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Arts Fest ’16: Drama Club Shines Despite Lack of Professional Guidance

By Camillia Dass Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s (NP) English Drama Club’s production of RAW, in conjunction with NP’s Arts Fiesta 2016, was anything but raw. With acting that was worthy of professional drama companies, the cast managed to completely stun their audience with a moving performance. Staged at the Experimental Studio @ Seventy3 in NP on Nov […]

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Special Needs Individuals Contribute to DE Day Charity Sale

By Constance Goh While other students were enjoying their holidays, 27 students from School of Design & Environment (DE) in Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) worked with 20 special needs individuals to make keychains for sale. The team from DE and TOUCH Community Services collectively made 56 keychains. Each DE student was paired with one special […]

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Three FSV Films Make It to the Big Screen

By Camillia Dass On Nov 17, 2016, Honour SG held a screening at the Genexis Theatre, Fusionpolis, to showcase six films that were chosen by the committee for the Honour Film Initiative. The event was attended by Honour SG representatives, filmmakers, family members of the filmmakers, actors featured in the films and key staff members of […]

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Arts Fest ’16: NP Klavierensemble Hits the Right Keys

By Wong Si Jia A wave of silence washed over Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP)’s Music Box as the emcees appeared beside the sole grand piano on stage. They expressed their surprise and gratitude at the recital’s first-ever full house attendance – which was met with raucous applause from the audience. Perhaps it was the refreshing blend […]

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Arts Fest ’16: Strings and Guitars Come Together for Overture

By Megan Cheah Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Strings melds classical and contemporary with first combined ensemble Stage lights illuminated rows of waiting musicians, seated among score stands. Black-clad performers held violins with their bows aloft, while those in white balanced guitars on their laps, waiting for the signal from the conductor to begin the combined piece […]

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New Poets Shine at Singapore Writers Festival

By Megan Cheah Fresh voices from Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s School of Film & Media Studies breathe life into poems through voice and video It was a novel experience for six new poets from the Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) School of Film & Media Studies (FMS) when they read their poems at the Singapore Writers Festival […]

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Arts Fest ’16: NP Voices Tells Mental Illness Story Through Song

By Camillia Dass It was a brave theme that the Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) Voices tackled in their performance for the NP Arts Fiesta 2016 – the theme of mental illness. Told through song, Prelude VI is the story of a girl named Sophie who has lost her parents. In trying to help her cope […]

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“Watching” with Brand New Ears

By Audrey Leong Dialogue in the Dark returns to give audiences a musical experience with brand new acts performing for Concert in the Dark 2016 On Aug 13, Concert in the Dark (CITD) will plunge audiences into total darkness for two hours during performances by young Singaporean talents such as Disco Hue and Nathan Hartono. […]

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Not Food-ing Around

By Jolene Gina Abelarde Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) aims to educate both students and staff on the serious impacts of food wastage and cultivate better habits To be held on Jun 3 from 10am to 5pm at block 73, World Environmental Day@NP is the inaugural event targeted at reducing the amount of food waste generated […]

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Top NP Student Achieves Balance in Work and Play

By Abigail Ang A desire for diverse experiences challenged Bryan Lim to push the limits of self-discipline Despite the rigour of academia, Business Studies graduate Bryan Lim, 20, found opportunities for leadership and self-growth in various co-curricular activities (CCAs). Through his roles in nine on-campus clubs, including captain of the Swim Team and a Ngee […]

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