Author: Raffles Press

Thoughts on Jeremy Tiang’s “State of Emergency”

By Abigail Ang (18S06B)

When can history be truly left in the past? For some, never.

State of Emergency explores the effects of the leftists movements and government detentions in Malaya on the lives of various characters from the 1950s to the present day, who are often forced to reckon with difficult choices and moral dilemmas.

Continue reading “Thoughts on Jeremy Tiang’s “State of Emergency””

Please Mind the Platform Gap (Universities Edition): New York University

By Angus Yip (18A01A)
Photographs courtesy of Isabelle Tay

Thinking about which university to apply to, or already a J2 beginning your early admission applications? Raffles Press brings you our Please Mind the Platform Gap (Universities Edition), a series of articles dedicated to providing information on Rafflesian alumni’s experiences at their respective universities.

Continue reading “Please Mind the Platform Gap (Universities Edition): New York University”

Please Mind the Platform Gap (Universities Edition): Swarthmore College

By Grace Lau (18S03I)

Thinking about which university to apply to, or already a J2 beginning your early admission applications? Raffles Press brings you our Please Mind the Platform Gap (Universities Edition), a series of articles dedicated to providing information on Rafflesian alumni’s experiences at their respective universities.

Continue reading “Please Mind the Platform Gap (Universities Edition): Swarthmore College”

The Raffles Games: Week 2

By Nadine Staes-Polet (18A01B) and Lim Jing Rong (18A03A)
Photos courtesy of Raffles Photographic Society

After two long and fun-filled weeks of almost daily games and activities, the second and final week of The Raffles Games (TRG) drew to a close. Despite having significantly fewer events than the previous week, it was nonetheless just as exciting, interesting, and most importantly, fun. Here’s a quick rundown of what went down on Week 2.

Continue reading “The Raffles Games: Week 2”