A News Article

by Bay Jia Wei (17S06R) There’s a confession to be made about my GP lessons, beyond the usual regrets expressed after exams: I suspect my GP tutor is an ambassador of BBC News. Yours could be too. Or maybe they are Economist advocates, or swear by the verity of TIME. But of course, when it comes to … Continue reading


Withdrawal of “Cry Go Where” Article

We have withdrawn our recent article “Cry Go Where?” and would like to sincerely apologise for the distress that it may have caused. Our intention was never to trivialise the issue, but we accept that the angle and tone of the piece was not fully appropriate. It was a lapse in judgement, and we will … Continue reading


Casting Out Dark Circles

By Andrew Hidajat (17S03I) On my very first morning in Singapore as a foreign student, I was dumbfounded by the appearance of the 6am sky. While the sun began to rise at home, here, it was still pitch dark. It didn’t take long to realise that waking up for school every morning would feel exactly … Continue reading


More Than A Headline: Turkey In Review

By Noor Adilah (17S06B) It started with the 2015 Ankara bombing. Then the second bomb came. Today, counting from 2015, there have been a total of 13 major terror attacks that scar Turkey. Search the web right now and you can see horrifying pictures of the victims. Often, they hold their dead children in their … Continue reading


The Best Toilets in RI

By: Bryan Ling (17S06C), Andrew Hidajat (17S03I), Bill Puah (17S06B), and Kaushik Rangaraj (17S06P) Additional reporting: Catherine Zou (17A01B) Singapore. Within the international community, we are known for many things. Our high standards of living. Our competitive GDP per capita. Even our food. Something fewer people know about though (unless you’re a Y5 who paid … Continue reading

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