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School of Health Sciences Gives Back

By Cheryl Tang For the fourth year running, Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) students pursuing a Diploma in Optometry visited non-profit organisations to conduct visual screenings for children. The visual screenings were held at three Society for the Physically Disabled (SPD) centres, where children under the age of six with disabilities such as autism, speech disorders […]

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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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A Reinvented STAGED

By Benjamin Chua Look forward to a bohemian-themed music festival on campus by Ngee Ann Polytechnic Students’ Union (NPSU) Come May 20, NPSU will be bringing back their annual music affair, STAGED 2016: Indie Moment, headlined by local artistes Take Two, Jack & Rai, Lewis Loh and Joie Tan. Previously held at the Music Box@73, […]

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Movie Making in a Battle Against Time

By Isabelle Liew Bi Xuan From Apr 15 to 17, aspiring filmmakers from around Singapore were tasked to create a short movie within two days Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) team, Twinfilm, emerged as Best Visual Effects winner at The 48 Hour Film Project award ceremony on Apr 23. Twinfilm comprises of second and third-year students […]

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Lights, Camera, No Action!

By Jolene Gina Abelarde Newly implemented criterions for annual Dance 4 Fun (D4F) on Feb 21, including theme assignments to competing faculties, received mixed reviews Seats marked, walkie-talkies checked and the doors opened for crowds of excited supporters to swarm into the Ngee Ann Polytechnic Convention Centre. The aisles are cleared and stage cleaned off […]

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Overseas Exposure Much Coveted By Ngee Ann Poly students

By Rachel Yeo RACHEL YEO talks to students about the benefits of The Christieara Programme Imagine the opportunity to learn about a country’s environment, culture and government faraway from Singapore for three weeks through field trips, sessions with university professors and locals, all without paying a single cent. Imagine no more, as such an overseas […]

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Saying “Thank You” In A Million Ways

by Leonard Tan The Care for Workers event in Ngee Ann Polytechnic was organised with no frills to highlight that the cleaners were at the heart of it all The set-up was simple – a few chairs and microphones for the performers, a table for registration and a buffet spread. But what elevated this simplicity […]

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Students Support Call to Return Trays

By Stacey Lim Return your tray after your meal and the next person will get to enjoy his meal at a clean table. This simple act of cooperation implemented on campus 19 years ago remains a rare sight. But it looks like the campaign is renewed with earnestness with students and staff making the effort […]

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Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Spanking New and Green Block 22

By Ngau Kai Yan It promises brand new study areas, an even bigger food court, an indoor sports hall, tennis courts. But more than that, Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s latest renewed building, Block 22, is Green Mark Platinum certified The certification is awarded only to buildings that showcase environmental design and performance and the block’s energy […]

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