The National Museum named four sites inside the UST campus as National Cultural Treasures: The Open Campus grounds, the Main Building, Arch of the Centuries and Central Seminary.
Open campus grounds and the Central Seminary Building Arch of the Centuries
Back when we were 17/18.
It was because of a mandatory seminar that I had the opportunity to revisit a place I used to practically live at. A lot has changed since then, a sort of feeling that follows, I hope everything is the same as it was.
I realized that years of my innocence and youth are somehow forever rooted in this place. Coming back after so long, I left feeling very happy. In my heart, I would always cherish the beautiful friendship built within the four corners of UST.