Jan 27, 2011 Unveiling of the QUATTROMONDIAL Monument. The monument is a masterpiece of the world-renowned sculptor RAMON G. ORLINA, an outstanding alumnus of the University of Santo Tomas. The monument was made for a period of one year and a half. The sculpture, made of cast bronze and carved solid glass blocks rising to as high as 10 meters, Mr Orlina commissioned by the university to design and execute the exquisite work of art and cultural landmark. It consists of four larger than life human figures - a male and female student represented by Piolo Pascual and Charlene Gonzales, both graduated from UST, a Dominican priest represented by Rev. Fr. Dela Rosa, Rector of UST and an academician, represented by the daughter of the sculptor himself – Monina Orlina. - with arms stretched heavenward, representing the four centuries of excellence, erudition, spirituality and tradition the University has displayed and inspired among its students and faculty. The event also featured performances by Sarah Geronimo, Jamie Rivera, Aiza Seguerra and other Thomasian artists.
Amadea Medina, the oldest living alumna. Medina, 103, graduated magna cum laude from the College of Education.