The School of Engineering’s (SoE) Green Competition recently saw its biggest turnout ever with the participation of 27 secondary schools this year.
This year’s theme, Sustainable Architecture, saw 44 teams building structures out of satay sticks to place under the pressure of weights to find out which structure could withstand the heaviest load.
On top of that, [...]
By Amanda Lim
After hearing him give a class presentation, Toastmaster’s Club president Fauzi Bin Bajuri, 17, thought Caleb Ee had great public speaking potential.
The second-year Business Studies student then urged his friend to take part in Speechcraft 2011, a public speaking competition jointly organised by the School of Interdisciplinary Studies (IS) and the Toastmaster’s Club.
Long journeys take a toll on students who live on the other side of the island. Students speak out about the travel woes that come with being an NP student. By Amanda Lim & Germaine Tan.
Most of us would baulk at the idea of waking up anytime before 7 am for school on a regular [...]
For many, cleaning toilets and mopping floors may just be a job but for Ms Pathmavalli, it is her passion and pride.
Ms Pathmavalli D/O S R mops the floors of the Convention Centre with such strength and vigour, no one would think she just had major surgery.
The 62-year-old cleaner of the Convention Centre has returned [...]
A curious visit to Pulau Ubin saw a touching story about an old woman’s desire to improve the living conditions of her mentally challenged son, and a lecturer’s determination to help.
Mr Yang Kian Giap, 50, course manager of Clean Energy Management (CEM), had heard of an eccentric lady residing in Pulau Ubin from friends, and [...]
A shorter stint in their National Service may be what motivates the boys to do well in the NAPFA test, but what entices some girls to strive for the gold award?
While many girls may pout when they hear about the National Physical Fitness Assessment (NAPFA) test, there are a few who relish the chance to [...]