A Quick Guide to Figure Skating at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang

Photo Credits By Raeesah Hayatudin There’s so much magic in figure skating; it’s not only a sport, it’s an art, and it can be such a wonderful way of expression. Figure skaters fly across the ice, making flexible spins and astonishing jumps look effortless to their awestruck audience. How do they do it? I always... Continue Reading →


Book Review: The Handmaid’s Tale

Photo Credits Written by Raeesah Hayatudin The Handmaid’s Tale Author: Margaret Wood Publisher: McClelland & Stewart, 1985 Before settling in to watch the first season of the recent TV show The Handmaid’s Tale from Hulu, based on the novel from Margaret Atwood, I hurried to reread the memorable book. And I was reminded of exactly... Continue Reading →


Photo Credits By Faith Ling Hsern Zhen   I am inadequate Think, There is no reason I should Think I am perfect the way I am But there are those around me who Judge me See the things I do Hear the words that escape from me Who’ll think they are better than I am... Continue Reading →

5 Tips to a Relaxing Study Session

By Clara Lai and Chua Jia Ying   Read and learn. When you are in college or university, with one assignment coming after the other in rapid succession, reading is the very last thing you’d want to do. But - just hear us out - reading is to the mind what exercise is to the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Strange the Dreamer

Written by Shuvern Yeoh   Strange the Dreamer Author: Laini Taylor Publisher: Little, Brown and Company, 2017 “You’re a storyteller. Dream up something wild and improbable," she pleaded. "Something beautiful and full of monsters." “Beautiful and full of monsters?" “All the best stories are.”   This is a young adult fantasy novel and is the... Continue Reading →

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