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BES dominates GlauCup championships

BES dominates GlauCup championships

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by KAREN RENEE S. NOGOY BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE (BES) emerged as this year’s champion for the group and individual categories of GlauCup 2021, an inter-major quiz competition of the Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB). The BES team composed of Anica Cordero, Angelica Garcia, Mary Cabigting, Monica Mamuyac, and Mariella Tolentino garnered 415 points, besting eight other majors last Dec. 3. Asian Studies landed first runner-up with 405 points while Economics finished second runner-up with 385 points in the group category. History and Creative Writing made it to the finals, scoring 355 and 340 points respectively. “I believe that the group dynamic in our roster of players is worth mentioning because it made the game very very fun. Definitely, the GlauCup experience was one worth remem...
Lit, PolSci bag Glaucus Prize championships

Lit, PolSci bag Glaucus Prize championships

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By MARIA EDEN T. DINO LITERATURE AND Political Science (PolSci) emerged as this year’s Glaucus Prize champions in the group and individual category, respectively. The Literature team composed of Tristan Acda, Isabela Baños, Evita Garcia, Lloyd Opalec, and Marinette Sobrevilla garnered a total of 160 points, besting 10 other majors. Economics settled for second place with 130 points while defending champion PolSci landed in the third spot of the group category with 120 points. “Special ‘to kasi fourth year na kami tapos last year na namin dito na may chance makasali. […] It’s a big honor, parang for one last time, may nagawa kaming maganda,” Acda said. PolSci’s Lawrence Llanita topped the individual category with 145 points. Economics’ Mark Capulong grabbed the second ...
PolSci, Sociology dominate Glaucus Prize

PolSci, Sociology dominate Glaucus Prize

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THE TEAMS of Political Science (PolSci) and Sociology went home as this year’s Glaucus Prize victors in the group and individual category, respectively. The PolSci team composed of Dean Recana, Hanna Medes, Kristoffer Pereda, Lexanne Garcia, and Lawrence Llanita garnered a total of 91 points, dethroning last year’s champion in the team category, Sociology, in a clincher round after tying at 90 points by the end of the difficult round. English Language Studies (ELS) landed third in the group category with 65 points. Sociology senior Axl Francisco topped the individual category with 170 points. Last year’s solo category champion and History junior Jose Alberto Jimenez settled for a bridesmaid finish with 135 points. PolSci junior Kristoffer Pereda grabbed the third spot with ...
Sociology, History grab Glaucus Prize championships

Sociology, History grab Glaucus Prize championships

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SOCIOLOGY AND History emerged as the champions in group and individual category, respectively, of this year’s Glaucus Prize held Friday. The Sociology team composed of Antonio Maria Concepcion, Carlo Basilio Lorenzo, Dominique Revadulla, Karol Jim Louis Castillo, and Axl Francisco garnered a total of 145 points, besting 10 other majors. Economics settled for a bridesmaid finish with 130 points, while Political Science placed third in the team category with 105 points. Meanwhile, History sophomore Jose Alberto Jimenez topped the individual category of the competition after earning a total of 155 points. Dominating the average and difficult rounds of the finals, Jimenez kept a close fight with Joshua Ines of Asian Studies who placed second with 135 points. Maiki Raval of Econ...