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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

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

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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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A Night of MagiCal Moments

by Shalini Devindra Over 400 alumni, staff and students gathered together to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Mass Communication course   Perhaps it was the magic of Harry Potter that transported them back. Perhaps it was the sumptuous buffet spread promised. Perhaps they were there to mingle and re-connect with friends across the years. […]

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HMS Helps Students Through Peer Tutoring

by Shalini Devindra Two students step forward for a cause beneficial to multiple people. The School of Humanities & Social Sciences (HMS) goes the extra mile when lending a helping hand by contributing the funds earned from its peer tutoring to the HMS fund to support charity work. Other schools, such as the School of […]

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All Stars at the Legends

by Cally Cheung It was a celebration showcasing the spirit of excellence and dedication among the educators and non-teaching staff. Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s annual Staff Excellence Awards was held at Fort Canning’s The Legends Hotel for the first time since its inauguration with SDAR’s Awards Nights… Receiving recognition for their work were 196 staff members, […]

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Ngee Ann Film Students Win in Samsung Contest

by Jovita Ang The winners of Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow competition, First Words, intend to use their dialect translator application to bridge cultural differences across generations. Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s team, First Words, emerged victorious at the inaugural Solve for Tomorrow competition in Singapore held on Nov 11. The competition organised by Samsung Singapore saw six […]

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Riding The New Wave Of LSCT’s Internships

by Cally Cheung Veterinary Bioscience students are prepared to bring home something big – from somewhere bigger. Three second-year Veterinary Bioscience students will embark on the new overseas partnership with Ross University of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) in West Indies starting this February. Displaying a passion for sea turtles, Jayi Lim is one of the three […]

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