GP Extra Credit: Forget Climate Change – It’s a Climate Emergency

Written by: Anselm Long (19-A4) Designed by: Jo Yeoul (19-A2) “I believe that there’s a change in weather and I think it changes both ways. Don’t forget it used to be called global warming. That wasn’t working. Then it was called climate change. Now it’s actually called extreme weather because with extreme weather, you can’t […]

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GP Extra Credit: Reflections On Climate Change in Singapore

Written by: Aloysius Tng (19-U4) Designed by: Jo Yeoul (19-A2) This year’s National Day Rally speech by PM Lee Hsien Loong touched upon a myriad of issues that Singapore is facing and the government’s plan to tackle the problems. It also outlined the future of Singapore and the bold plans to develop it. From making […]

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GP Extra Credit: Ten years after their construction, have the Integrated Resorts had a significant impact on Singapore society?

Written by: Jessica Kosasih (19-A5) Designed by: Jo Yeoul (19-A2)   Singapore is well-known for many of its structural developments and the Integrated Resorts are one of them. Including the breath-taking Resorts World Sentosa, Adventure Cove, Expo Convention Centers and world-class Casinos, the Integrated Resorts are a sight to behold. Lately, together with plans for […]

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GP Extra Credit: Pursuing one’s passion is a luxury many youth cannot afford

Pursuing one’s passion is a luxury many youth cannot afford By Nethania Che (19-O4) Designed by: Jo Yeoul (19-A2) This piece was written in response to a commentary entitled “Gen Y speaks: When pursuing your passion burns you out”, posted on Today on 21 July 2019.  Today, there is an increasing acceptance towards youths following […]

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GP Extra Credit: Examining Peculiarities in Singapore’s Language Policy

Written by: Ernest Tan (19-E6) Designed by: Jo Yeoul (19-A2) What do Singaporeans understand by the Singapore Language Policy? Most peers my age would often think about the bilingualism that is a cornerstone of our education systems. Others would also think about our implicitly discouraged but beloved vernacular – Singlish. In this opinion piece, I […]

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