Month: July 2017

The Road Ahead- Beginning with a Dream (Part 1)

Hey there Eunoians, This is Origin*’s first month and as you all probably know by now, the topic of the month is, “Beginnings”. As I was pondering over my choice of topic, I suddenly remembered the first line of the school song: Beginning with a dream The situation that many of us faced with flashed ...

Being Haresh Sharma

Being Haresh Sharma Presented by: The Necessary Stage in collaboration with Cake Theatrical Productions  Directed by Natalie Hennedige Being Haresh Sharma is a work that looks at Haresh’s body of writing over 30 years. It makes bold, unexpected links and associations, mapping stories and characters in ways that surface the social, political and spiritual aspects ...

What’s the Big Deal?

“There’s no sun here!” “You’re indoors!” These are just some remarks I constantly get from my friends whenever I whip out my bottle of suncream. It is alarming how so many of you do not realise the importance of applying suncream, even on a cloudy day or when you are indoors. I sense many of ...

EJC Canteen Food Stalls Review 😊

Lasting since Eunoia Junior College’s (EJC) grand opening this year, 3 dominant food stalls (Japanese food, Chicken Rice and Mixed rice stalls) have emerged to be the crowd favourites amongst the EJC population. Let’s now uncover the wonderful food options provided by these food stalls that have successfully appealed to the masses! As one of ...

Beginnings

Welcome to Eunoia Junior College first ever school newsletter! Have lots of fun reading the articles and on behalf of the entire newsletter committee, wishing everyone all the best in their studies and don’t forget to stop to enjoy the little things in life 🙂 And also, don’t forget to watch this exclusive interview with ...

Letting Go of a Hobby

Hey, remember those piano lessons you took when you were 6, then stopped after 3 years? Remember how passionate you were about it at that time, how much you wanted your fingers to dance across the keys just like the pianist you saw on stage? Or perhaps you were a swimmer, spending 4-5 hours every ...