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Malay Cultural Club Celebrates 20 Years of Bonding

The revival of the sixth edition of Dinamis has strengthened bonds in the Malay Cultural Club (MCC) at Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s annual Art Fiesta.

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Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s RED Camp Still A Hot Favourite After 16 Years

By LIM JUN HAO and JACQUELINE LEE Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s (NP) Roadmap to Explore and Discover (RED) Camp may be in its 16th year but the outreach programme  continues to get the thumbs-up from secondary school students who have just completed their ‘O’ or ’N’ level examinations. A poll conducted by npTribune among 113 campers […]

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5th Walk for Rice raises 70,000 bowls

Text & Photos by TERESE LIM For 900 participants, including staff, students and children from Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP), walking was more than just a means of getting from one place to another. Together, the participants raised 70,000 bowls of rice for underprivileged families in Singapore’s south-east district at the fifth Walk for Rice (WFR) […]

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RRILEY visits Radio Heatwave

BY CRAIG CHEN In an interview with Radio Heatwave on Oct 7, singer-songwriter Sandra Riley “Rriley” Tang talked about things ranging from her new single to her weird talents. The Sam Willows member went into detail about her current hair colour, the love she has for her pets, as well as even her thoughts on […]

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Students get a say… and free bubble tea too

BY HAYMUN WIN As part of its nationwide outreach programme, REACH, (Reaching everyone for active citizenry @ home), set up a listening point in Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) on Oct 23, offering up free bubble tea in exchange for doing a survey. REACH, or Reaching Everyone for Active Citizenry @ Home, uses listening points, which […]

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Ngee Ann Poly celebrates Singapore’s 54th birthday

The Ngee Ann Polytechnic Atrium was filled with red and white as staff and students celebrated Singapore’s 54thNational Day with patriotic songs, activities and nostalgic treats. Everyone was in a celebratory mood, taking photos at a photo booth with iconic Singapore locations as the backdrop and eating kachang puteh(a variety of nuts) served the traditional way in […]

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Blackout Poetry in the Library

By ISAGAIL CARSHUEN Recently, Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Lien Ying Chow Library invited students to deface pages from magazines and other media. Using markers, students  blacked out sections of text to create poems from the words left untouched. At the event called Blackout Poetry, students did not hesitate to create something entirely new from National Geographic articles, […]

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Sandbox Holds Inaugural Innopoly to Inspire Innovation Among Students

By SANDY GAN InnoPoly is Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s (NP) inaugural event organised by Sandbox to heighten awareness of NP’s innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem and to build a community of innovators. From Jul 17-19, talks, competitions, workshops and roadshows will help answer questions of enterprising students. This event comes at an opportune time when entrepreneurship is […]

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Special Screening of Trailer Boys

By ISAGAIL CARSHUEN On Jun 10, final-year Mass Communication students were treated to a special screening of a Singapore-made short documentary, Trailer Boys.  Trailer Boyscentres around a little-known group of truckers, the people who deliver goods to supermarkets and convenience stores across the island. The film follows the journey of Muhammad Irfan Rafieh, a key member […]

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Taking the Next Step

By ISAGAIL CARSHUEN Students can now find out more about admission, courses and university life from both Singaporean and foreign tertiary institutions at booths outside Makan Place (Blk 51). All this is part of Further Education Week (FEW) organised by the Office of Internships and Careers.  Aimed at helping students to plan their next steps after […]

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