini - (Bachelor of Laws, 1894) staunch anti-imperialist during the American occupation
    Antonio Luna
    Rafael Palma
    Claro M. Recto - senator, nationalist
    Pedro Abad Santos - physician and lawyer; founder, Socialist Party of the Philippines; anti-Japanese guerrilla in World War II
    Mariano Tr?as - considered as the first Philippine Vice President




    [edit] Civil servants

    [edit] Presidents of the Philippines


    Manuel L. Quezon - 1st President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, considered the 2nd President after Emilio Aguinaldo.
    Sergio Osmena - 2nd President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines.
    Jose P. Laurel - 3rd President of the Philippines, President of the 2nd Republic.
    Diosdado Macapagal - 9th President of the Philippines, 5th President of the 3rd Republic.

    [edit] Justices of the Supreme Court of the Philippines
    Further information: Supreme Court of the Philippines

    Chief Justices

    Cayetano Arellano - 1901 - 1920
    Victorino Mapa - 1920?1921
    Ramon Avance?a - 1925-1941
    Jose Abad Santos - 1941-1942
    Roberto Concepcion - 1966-1973
    Andres Narvasa - 1991 - 1998

    Justices

    Alfredo Benipayo - former Court Administrator, Commission on Elections Chairman, Solicitor General, and current Dean of University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Civil Law
    Renato C. Corona - (Doctor of Civil Law) Associate Justice
    Jose Feria - former Associate Justice
    Cancio C. Garcia
    Angelina Sandoval-Gutierrez
    Edgardo L. Paras - former Associate Justice
    Bennie Adefuin-Paras - former Associate Justice of the Philippine Court of Appeals
    Perlita Tria-Tirona - former Associate Justice of the Philippine Court of Appeals
    Amado L. Dimayuga - member, Judicial and Bar Council; former Dean, UST Faculty of Civil Law

    Governance and politics
    Rey B. Aquino - (Doctor of Medicine) representative of the Third District of Pampanga.
    Lito Atienza - (B.S. Architecture) Manila city mayor, 1998-2007.
    Melecio Arranz - (B.S. Civil Engineering)
    Jose Avelino - (Master of Laws) Senate president of the first congress.
    Ruffy Biazon - (B.S. Medical Technology) representative of the Lone District of Muntinlipa City.
    Cesar Climaco - (Associate of Arts) Zamboanga City mayor and critic of Marcos government.
    Isabelo delos Reyes - founder, Iglesia Filipina Independiente; labor leader during the American period and pioneer Filipino socialist
    Harriet Demetriou - (Bachelor of Laws) - first female chairperson, Commission on Elections
    Jaime Carlos de Veyra - resident commissioner from the Commonwealth of the Philippines.
    Henrietta "Tita" de Villa - Philippine ambassador to the Vatican.
    Loi Estrada - (Doctor of Medicine) senator
    Peter Favila - (B.S. Commerce) Trade and Insutry secretary of the Arroyo Government.
    Raul Gonzalez - jurist and Justice secretary of the Arroyo Government.
    Benito Legarda y Tuason - a resident commissioner of congress.
    Joey Lina - (A.B. Economics 1975) former senator/cabinet member
    Fernando L?pez - (Bachelor of Laws) Vice President of the Republic of the Philippines for three terms, under President Elpidio Quirino (1949?1953), and Ferdinand Marcos (1965?1969 and 1969?1972)
    Pablo Ocampo - a resident commissioner
    Emmanuel Pelaez - (Bachelor of Laws) Sixth Vice-President of the Republic of the Philippines.
    Francisco Soc Rodrigo - (B.S. Education)
    Francisco Tatad - (B.S. Philosophy) Senator of Eleventh congress
    Arturo Tolentino - (Master and Doctor of Civil Law) former Senate President, and the Ninth Vice-President of the Republic of the Philippines.
    Victor Ziga - Senator of the Eight congress

    Military and policemen
    Gen. Leocadio Santiago
    Lt. Gen. Alberto Fernando F. Braganza AFP
    Lt. Gen. Pedro Cabuay AFP
    P/CSupt. Marcelo Ele (DSC) PNP
    Col. Alberto(Boy) I. Gabriel MC (GSC) PA - (Faculty of Medicine & Surgery)
    Cpt. Milo Maestrecampo (INF) PA - (Graduate School)
    2Lt. Franco Salvador Suelto (INF) PA (B.S. Psychology, 2002) First UST alumnus who graduated from Royal Military College of Australia - June 2006
    Brig.Gen. Vicente Ranjo Raval PC - member of the first batch of Advance ROTC Cadets graduated in a precedent setting ceremony on March 1939
    P/CSupt. Manuel Tandiama Raval PNP
    SGT Raymond Agtarap PAF
    Cpt. Delfin Miranda II CO AFP GHQ Banda



    Churchpeople

    Saints and martyrs
    St. Pedro Almato
    St. Guillame Courtet
    St. Domingo Ibanez de Erquicia
    St. Lucas del Espiritu Santo
    St. Vicente Liem dela Paz
    St. Domingo Henares
    St. Antonio Gonzales
    St. Jose Ma. Diaz Sanjurjo
    St. Thomas Hoiji de San Jacinto
    Blessed Buenaventura Garcia Paredes
    Blessed Jesus Villaverde Andres
    Blessed Pedro Ibanez Alonzo
    Blessed Manuel Moreno Martinez
    Blessed Maximino Fernandez Marinas
    Blessed Jose Ma. Lopez Carillo

    Churchpeople
    Rev. Fr. Rolando dela Rosa, O.P.
    Rev. Fr. Ernesto Arceo, O.P.
    Rev. Fr. Tamerlane Lana, O.P.
    Rev. Fr. Edmund Nantes, O.P.
    Rev. Fr. Hilario Singian, O.P.
    Rev. Fr. Regino Cortez, O.P.
    Rev. Fr. Rogelio Alarcon, O.P.
    Rev. Fr. Pedro V. Salgado, O.P.
    Most. Rev. Teodoro Bacani, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Leonardo Z. Legaspi, O.P., D.D. PhD.
    Most. Rev. Jose Salazar, O.P., D.D.
    Most. Rev. Antonieto D. Cabajog, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Jose R. Rojas Jr., D.D.
    Most. Rev. Oscar V. Cruz, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Pedro R. Dean, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Onesimo C. Gordoncillo, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Carmelo Morelos, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Orlando B. Quevedo, O.M.I., D.D.
    Most. Rev. Ernesto A. Salgado, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Diosdado A. Talamayan, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Jesus B. Toquib, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Raul Q. Martirez, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Nicholas M. Mondejar, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Miguel G. Purugganan, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Salvador Q. Quizon, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Deogracias I?iguez, D.D.
    Most. Rev. Jose R. Rojas Jr., D.D.
    Most. Rev. Manuel C. Sobrevi?as, D.D.

    [edit] Arts, humanities, and sciences

    [edit] National Artists
    Further information: National Artist of the Philippines
    Architecture/Landscape Architecture
    Leandro V. Locsin - architect, and interior designer. Tanghalang Pambansa (Main Building), Tanghalang Francisco Balagtas (Folk Arts Theater), Philippine International Convention Center, Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila Hotel, etc.
    Juan Nakpil
    Ildefonso Santos
    Literature
    Amado V. Hernandez - poet, journalist, novelist, playwright
    Nick Joaqu?n - writer and journalist
    F. Sionil Jose - novelist
    Bienvenido Lumbera - (A.B. Journalism, 1950) Editor-In-Chief of The Varsitatian - 1953, prizewinning poet, critic and dramatist.
    Alejandro Roces - Philippine Star columnist, essayist.
    Music
    Antonio Buenaventura
    Ernani Cuenco
    Theater and Film
    Daisy Hontiveros-Avellana
    Rolando Tinio - poet, dramatist, director, actor, critic, essayist and educator.
    Visual Arts
    Ang Kiukok - (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1954) visual artist.
    Victorio C. Edades - painter, director of School of Fine Arts. Leader of the revolutionary Thirteen Moderns, leader of the Triumvirate of Modern Arts.
    Carlos V. Francisco - painter, professor, leader of the revolutionary Thirteen Moderns, leader of the Triumvirate of Modern Arts.
    J. Elizalde Navarro

    [edit] National Scientist
    Alfredo C. Santos - (Doctorate in Pharmacy) Physical Chemistry

    [edit] Literary and visual artists
    Bayani Ray Acala - (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising, 1996), member of Galerie Joaquin
    Jun Alfon - (Bachelor of Fine Arts), member Art Verite' Gallery
    Luis Ma. Araneta - (Bachelor of Architecture, 1939) founding member , and architect of the Makati Medical Center, architect of the Manila Doctor's Hospital.
    Tam Austria - (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1954) painter, member of Galerie Joaquin
    Angelito Antonio - (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1962) painter of Filipino genre paintings.
    Teo Antonio - poet
    Eugenia Apostol - 2006 Ramon Magsaysay Journalism Awardee.
    Arnold Molina Azurin - (Bachelor of Philosophy) poet, anthropologist
    Manuel Baldemor - (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1968) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Lito Barcelona - (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Cirilo F. Bautista - poet, fictionist, critic and writer of nonfiction.
    Norma Belleza - (Bachelor of Fine Arts) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Teodoro Benigno - journalist.
    Charito Bitanga - (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1975) member of Art Verite' Gallery, Dean of PWU
    Jose Burgos, Jr. - journalist, activist
    Blanco Jose - (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1955) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Carmelo Casas - architect, designed Church of the Gesu of Ateneo De Manila University.
    Roberto Chabet - (Bachelor of Architecture) member of Art Verite' Gallery, pioneer In conceptual art in the Philippines
    Bonifacio Cristobal - one of the Thirteen Moderns.
    Neal Cruz - Philippine Daily Inquirer columnist
    Virginia "Gini" Cruz - animator, Finding Nemo.
    Rina Jimenez-David - journalist, Philippine Daily Inquirer.
    Jose "Joe" Datuin - artist, designed IP Seal (Intellectual Property Coalition), 2003 Gawad Pres. Manuel L. Quezon.
    Lourd Ernest de Veyra - (AB Journalism) poet, songwriter, journalist; lead vocalist of rock band Radioactive Sago Project; member, Artists for the Removal of Gloria (ARREST Gloria)
    Gene De Loyola - member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Tony DeZuniga - DC Comics and Marvel, drew X-Men, Spider-Man.
    Ophelia A. Dimalanta - poet, critic, fictionist, and academician
    Eric Gamalinda - poet.
    Gernale Elmer - member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Rod Espinosa - comics creator, writer and illustrator, ?Best artist? for the 2000 Ignatz Awards.
    J. Neil Garcia - poet, literary critic
    Lamberto Hechanova - (Bachelor of Fine Arts) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Leonardo Hidalgo - Professor, former Head of Fine Arts, Sculptor of Dominican Martyrs and St. Lorenzo Ruiz in front of the UST Central Library
    Cristina Pantoja-Hidalgo - (Bachelor of Philosophy, 1964, Masters of Arts in Literature, 1967) fictionist, critic, writer, director of University of the Philippines Press.
    Diosdado Lorenzo - professor, headed the School of Fine Arts, one of the Thirteen Moderns.
    Lira Luis - (B.S. Architecture, ***** Laude, 1995) first Filipino architect at American icon, Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin since 1937.
    Madarang Mariano - (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1958) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Manolito Tolentino Mayo - member of Art Verite' Gallery, sculpture and graphic artist.
    Vicente Manansala - Philippine National Artist. College of Fine Arts professor, 1951
    Francisco Manosa - architect, designed famous hotels and resorts, commercial establishments, and the Edsa Shrine
    Pol Medina Jr. - (B.S. Architecture, 1983) creator of Pugad Baboy
    Sofronio Mendoza - (Bachelor of Fine Arts) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Ricardo Montilla - (Bachelor of Fine Arts) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Jerry Navarro - (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, 1951) Philippine National Artist
    Galo B. Ocampo - College of Fine Arts professor. Leader of the Triumvirate of Modern Arts
    Romulo Olazo - (Bachelor of Fine Arts) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Ramon Orlina - (B.S. Architecture, 1965) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Jose Pardo - professor, architect, one of the Thirteen Moderns.
    Mario Parial - (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising, 1969) award-winning artist
    Rodrigo Perez III - (B.S. Architecture)
    Ponciano BP Pineda
    Jose Pedro Recio - architect, designed Church of the Gesu of Ateneo De Manila University
    Rene Robles - (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1975) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Manuel Rodriguez, Jr. - (Bachelor of Fine Arts) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Dominic Rubio - (B.S. Fine Arts in Commercial Arts) member of Galerie Joaquin
    Bayani Rumbaoa - (CAFA major in Painting, 1982) Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas first coin engraver, designed all the coins in circulation
    Carlos A. Santos-Viola - (College of Architecture 1935) original designer of the Iglesia ni Cristo Kapilyas .
    Rodolfo Samonte - (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1964) Painter, Printmaker, Multi-awarded artist, several top prizes in the AAP (Art Association of the Philippines) and the PAP (Philippine Association of Printmakers).
    Juvenal Sanso - member of Galerie Joaquin
    Rogelio R. Sikat - fictionist, playwright, translator and educator.
    Aro Soriano - (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising) member of Art Verite' Gallery
    Edwin Tres Reyes - (College of Architecture and Fine Arts 1989) art director, member of Galerie Joaquin.
    Lydia Velasco - (Bachelor of Fine Arts in Advertising) graphic artist, member of Galerie Joaquin.
    Bernard Vista - (Bachelor of Fine Arts) graphic artist, member of Galerie Joaquin
    Oscar Zalameda - (Bachelor of Fine Arts) member of Art Verite' Gallery.

    [edit] People in medicine, health professions, and sciences
    Mariano M. Alimurung, M.D. - founding member of the Makati Medical Center
    Angeles Tan-Alora, M.D. - former Dean, UST Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
    Arvin Rolly Deloso-Antipolo, M.D. - (Doctor of Medicine, 2001) Zambales EYE Specialist Great Minds of the 21st Century Awardee (American Biographical Institute 2006)
    Vicky Belo, M.D. - (Doctor of Medicine, 1985) Director of the Belo Medical Group
    Norma Chang, R.M.T. - (B.S. Medical Technology) President of the Philippine Association of Medical Technologist (PAMET)
    Jesus Due?as, M.D. - Medical Director, Philippine Orthopedic Hospital
    Francisco Duque III, M.D. - (Doctor of Medicine) Philippine Secretary of Health
    Maria Elena R. Enriquez, M.D. - (Doctor of Medicine, 1978)Associate, Romulo Mabanta Buenaventura Sayoc and De Los Angeles; anesthesiologist, physician, and trial lawyer
    Jose Y. Fores, M.D. - former professor of the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, founding member of the Makati Medical Center, and Manila Doctor's Hospital
    Raul Fores, M.D. - Medical Director, Makati Medical Center
    George Garcia, M.D. - Asian Hospital
    Willie Nacorda Lagdameo, M.D. - respected Surgeon.
    Modesto Llamas, M.D. - (Doctor of Medicine, 1965) former President of the Philippine Medical Association.
    Evangelina Macaraeg-Macapagal - spouse of former Philippine President Diosdado Macapagal; mother of current President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo; renowned medical professor, supported the Medical Research Foundation of the Philippines.
    Amparo Marzan, R.N. - charge Nurse of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Naval Medical Center, San Diego.
    Agnes Medenilla, R.M.T. - (B.S. Medical Technology) President of the Philippine Association of Medical Technologist (PAMET).
    Marilou Tan-Melendres, M.D.
    Rollo Chan Milante, M.D. - (Doctor of Medicine, 1986) respected eye specialist.
    Martin Posadas, M.D. - (Doctor of Medicine, 1949) founder and first University President of Virgen Milagrosa University Foundation, San Carlos City.
    Carmencita Reodica, M.D. - (Doctor of Medicine) former Philippine Secretary of Health.
    Rosendo R. Roque, M.D. - 2006 PMA Most Outstanding Physician for Speciality/Subspeciality and Affiliate Societies.
    Ramon Sin, M.D. - former President, Philippine Medical Association; brother of Jaime Cardinal Sin.
    Antonio Ronquillo Suba, M.D. - (Doctor of Medicine, 1952) - credited with many publications in medical journals and a popular featured speaker in many medical forums.
    Tito P. Torralba, M.D. - former Director of UST Hospital.
    Hubert G.H. Wong, M.D.
    Reynaldo L. Vito, M.D. - (Doctor of Medicine, 1960) past President of Phoenix Phil-Am Lions Club of Multiple District 21-C, past President of the Association of Philippine Practicing Physicians of Arizona.

    [edit] Performing artists and people of the media
    Aiza Seguerra - (College of Fine Arts and Design, Conservatory of Music)
    Albert Martinez
    Ali Sotto
    Allison Lualhati
    Alma Carvajal-Concepcion - Miss International 1994 Semi-Finalist
    Angel Locsin - (UST High School)
    Archie Alemania - (A.B. Communication Arts)
    Ariel Ureta - TV host and sports buff
    Arnold Clavio - (A.B. Journalism) News Anchor
    Aubrey Miles - (Conservatory of Music)
    Benjamin "Benjie" Pulta Daily Tribune (A.B. Journalism) Ginoong A.B.
    Brenan Espertinez - (B.S. Commerce)
    Bridgette Inoferio - Model of the Year 2005
    Callalily band members - Kean Cipriano, Aaron Paul Ricafrente, Alden Acosta, Lemuel Belaro - (Conservatory of Music)
    Cesar Apolinario - GMA Network Correspondent
    Charlene Gonzales - (B.S. Psychology) Actress, TV Host, Bb. Pilipinas-Universe 1994, Miss Universe 1994 Semi-Finalist
    Cher Calvin
    Chester Medina - (College of Science)
    Chuck Gomez - (A.B. Communication Arts, A.B. Literature, M.A. Literature) - Publicist
    Chynna Ortaleza - (A.B. Communication Arts)
    Ciara Sotto - (Conservatory of Music)
    Daisy Reyes -
    Dennis Padilla ? (A.B. Political Science)
    Dindo Amparo - (A.B. Communications Arts)
    Dolan Castro - TV reporter
    Dominic Ochoa - (B.S.C. in Business Administration, 1995) actor
    Dimples Romana - (College of Education) UAAP courtside reporter, actress
    Eagle Riggs - (A.B. Communication Arts)
    Eula Valdez
    Evangeline Luis Pascual - Miss World 1973 1st Runner-up
    Evangeline "Gigi" De Vera - (A.B. Journalism) Malaya Newspaper
    Gretchen Malalad
    Hale band members: Sheldon Gellada, Roll Martinez(Conservatory of Music)
    Isay Alvarez
    Iza Calzado - (Bachelor of Fine Arts)
    Jaime Rivera- (UST High School; A.B. Economics)singer/theater actress
    Jao Mapa - (College of Architecture and Fine Arts)
    JC Cuadrado
    Jean Therese Hilario - (B.S. Chemical Engineering) Miss Maja International 2nd Runnerup
    Jeffrey Espiritu - (A.B. Communication Arts, 1999) RPN Tv Host, 'Mr. FU'
    Jennifer Sevilla - ( Faculty of Arts and Letters) Actress
    Jennifer Pingree - Bb. Pilipinas - International
    Jessie Alice Salones Dixson - Miss International 1986 Semi-Finalist
    Jhezzarie Gamez Javier-Gaisano - Miss ASEAN 2005 Binibining Pilipinas International 2003
    Joanne Quintas-Primero Binibining Pilipinas Universe 1995
    Joel San Juan Business Mirror (A.B. Journalism)
    John Lapuz - (B.S. Hotel and Restaurant Management)
    Join the Club band members (Conservatory of Music)
    Jullie Yap Daza
    JV Villar - TV reporter
    J-Mi - Host of Double Win Channel 5
    Kat Hermosa
    LA Lopez
    Maki Pulido
    Marigold Haber
    Michelle Aldana - (B.S. Nursing) Miss Asia Pacific 1993
    Michelle Reyes - Miss Tourism International 2001
    Mike Frialde - (A.B. Asian Studies) Journalist
    Miriam Quiambao - (B.S. Physical Therapy) Miss Universe 1999 1st Runner-up
    Mon Ilagan
    Nonoy Zu?iga - (Doctor of Medicine)
    Piolo Pascual - (A.B. Sociology) Actor
    Polo Ravales - (College of Education)
    Jamie Rivera - (A.B. Economics) singer
    Precious Lara Quigaman - (A.B. Communication Arts) Miss International 2005
    Robert Cena
    Sandra Aguinaldo - "(A.B. Journalism, 1993)" GMA Network Correspondent
    Sarah Christophers
    Sarah Geronimo - (UST Education High School)
    Ting-Ting Cojuangco
    Toni Gonzaga - (A.B. Communication Arts)
    Wenn Deramas - (B.S. Hotel and Restaurant Management)
    Winnie Cordero - (A.B. Communication Arts, 1987)
    Xerex Xaviera - (A.B. Sociology)
    Zorayda Sanchez ? (A.B. Journalism)

    [edit] Businesspeople
    Nina Aguas - banker/former country chairman of Citigroup Philippines.
    Tony Tan Caktiong - founder and current Chairman and CEO of Jollibee, Entrepreneur Of The Year Philippines award in 2004, also won the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year World in 2004.
    Francisco Eizmendi - (B.S. in Chemical Engineering) Chief Operating Officer, San Miguel Corporation.
    Soledad Ejercito - Vice President of Cora Doloroso Career Centre
    Peter Favila - (B.S.C. in Banking and Finance) former Secretary of Trade and Industry, former president of the Philippine National Bank and former director of the Philippine Airlines among others.
    Malou Santos - (B.S. Hotel and Restaurant Management) Senior vice-president, and managing director of ABS-CBN and head of Star Cinema.
    Washington SyCip - founder of the Asian Institute of Management.
    Lucio Tan
    James Velasquez- (B.S. Electronics and Communications Engineering, 1988) IBM Philippines President.
    Alfredo Velayo- co-founder of SVG Co. UST Alfredo Velayo School of Accountancy.
    Norberto Viera- (B.S. Electronics and Communications Engineering) Texas Instruments Phil., President

    [edit] Sportspeople
    Further information: UST Growling Tigers
    The Royal and Pontifical University of Santo Tomas holds the most number of general championships in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, 34 championships in 70 seasons. With a formidable athletic program in all sporting events (Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Chess, Fencing, Football, Golf, Judo, Mountain Climbing, Rowing, Softball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Taekwondo, Track and Field, Volleyball), the University also takes part in various sports leagues such as Home and Away Invitational League, Collegiate Champion's League, Shakey's V League, UNIgames, etc. and it continues to produce top-caliber and world-class athletes for the RP National Team.

    Basketball
    Bogs Adornado - PBA 3-time MVP, former Adamson University head coach
    Cyrus Baguio
    Alfrancis Chua - PBA Sta. Lucia Realtors' head coach
    Jervy Cruz - UAAP Season 70 Men's Basketball Most Valuable Player, 2-time UAAP Men's Basketball Mythical Five, RP-Training Team
    Bal David
    Aric del Rosario
    Dennis Espino
    Rey Evangelista
    Binky Favis - PBA Coca-Cola Tigers' head coach
    Gerard Francisco
    Pido Jarencio - present coach UST Growling Tigers, Assistant coach PBA San Miguel Beermen
    Christian Luanzon
    Iago Raterta
    Siot Tanquincen - PBA Barangay Ginebra Kings' coach
    Richard Yee
    Volleyball
    Peachie Gayne Buan
    Mary Jean Balse - volleyball , youngest player to be in the National Team at the age of 18, Most Valuable Player Shakey's V-League first season
    Venus Bernal - volleyball, Season 69 MVP Women's Volleyball
    Joan Botor-Carpio - member of the national team for 13 years now
    Kate Co Yu Kang
    Rubie de Leon
    Ian Laurel
    Joyce Pano
    Roxanne Pimentel - member of the National Team
    Ma. Angeli Tabaquero
    Denise Patricia Tan
    Taekwondo
    Diana de Leon
    Donald David Geisler - National Team, 2005 Sea Games Gold Medalist, 2004 Athens Olympics, 2008 Olympics Qualifier
    Jeferthom "Tsomlee" Go - UAAP Season 66 MVP, National Team, 2005 SEA Games Gold Medalist, 2004 Athens Olympics
    Esther Marie Singson - UAAP Season 66 Rookie of the Year, National Team, 2005 SEA Games Gold Medalist, 2004 Athens Olympics
    Rubilen Amit - pool player
    Karl Lagunilla - football, 2007 Rookie Of The Year
    Jethro Dionisio - RP's top shooter
    Gretchen Malalad - Karate, 2005 SEA Games Gold Medalist, broadcast journalist
    Jessie Maria Rellosa - judoka, member of the National Team
    Antonio Siddayao - Dean of Filipino sportswriters
    Recah Trinidad - sports analyst
    Marlon Villarin - badminton

    [edit] Academe and professional practice

    [edit] University Rectors
    Rev. Fr. Baltazar Fort, O.P. - first University Rector
    Rev. Fr. Francisco de Paula, O.P. - under his time, UST was granted the University title in 1645.
    Rev. Fr. Manuel de Mercadillo, O.P. - under his time, Faculties of Canon Law, Civil Law, and Medicine and Surgery were opened.
    Rev. Fr. Domingo Collantes, O.P. - under his time, the University was bestowed the "Royal University" title in 1785.
    Rev. Fr. Jose Noval, O.P - Tricentenary Rector
    Rev. Fr. Leonardo Legaspi, O.P DD - first Filipino Rector of the University.
    Rev. Fr. Frederick Fermin, O.P.
    Rev. Fr. Norberto Castillo, O.P.
    Rev. Fr. Tamerlane Lana, O.P. - 93rd Rector, 1998 - 2006
    Rev. Fr. Ernesto Arceo, O.P. - 2006 - 2007
    Rev. Fr. Rolando De La Rosa, O.P. - present Acting Rector, former Chairman of the Commission on Higher Education.

    [edit] Administrators and Faculty Members
    Top Researchers named by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and the Natural Research Council of the Philippines (NCRP)
    Rustica Carpio - Humanities (2003)
    Allan De Guzman - Governmental, Educational and International Policies (2007)
    Beatrice Guevara - Chemical Sciences (1999)
    Norma Lerma - Pharmaceutical Sciences (1995)
    Maribel Nonato - Chemical Sciences (2007)
    Fortunato Sevilla III - Chemical Sciences(1994), Dean of the College of Science
    Rosalinda Solevilla - Pharmaceutical Sciences (2002), former Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy
    Clara Lim-Sylianco - Pharmaceutical Sciences (1988)
    Tito Torralba - Medical Science (2003)
    Zennie B. Aceron, RMT - Medical Technology Professor, PASMETH Secretary
    Emmanuel Y. Angeles - Chancellor, Angeles University Foundation; High Commissioner, International Association of University Presidents; Ph.D. in Educational Management, Harvard University
    Marlon M. Villarin- Political Science. Philosophy professor, University of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University
    Merlinda Bobis - Professor, Creative Writing Program, University of Wollongong in Australia; Winner: Australian Writers? Guild Award, Ian Reed Radio Drama Prize, International Prix Italia, Steele Rudd Award for the Best Published Collection of Australian Short Stories, Judges? Choice Award at the Bumbershoot Bookfair in the Seattle Arts Festival, UMPIL (Union of Writers in the Philippines) Awardee
    Rustica Carpio - former Chairman, President's Committee on Culture and the Arts, Far Eastern University; Founder, Mass Communication Program, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila; UMPIL (Union of Writers in the Philippines) Awardee
    Alfredo P. Co - Post-doctoral Fellow, Sorbonne University of Paris
    Margarita 'Ting Ting' Cojuangco - President, Philippine Public Safety College; former Tarlac Governor
    Armando De Jesus- Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, University of Santo Tomas; former Dean, UST Faculty of Arts and Letters; former Director, UST Social Research Center
    Rolando V. De La Rosa, O.P. - former Chairman, Commission on Higher Education; former Rector, University of Santo Tomas
    Ophelia Alcantara-Dimalanta - Executive Director, UST Center for Creative Writing and Studies; former Dean, UST Faculty of Arts and Letters
    Cristina Pantoja-Hidalgo - Vice President for Public Affairs, University of the Philippines; former Dean, UP College of Arts and Letters; former Executive Director, UP Institute of Creative Writing; former Director, UP Press
    Florentino Hornedo - Professor, Philosophy and Literature, UST Graduate School and UST Faculty of Arts and Letters; UMPIL Awardee, Carlos Palanca Awardee for Literature; National Catholic Authors Awardee
    Tamerlane Lana, O.P. - former Rector, University of Santo Tomas; former Rector, Colegio de San Juan de Letran-Calamba, Intramuros Campuses
    Engr. Marilyn Mabini, Ph.D - Former Dean, Faculty of Engineering
    Manuel Punzal - former Commissioner, Commission on Higher Education; former President, FEATI University
    Emerita Quito - former Chairperson, Philosophy Department, De La Salle University-Manila
    Rodolfo R. Rabor, RMT, MSMT - former PASMETH President, UST Medical Technology Professor
    Yolanda David-Reyes - 14th President, United Architects of the Philippines; Chairman, Architects Regional Council of Asia; former Dean, UST College of Architecture and Fine Arts
    Luz Emmanuel Soriano - President, Philippine Council for Peace and Global Education; Commissioner, EDSA People Power Commission; Commissioner, UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines; former President, Assumption College (Philippines); former Chairperson of the Board, Gregorio Araneta University Foundation
    Josefina S. Sumaya - President, Trinity University of Asia (formerly Trinity College of Quezon City)
    Belen Tangco - Dean, UST Faculty of Arts and Letters
    Geraldine Tria - Program Coordinator for Graduate Studies and former Chairperson of the Psychology Department, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
    Magdalena Alonso-Villaba - Dean Emeritus and former Dean, UST Graduate School; Dean Emeritus and former Dean, UST Faculty of Arts and Letters
    Carlos A. Santos-Viola - Faculty, College of Architecture
    Mafel Ysrael, Ph.D, Chairman, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
    Aldrin A. Darilag, RMT, RN, M.Ed., PhD cand - Research Director, Olivarez College (2005-2006); Research Coordinator, St. Paul University-Manila, College of Nursing. (BS Medical Technology-1993)

    [edit] Notable Thomasians
    Nilo C. de los Santos
    Marlon M. Villarin
    Ophelia A. Dimalanta
    Teodoro Valencia
    Zeneida Amador
    Jose Syquia
    Nina Aguas
    Jose Rene Villa-Real
    Francisco Eizmendi
    Rebecca A?onuevo
    Antonio Austria
    Jose Guevarra
    Felix Hidalgo
    Josephine Acosta Pasricha - indologist
    Jose Wendell Capili
    Eric Gamalinda
    Tony Tan-Caktiong
    Alice Colet-Villadolid
    Ernesto V. Basilio-Educ High School '79, BSECE '84, Computers, Avionics, and Linear Accelarator Engineer, Currently : Technical Specialist(South East Asia)
    Peter B. Favila
    Gilbert Luis R. Centina III, OSA
    Lourd de Veyra
    Neal Cruz
    Herminigildo Ranera
    Recah Trinidad
    Emerita Quito
    Florentino Timbreza
    Manuel Dy
    Romualdo Abulad
    Magdalena Alonso-Villaba
    Alfredo Pimentel Co
    Sr. Delia Coronel
    Guineena Eroles
    Rosemarie "Baby" Arenas
    Florentino Hornedo
    Francisco del Rosario
    Bong Osorio
    Commissioner Jose David Lapus
    Arlene Maneja - Philippine Bar Topnotcher, 2002
    Christian Angelo F. Jacinto
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    [edit] Noted honorary Thomasians

    King Juan Carlos I of Spain has received an honorary degree from USTThrough the years, the University of Santo Tomas has conferred the title of Doctor "honoris causa" (honorary degree) upon exemplary men and women who have contributed to the development of Philippine society through a distinct mark of excellence and leadership in their own fields of endeavor.

    Rev. Eugene McGuiness (Doctor of Canon Law)
    Rev. Cornelius Brenan (Doctor of Philosophy and Literature)
    Frank Murphy (Doctor of Laws)
    Sergio Osmena (Doctor of Laws)
    Most Rev. Fr. Martin Gillet, O.P. (Doctor of Philosophy and Literature}
    Aurora A. Quezon (Doctor of Laws)
    Andres Soriano (Doctor of Commerce)
    Gen. Douglas MacArthur (Doctor of Laws)
    Manuel Roxas (Doctor of Laws)
    Rufino Cardinal Santos (Doctor of Laws)
    Carlos P. Romulo (Doctor of Laws)
    King Juan Carlos de Borb?n (Doctor of Laws)
    Duke of Gloucester Richard Walter George (Doctor of Fine Arts)
    Joseph Cardinal Hoffner (Doctor of Humanities)
    Victorio Edades (Doctor of Fine Arts)
    Cesar Bengzon (Doctor of Laws)
    Andres Soriano Jr. (Doctor of Business Management)
    Most Rev. Bruno Torpigliani , D.D. (Doctor of Sacred Theology)
    H.E. Sebastiano Cardinal Baggio (Doctor of Canon Law)
    Dr. Peter de Somer (Doctor of Medical Sciences)
    Corazon Cojuangco Aquino (Doctor of Laws)
    Arturo Modesto Tolentino - (Doctor of Civil Law - meritissimus)
    Jaime Cardinal Sin (Doctor of Sacred Theology)
    Sir Knight Virgil Dechant (Doctor of Humanities)
    Emilio T. Yap (Doctor of Laws)
    Metropolitan Damaskinus Papandreou of Switzerland (Doctor of Theology)
    Archbishop Jose Cardinal Sanchez (Doctor of Sacred Theology)
    Dr. Mah Soo-Lay (Doctor of Humanities)
    Jose Cardinal Sanchez (Doctor of Sacred Theology)
    H.E. Josef Cardinal Glemp, D.D. (Doctor of Sacred Theology)
    H.E. Eduardo Cardinal Pironio (Doctor of Sacred Theology)
    H.E. Eduardo Frei (Doctor of Political Science)
    Dr. Chiara Lubich (Doctor of Theology)
    Daisy Hontiveros-Avella (Doctor of Humanities)
    Lucio Tan (Doctor of Commerce)
    Tony Tan-Caktiong (Engineering)
    UNESCO Director-General Ko?chiro Matsuura (Doctor of Laws)
  • AltweggAltwegg PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Talagang pinatulan niyo siya no?

    :lol:
  • wtf, i seldom commentbut this is alarming. but UP grads in our company sucks. Sila yung pinagiwanan na ng panahon at mga pinakamababang posiyon. My God, tumino kayong mga tga UP, UP LANG kayo.

    NEVER i admire UP students and alumni. Mas hinahangaan ko pa lasal ateneo grad

    Yan ang isaksak niyo sa pulbos niyong utak mga tag a YUpi. Mga produckto niyo walang kuwenta.
  • hay... another one turning in a bashing thread. sabi k na nga that's why i am very careful with my post earlier.
    it doesn't matter if the thread starter is from up or ust let't just stop comparing our accomplishments, okey? things like these are just plain stupid. it reminds me how kids would often brag about what "toys" they have to others who do not.

    and to the threadstarter,
    Sabi mo ayaw mo ng bashing, pero sino ba gusto mo magparticipate dito? UST at UP students lang ang sabi mo, diba? C'mon! How can you have "information in a civil way" kung sila lang gusto mo magparticipate? Biased na ang research mo and i am doubtful kung research talaga ang purpose ng thread na ito.

    if you are really serious about doing your research, do your legwork. It will not turn out into a scientific one if you do it like this. Kahit na sabihin mo na survey ang gusto mo gawin, ndi pa din magandang sample ang forum e. Make a really nice framework for your research wherein you will define what are your standards for making an accomplished university. Ipresent mo dito yung findings mo para mabasa namin lahat.

    Salamat! Peace!
  • AleanceloAleancelo guapo PEx Expert 🎖️
    Raul Gonzalez - jurist and Justice secretary of the Arroyo Government.

    Raul Gonzalez? Hmmm...:hmm: no comment.
    Cher Calvin

    Cher Calvin's from New York University.
    Michelle Aldana - (B.S. Nursing) Miss Asia Pacific 1993

    Michelle Aldana's from UP (European Languages). She now teaches English in Germany.
    Precious Lara Quigaman - (A.B. Communication Arts) Miss International 2005

    She's from Bristol U in UK.
    Xerex Xaviera - (A.B. Sociology)

    No offense meant pero siya ba yung nagsusulat ng puro kabastusan sa Abante? Just asking.
  • UP pa rin:)
  • ayos to ha!:bop:
  • PharmaboiPharmaboi PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    please delete this topic. PEX is not a good source for your thesis paper.
  • nakakita na ko ng mga intilihentng mga post dito sa PEX kaya naman naisipan kong magtanong na din dito, wala naman akong sinabing eto na yung "basis" ng research ko eh, "konting tulong lang" ang sabi ko.. :)

    "Sabi mo ayaw mo ng bashing, pero sino ba gusto mo magparticipate dito? UST at UP students lang ang sabi mo, diba? C'mon! How can you have "information in a civil way" kung sila lang gusto mo magparticipate? Biased na ang research mo and i am doubtful kung research talaga ang purpose ng thread na ito
    if you are really serious about doing your research, do your legwork. It will not turn out into a scientific one if you do it like this. Kahit na sabihin mo na survey ang gusto mo gawin, ndi pa din magandang sample ang forum e. Make a really nice framework for your research wherein you will define what are your standards for making an accomplished university. Ipresent mo dito yung findings mo para mabasa namin lahat.

    Salamat! Peace!"

    wala naman akong nirestrict kung sino ang pwedeng magpost, humingi lang ako ng tulong sa mga estudyante ng 2 unibersidad na involve, tutal sila ang mas nakaaalam ng kanilang school db?
    balak ko talagang ipost dito yung findings ko once na matapos tong semester na to,

    markfroilan. nga pala taga uste ako at ang prof na gustong magpagawa ng research na to ay taga-UP. kaya eto ang topic..


    GO USTe..
  • nakakita na ko ng mga intilihentng mga post dito sa PEX kaya naman naisipan kong magtanong na din dito, wala naman akong sinabing eto na yung "basis" ng research ko eh, "konting tulong lang" ang sabi ko.. :)

    "Sabi mo ayaw mo ng bashing, pero sino ba gusto mo magparticipate dito? UST at UP students lang ang sabi mo, diba? C'mon! How can you have "information in a civil way" kung sila lang gusto mo magparticipate? Biased na ang research mo and i am doubtful kung research talaga ang purpose ng thread na ito
    if you are really serious about doing your research, do your legwork. It will not turn out into a scientific one if you do it like this. Kahit na sabihin mo na survey ang gusto mo gawin, ndi pa din magandang sample ang forum e. Make a really nice framework for your research wherein you will define what are your standards for making an accomplished university. Ipresent mo dito yung findings mo para mabasa namin lahat.

    Salamat! Peace!"

    wala naman akong nirestrict kung sino ang pwedeng magpost, humingi lang ako ng tulong sa mga estudyante ng 2 unibersidad na involve, tutal sila ang mas nakaaalam ng kanilang school db?
    balak ko talagang ipost dito yung findings ko once na matapos tong semester na to,

    markfroilan. nga pala taga uste ako at ang prof na gustong magpagawa ng research na to ay taga-UP. kaya eto ang topic..


    GO USTe..

    Oh I see, kaya pala sinabi mo sa first post mo: "oh mga tomasino at pati na rin mga UPian kelangan lang ng konting tulong dito.."

    :rolleyes:

    sige goodluck nalang sa reasearch mo, hope you make a good one. ipabasa mo sa amin after para makita namin kung paano mo nagawa ito using ACCEPTABLE, VALID and RELIABLE measures...
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