Who won the "Crystal Owl"?
June 07, 2018
On June 5, at the National University of Ostroh Academy was hold an intellectual game «What? Where? When?», during which students verified their own erudition.
In the game took part two teams named "USA" and "Japan" (the teams had such names, because the participants wanted to emphasize that during the game their teams were fierce rivals).
Throughout the game, the score remained almost unchanged. The winner of the first round was "Japan", while the second one was won by "USA". The final round was ended up with one point more by the players of the first team.
Each team was awarded diplomas, and the winning team got the main prize. It used to be the "Crystal Owl" as an unchanging symbol of the TV game show.
"I hoped that the number of teams and participants would be a bit bigger. However, the main thing is quality, not quantity. When I was preparing for the game, I tried to select the most interesting questions with a twist due to the fault of which people should give a great deal of thought. I was genuinely impressed with fast answers of our players and their level of knowledge. I hope that in the future such intellectual competitions will be organized once again, and it will be even more interesting”, comments a host of the event and organizer, a second-year student of the Faculty of Humanities Ihor Lykhachov.
"I'm happy that my team has won, and we have not only learned a lot about each other and shared our own experience, but also we have developed our team-building skills. Sometimes that is not a cakewalk of a job. I have to admit that our competitors are worthy adversaries, and I believe that today's game is won by both teams", shares her impressions a member of the winning team, a first-year student of the Faculty of Humanities Vera Merkulova.
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