By Lynn Hong (18A13A)
(Obviously to the lecture theatre. Don’t skip lectures, kids.)
A certain Orwell once said, “All lecture theatres were created equal, but some are more equal than others.” Indeed, this hallowed adage is true of our own institution. Today Raffles Press presents the definitive score card of the most important places in the school (second only to the canteen), the nexus of school life around which we all revolve – the lecture theatres.
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By Adri Faris (18A13A)
It’s raining; and when it rains, it pours. All those days and days of planning for an afternoon at Siloso Beach gone to waste – it’s cancelled. You’re sitting there at home, staring at those stacks of revision papers that stare blankly back at you; clueless as to what you could do now. While the seclusive introverts may be secretly relieved at the opportune rainfall, others may dwell on this as a wasted opportunity. We’ve all been there before.
That’s where we come in. Today, Raffles Press brings you a list of things to do on a rainy day.
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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 attention during National Day celebrations), is our contributions to the world of toilets.
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By Bryan Ling (17S06C)
Take a stroll around Raffles at any time of the day and I’d wager you’d find at least one or two students who’ve had a recent visit from the Sandman. In lecture theatres or in classrooms, from the library to the windy benches, school seems to be the average student’s favourite place to sleep, outside of (presumably) their own beds.
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by Adelyn Tan (16A01E) and Choo Shuen Ming (16A01E)
Feeling the stress from CTs? Unable to find a perfect place where you can focus and get down to work? Study Go Where? is a series featuring potential study locations suggested by Rafflesians, accompanied by brief overviews of their studying suitability – so you can find out without having to visit it! This will be our last edition of Study Go Where? for the June holidays this year, but if you’re still clueless on where you can study, check out previous reviews here and here!
In this special edition of Study Go Where?, Raffles Press brings to you priceless study places that cost (next to) nothing to occupy. Be prepared for varying levels of humidity and comfort, and a whole lotta productivity being close to nature.
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