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Enthusiasm for innovation is going down

Second-year students selling peanuts, muffins, and brownies have become common at NP as more students choose to take the easy way out for their Interdisciplinary Studies (IS) module, Innovation and Enterprise in Action (I&E in Action).
Introduced in 2003, the module seeks to “empower students to initiate, create and take charge of their learning […]

Of birds, brains, and block 73

MOSTLY MEMORIES: NP alumni gather at block 73 for a last meal before demolishing the building to pave the way for a new Cultural Centre.
It was certainly an evening of reminiscing and reconnection on 20 Jun, as some 180 NP students and alumni gathered for Nostalgia Night at block 73 to bid their […]

A ripping good time

SWEET SYMPHONY: Conductor Mr Tan Aik Kee (Centre) led both the band and strings section in perfect harmony.
Popular songs were clearly the crowd favorites of the night at Ripieno, the first official concert put together by NP CCA arts groups, the NP Concert Band, and NP strings, on 4 July at the Victoria Concert Hall.
Ripieno, which […]

A green, green night it was

A mysterious Joker at the rainforest-themed NP@45 Green Party at the Convention Centre on Oct. 31 injected new life into the week’s celebrations, much to students’ delight.

Berlin Wall Winner

Alvin Lee, 19, a third-year Banking & Financial Services student, never expected that he would win the top prize in The Kings of Freedom Project on Facebook.
Alvin impressed the jury with his idea of building 10 walls around the Berlin Wall’s four panels, which are graffiti paintings of the Kings […]

Divers protect Pulau Aur corals

In a marine conservation project near Mersing, Malaysia, 16 from the Divers’ Club built artificial reefs to protect corals.
Even though they had injured their fingers while sawing pipes, Janice Oo, 21, a second-year Electronic & Computer Engineering student, said, “It is important to preserve corals for future generations.”

BA Olympic fever

Sharing gossip behind the scenes at the Olympic Games was unforgettable for six third-year Business & Accountancy students who interned in Beijing in August.
Diane Lim, 19, says she was “blessed to have met journalists from all over the world.” The Intercontinental Hotel Beijing intern adds, “People were standing outside the Olympic Green, […]

Suruchi Lohani
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