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 […]

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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 […]

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SJWs of the Internet Age

The acronym SJW would probably elicit a reaction of poorly masked confusion followed by a pretentious response of ‘Hmm, I’ve heard it before.’ and then procedure to go on Urban Dictionary to find the meaning of this elusive slang. Or perhaps you are true to yourself and admit that you have never heard of such […]

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Who am i ?

How much of me is me? Who am i really. There comes a time when we truly ask ourselves, do i really know who i am? Am i me? Or am i simply playing a character? As I quote Shakespeare “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players. They have […]

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The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak

Rating: 4/5 stars The Book Thief is a story about the life of Liesel Merminger, an orphan living in Germany during World War 2. As I presume you all know, Germany is infamous for the Holocaust, where millions of Jews were persecuted and killed. In a dramatic twist of events, Liesel and her adopted family […]

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The Girl

*WARNING DISCLAIMER* This post is a creative piece hence contains some perturbing content. Read at your own discretion. The girl found herself in her room. What she was doing there in the first place, she did not know. However what she did remember was a sudden blinding flash of light as the car hit her […]

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