Agony Aunt Agatha #3

I like a guy but I can’t tell if he likes me back. Are there any signs to look out for? First and foremost, it’s important to recognize relationships as a serious commitment that requires the effort of two individuals in order to have a chance at success, especially at this age, so be careful […]

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Art exhibition review – Mazel Galerie

The hearty guffaws from the Michelin Star restaurant “Kam’s Roast”, the hustle and bustle from Singapore’s busiest district, Orchard Road and the occasional honk from an exasperated driver. Amidst the fast-paced nature of the surroundings lies a peaceful respite – a glass-enclosed Art gallery, where the constant “whir” of the air-conditioning humming in the background […]

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CCA in the Spotlight – Computing and Robotics

Photo credit: Computing and Robotics Club Interviewee: Ng Wei Han 1. What is an average CCA session like? Wei Han: Filled with lots of fun and exploration! Last term we embarked on our own projects relating to what we have learnt in the past year. I really look forward to every CCA session because I […]

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Classical music review – “Resonates With” ft. students from the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music

A staircase towering over three levels. A sea of faces with varying emotions. Some brimming with excitement, some faintly fascinated, some puzzled. Some totally indifferent. All transfixed on the flurry of action at the bottom of the towering staircase. Perhaps a slight twitch in reaction to a sudden change in sonority, or, a murmur that […]

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Revealing what Eunoians truly think of the Arts!

Photo credit: Sandra Tan Jia Ying The Arts. What does this word elicit whenever it crosses your mind? Boring? Meaningless? Or according to a General Paper question – A luxury only the rich can afford? You might have come across a survey titled “The Arts or Nah” whereby the Origin* sought to find out what […]

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CCA in the Spotlight – Drama

Photo credit: Jayden Sim Hong Kai Interviewee: Satini Sankeerthana What is an average CCA session like? Keerthana: For the first half an hour or so, we do warm-ups which are of a few types namely, vocal, physical and games which require concentration like splat for example. After which, if there are any productions or performances […]

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