Study Go Where

Chill Go Where? (Part 2: Off Campus)

Reading Time: 4 minutes

By Mei Feifei (22A13A), Sophie Goh (22S07B)

This is part two of our ‘Chill Go Where?’ series. You may access part one here

Your friends just jio-ed you on an after-school outing. The day has come and your squad is faced with the perennial question—chill go where? Here is a non-exhaustive list of hang-out spots off campus that you may wish to consider. 

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Chill Go Where? (Part 1: On Campus)

Reading Time: 4 minutes

By Mei Feifei (22A13A), Sophie Goh (22S07B)

You may be a Y5 excited to start Orientation and spend time with your new friends, or a Y6 tired of going to the same benches again and again. As long as you 1) have friends and 2) want to hang out with them, here is a non-exhaustive list of hang-out spots that you may wish to consider (actually, there is nothing stopping you from hanging out with yourself either). 

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Myth Busters: for JAE Students!

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By Azzahra Osman (22S03P), Keiran Koh (22S06M), Ting Kaily (22S03P) 

Entering a new school may be hard for many students—making new friends, adapting to unfamiliar surroundings and embracing a whole new school culture can be rather overwhelming, especially so for those setting foot onto RI’s soil for the very first time. We’ve all heard the horror stories about coming to a junior college with the IP stream, and it’s normal to be afraid of the potential segregation when two-thirds of the cohort comprises students who have already known each other beforehand. 

Fret not, though, for Raffles Press (RI’s most credible student journalists) is here to tell you that it’s not as bad as it seems! We need not worry because most classes are a pleasant mix of students from RI, RGS and JAE streams in a balanced ratio. To be very honest, each year’s cohort is so gargantuan, even some RI boys and RGS girls have never crossed paths before.

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Lecture Go Where?

Reading Time: 7 minutes

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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Rain Do What?

Reading Time: 6 minutesBy 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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