The People

The Swifties

I was a huge K-Pop fan back in Senior High School when I stumbled upon a UST organization’s sudden profile picture change – it was TomasinoWeb and their TWice rebrand! As a huge Once, I immediately followed the page and was shocked to learn that it was apparently just an April Fool’s movement, but I’ve already scrolled enough and fell in love with what I was seeing. Since then, I swore to join the organization and help create even more fun and quirky content once I pass the arch and become a Thomasian.

Fast forward to today, I’m now leading the organization as its president for the second time, and I’m enjoying every second of it. I find happiness and meaning with what I do, who I do it for, and whom I achieve a lot of things with.

TomasinoWeb is where you are celebrated, is where you uphold press freedom, and where you’re invited to tell the next great story!

- Jan Carlo Zamora (President, PY 2022 - 2024)

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59 TomWebbersand counting!

We're a bunch of sleep-deprived yet ambitious undergrads from different colleges and faculties.

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16 years of innovation, passion, and dedication

If you told me a couple of years ago that I would be on the frontline of campus journalism, I would not believe you. TomasinoWeb challenged me to see the world in many shapes and forms. I’m so glad I took that chance. I dare you to do the same as well.

- Brin Isaac (Chief Technology Officer, PY 2022-2023)

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TomasinoWeb showed me what it’s like to love and be loved on campus. In my freshie year, I didn’t expect that I would constantly break expectations and achieve the impossible. I’m so honored to not only be able to work with some of the most talented Thomasians, but also call them my friends.

- Lance Owen C. Gulinao (Lead Backend Developer, PY 2023-2024)

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The Core Group

The heads of TomasinoWeb

12 Months

of a challenging yet dynamic publication year

During my freshman year, I was not the one who actually discovered TomasinoWeb, but my friend who is also willing to join at least one organization in UST. Kid you not I didn't even expect I would pass and be an HR Staff!

During my sophomore and junior years, these were the days wherein I took time to appreciate what TomWeb is doing for the Thomasian community, because rest assured your contribution is being valued in the organization.

Now, in my senior year, and as the new Vice President of Human Resources, I can say that TomWeb would both give you a lot of pressure but at the same time a lot of assurance, it serves as a good training ground for students (at least in my own experience) that whatever your passion is, TW will help you hone that skills and talents of yours.

- Aelijah Jolie Jacer (Vice President for Human Resources, 2023-2024)

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In my sophomore year, I wanted to join a school organization to meet new people. I came across a recruitment post for TomasinoWeb on Facebook and decided to apply. Despite doubting my chances, I applied for the Frontend developer position and was very happy to be accepted into the organization.

Working alongside fellow Thomasians on projects like Draft 143, Lamona, and the organization’s main website not only honed my technical skills, but also developed my people skills. I am very proud of our organization's achievements, especially of the Web Technologies department and I look forward to developing more projects that will benefit our fellow Thomasians in the future.

- Joshua Kyle K. Entrata (Frontend Developer, PY 2022-2024)

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TomasinoWeb continues to lead and innovate the modern web

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