Completing a Landscape Architectural research is a challenging decision for any student. Being an integrative and multi-faceted discipline, Landscape Architecture demands a thorough and comprehensive approach in coming up with a body of work that is acceptable to the UPCA faculty. This year’s batch of Master of Tropical Landscape Architecture (MTLA) theses is further challenged by dealing with the limitations set by the COVID-19 pandemic. As physical mobility has virtually halted, communication impeded, and emotional and mental stress heightened, the MTLA thesis batch had to adapt to the new circumstances, even calibrating their research design to come up with researches that are relevant, timely, and multi-dimensional. Ranging from topics from biophilia in fitness centers, to developing landscape experience tool for religious spaces, to creating various scenarios for landscape restoration of a mining community, the academic output of this thesis batch is a testament of the students’ creativity, resilience, and commitment to academic excellence.