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DE Day 2019 a rousing success despite delay

BY ISABELLE MONTEIRO For the first time in 12 years, the School of Design and Environment’s (DE) annual DE Day was re-planned and pushed from 2019 to 2020 due to initially low sign up rates. Despite the delay, 250 students and teachers participated in the event at the DE Gallery on Jan 17. DE Day […]

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Shanghai Film Festival Team Comes to Ngee Ann Polytechnic

By Cheyenne Lim In a collaboration with SG New Wave, the Film & Media Studies film-appreciation CCA, Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF) screened two of their award-winning short films on Dec 5 as part of the SIFF World Express University Tours. The first film screened was White Sheep in the Car, the winner of the […]

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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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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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New salad bowl stall opens at Makan Place

Text & Photo by HAYMUN WIN Say hi to Fit Foodie, a newly-opened stall at Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Makan Place that offers affordable, customisable bowls. For Herman, 22, the owner, it is all about providing balanced meals to the health-conscious crowd in NP. The bowls are high in protein and fibre, with ample carbohydrates to […]

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Oishi Pan Comes to Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Photo and text by HAYMUN WIN Well-loved Oishi Pan Bakery has opened its second outlet in Block 22 of Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP), selling an array of hand-crafted pastries and fresh bread. The bakery is known for its Japanese-style baking. One is the castella cake ($1.80 a slice) which comes in four different flavours: original, […]

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Radio Heatwave Returns to the Atrium

BY CRAIG CHEN BY CRAIG CHEN Radio Heatwave returned to the Atrium at the start of the October semester after three years at the Music Box. The new radio conty houses a more spacious back control room and the hanging microphones of the conty at the Music Box have been replaced with proper table standing […]

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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 Polytechnic students learn to work and play with the elderly

Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) students spent two days with the elderly making traditional foods, playing games and sharing a meal of dumplings. Held in early October on NP campus, the interaction sessions – the Intergenerational Learning Programme (ILP)  – was a collaboration between Fei Yue Community Services and Food AID. Together with the elderly, the […]

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