FACULTY of Arts and Letters (Artlets) alumnus Wilfred Ritona placed second in the Philippine Leg of the World Quizzing Championships (WQC) held at Murphy’s Irish Pub in Makati City last June 4.

Ritona, a Political Science graduate, scored 91 points and ranked 368th among 1,483 participants from 32 countries.

Two other Thomasians entered the top seven of the WQC Philippine Leg. Artlets’ David Nadora landed on 6th place (79 points) and Rhovee Vistan, from the Faculty of Engineering, on 7th place (75 points).

The Philippines ranked 21st in the “top-performing nations” list with 292 points.

WQC is an international quizzing competition on entertainment, culture, lifestyle, sciences, history, media, sports, and world organized by the International Quizzing Association. D. J. B. Evite

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