Picture yourself slathering on sunscreen while lazing on a perfect white-sand beach covered in coconut palms that gives way to emerald waters and coral gardens. Not forgetting the tropical slopes … Continue reading Tropical Paradise Unplugged
There’s only slightly more than a week left till the end of the semester. That means that there’s only slightly more than a week left to rush the thousands (exaggeration … Continue reading ONE WEEK+ TO WEEK 12 OH NO
Words are important. Words encode knowledge that otherwise would not have been able to be stored and propagated through the generations over land, sea, and time. What could have we … Continue reading Mechanical Might – Are mechanical keyboards really that much better?
“A woman is quiet and submissive, always gentle. They are like a lamb. Soft and kind, loving and sweet” This is what a girl hears every single time when we … Continue reading 4 tips on how to be a woman. Like literally
In the course of a busy Week 8, the School of Science staff and students found time to hold a 3-day book collection drive on campus from the 26th-28th of … Continue reading The School of Science Book Collection Drive in support of Starbucks’ Community Library Campaign
Every good slacker needs a great movie watch-list to fill in time better spent revising for tests, meeting assignment deadlines, or just getting out of bed to go to class. … Continue reading 5 Hollywood Films Shot in Malaysia! Do you know them all?
I met my ex-crush yesterday. By ‘ex-crush’ I mean she’s someone I liked a lot…but couldn’t get…and I’m with some other girl now but it’s not the same…because I’ll never … Continue reading Why you will find LOVE again – The April Thematic Competition winner!
To many people, food is a language that overcomes all conventional barriers of communication. To these people, words hold no importance in telling their stories when they can let their … Continue reading Perfection in Simplicity: How Japanese Culture Resonates With Their Food