The Sesquicentennial of Thomasian Medical Education: A Celebration of Grit, Gratitude and Glory
Ma. Lourdes P. Domingo-Maglinao
Jul 2021 DOI 10.35460/2546-1621.2021-0088 Access
The year 2021 marks a pivotal time in the history of the UST Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, a time envisioned to be the beginning of a new chapter in the illustrious history of the oldest existing Catholic University in the Philippines.
“Legacy is not about leaving something behind for people, it is about leaving something in them. Legacy is more than about being exalted, it is about being remembered.”
One hundred fifty (150) years of a story told and retold. The commemoration of our alma mater’s 150th year of existence is not only a tribute to its rich
heritage, but a proclamation of how it has evolved through time.
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