Gryphon Strength: Kiwi Cup 2020

By Rachel Leong (20A01A) and Jermaine Wong (20S03R)
Photos courtesy of Raffles Photographic Society

It was the bright, sunny afternoon of 17 January 2020, and the stands in the Saint Andrew’s Junior College (SAJC) stadium were filled with rows of supporters. Rafflesians, from Year 1 RI boys in their orientation shirts to Year 6 councillors with their faces painted green, black, and white, had come to watch what was sure to be an exhilarating match. The stadium was abuzz with anticipation for Kiwi Cup, an annual tradition between the rugby teams of Raffles and SAJC. 

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A Level 2020 Student Features: Whate’er The Test

By Sophia He (20S03H), Noelle Leow (21A01B), Shaun Loh (21A01A), and Rachel Ho (21A01B)

This year, Raffles Press invited four Year 7s who have invested their time and energy into their respective sports, instruments and other pursuits to share about their JC experience, and any advice they may have for juniors. Read on to learn more about the holistic side to these Rafflesians, and what they get up to when they’re not busy studying!

This is Part 2 of our A Level 2020 Student Feature.

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A Level 2020 Student Features: Let Our Hearts Be Stirring

By Gabrielle Ng (20A01E), Valerie Tan (20A01E), Max Chwa (21A01B), and Faith Wei (21S03C)

This year, Raffles Press invited four Year 7s who have invested their time and energy into their respective sports, instruments and other pursuits to share about their JC experience, and any advice they may have for juniors. Read on to learn more about the holistic side to these Rafflesians, and what they get up to when they’re not busy studying!

This is Part 1 of our A Level 2020 Student Feature.

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Raffles Science Symposium 2020

By Rachael Koh (20S07C)

Raffles Science Symposium (RSS) is an annual event organised by the Raffles Science Institute (RSI) in conjunction with Raffles Guidance Centre (RGC) and the Peer Helpers Programme (PHP) that features research projects and sharings on science and mental health. This year, RSS took place on 29 January at the ISH and Innovation Centre.  Continue reading “Raffles Science Symposium 2020”