by Jervan Khou Many a time we hear of a cause, be it about children in Kenya or the elderly in Singapore, but how often do we do anything about it afterwards? How often do we feel passionate about something for three days then forget everything almost immediately after that? How often do we pledge … Read more
by Teoh Ren Jie I glanced down at my gently curving waistline and promised myself I would work out over the holidays. “Uh… crest.” “Sure,” he said, then flicked his thumb and sent the coin spinning through the air. For a moment it hung, lazily, at the apex of its climb, a silver orb glinting … Read more
by Jervan Khou Aurora: What does it mean? Scientifically at least, it is a natural light display, caused by the collision of charged particles in the atmosphere. It is also the theme for the orientation of the Class of 2014. Perhaps it was hoped that the collision of the supposedly brightest minds would spark off … Read more
Our guest writers from Youth Club @ Boon Lay report on the Countdown @ Boon Lay 2013.
The writer is a Year 1 student at NUS, who graduated from RI in 2011. She is in the University Scholars Programme and the Double Degree Programme, and holds a bond-free NUS Scholarship. In this article, she writes about her decision to study at NUS instead of universities overseas.