With an emphasis on character development in our Education Minister’s recent speech, npTribune finds out about what character building programmes we already have in school. This is the first part of our two-part special on ‘Values in Youth’.
Developing character in students is not a foreign concept, but whether our school serves all students is another [...]
On Apr 8, the School of Business & Accountancy’s (BA) newest Centre for Logistics Innovation and Productivity (CLiP) welcomed industry insiders from the Singapore Logistics Association (SLA), Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), and Singapore Productivity Association (SPA) at a seminar to discuss trends and in Singapore’s logistics landscape.
Youths should care about dementia because it will affect them in the future. It may be the thing that kills them, be it being inflicted with dementia or having to take care of a loved one with dementia. By the time 2020 arrives, the number of dementia patients in Singapore will surge to 53,000 from its current number of 30,000 in 2010. How many grandparents and parents will be inflicted with [...]
Students with rock star dreams will have their shot at fame with Studio27’s first- ever band competition – Campus Rock.
Organised by the iMedia Centre, the contest hopes to encourage budding musicians by inviting the top five bands to perform for the NP Open House on Jan 7.
“Potentially, Campus Rock could become an annual competition. We [...]