Only MUSA members and subcomms to be buddies & the resignation of the Activities Chairperson – The 4th MUSA Meeting

It was a Friday, with a long weekend ahead – a well-deserved one that is for every single person in 6303 that evening but before any one of us could embark on that much anticipated journey back home, there was a meeting we all had to deal with, at 9.30 p.m. with almost little to […]

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The School of Science Book Collection Drive in support of Starbucks’ Community Library Campaign

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 April 2017. This event was organized in conjunction with Starbucks’ Global Month of Service (GMoS) Community Library Campaign, where books will be donated to effect […]

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Perfection in Simplicity: How Japanese Culture Resonates With Their Food

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 food speak on their behalf. Almost every race among humanity can be identified by the uniqueness and individuality of the flavours, smells and looks of […]

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