By Rachel Lee (19A01D), Lynn Hong (18A13A) and Zhu Xiuhua (18S06A)
We see them strutting, elegant and confident, down runways, red carpets, and maybe even school corridors. Raffles Press brings you the person behind the poise, interviewing Ng Kelly (18S05A) and Alex Foo (18A03A) to share their journey in modelling.
By Calista Chong (18A01A), Lim Jing Rong (18A03A), and Nicki Chan (18S03C)
The bell chimes, signifying the end of another dull lecture. However, any happiness is short-lived as the much-dreaded announcement sounds:
“The next set of lecture notes is available for collection from the photocopy shop now.”
The whole LT heaves a collective sigh at the realisation that a new portion of the syllabus will be starting. However, while most head to their next class or to the canteen for a bite to eat after the lecture ends, the subject representatives have another job to do – collecting said lecture notes from the photocopy shop.
By Elizabeth Leong (18S06G) and Ling Young Loon (18S07A)
What do a national fencer, a service-superstar, and a theatre-lover have in common? All of them excelled in their own unique ways. This year, Press invited three J3 students to share their JC experiences. Read our interviews with them here.
By Ling Young Loon (18S07A) and Lynn Hong (18A13A)
It’s the festival of elections yet again – vibrant canteen displays and posters line the school’s corridors. To get to know our presidential candidates better, Press presents an interview feature with them.
“I started My NoNNa’s after 22 years of working in the corporate sector, I wanted to do something meaningful with my time. And here we are,” recounts Ms. Tan.
Despite being located in the rightmost corner of the Y5-6 canteen, My NoNNa’s remains eye-catching. From the small cooler filled with Italian sodas, to the brightly coloured construction paper signs festooning the stall front, My NoNNa’s is immediately distinct. Yet, there is still much more to My NoNNa’s than meets the eye.