THE ECCLESIASTICAL Faculty of Philosophy dominated the English and Filipino categories of the interpretative reading and impromptu speech contests,winning three of the four events.

Seminarians Ilaw Gelmar Cruz and Clifford John Fiecas topped the Filipino category of the interpretative reading and impromptu speech contests, respectively. Meanwhile, Sem. Jun Arvie Bello dominated the impromptu speech contest’s English category. Faculty of Arts and Letters student Hanica Mirza was the only non-seminarian among the first placers, winning the English category of the interpretative reading contest.

The contests’ theme was “Molding the Competent, Compassionate, Committed and Community-Oriented Thamasian for the year 2011”. The contests drew participants from UST’s 15 colleges, including the UST High School and the Education High School.

The event was sponsored by the Department of Languages and held last July 17, 18, 23, and 24 at the Albertus Magnus Auditorium. Elka Krystle R. Requinta

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