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New Camp, New Me

A fresh 'identity' is given to students who take part in camps to foster a sense of belonging

By Nicole Fang

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M.U.S.T.-see Travel Series Showcases Singapore

By Cheryl Koh The fourth stop of M.U.S.T (My Unexpected Sweet Trip) centres on the fun, foodie and fashionista side of the Lion City. And hosting this series is Korean model and “It girl” Irene Kim, who will be co-hosting with fellow model Cho Min-Ho. Previously they explored her home town, Seoul and Bangkok. The […]

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Runway Ready for Lecture

Whether it’s walking into Makan Place or sprinting under the heat to get to class, Spring trends are here to help you keep your cool

By Clara Tan

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[GIVEAWAY] Fall Out Boy’s American Beauty / American Psycho

It’s the haze holiday period, and we hope the smog has not made your hair FALL OUT. BOY oh BOY does npTribune have just the thing to chase the haze holiday blues away. npTribune is giving you the chance to win your very own copy of Fall Out Boy’s latest album, ‘American Beauty / American Psycho’. There are a […]

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Plaid? Checked!

by Joelle Cecilia Quek Across the globe, plaid is making a sartorial comeback on runways and streets alike. Plaid, otherwise known as tartan or checks, is a trend that is making its comeback on runways and sidewalks alike, in recent months. With Chanel leading the way, brands like Gucci, Valentino and, Alexander McQueen jumped onto […]

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Latte-tude for Café Hopping

by Calvin Leong Social media influences youth to jump on the café hopping bandwagon. Social media and the desire to look cool are the main reasons why people café hop, according to a survey done by npTribune on Ngee Ann Polytechnic students. Café hopping is slowly making its mark as a trend in Singapore, with […]

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Rise in teens looking to ‘thinspire’

by Bryan Chua Victims of eating disorders share preventive measures against eating disorders. Lately, there has been a steady and concerning incline in the percentage of teens with eating disorders. Skipping meals aggressively, restricting one’s self from eating and then vomiting out whatever is in the stomach is becoming a norm among teenagers. A key […]

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Online Businesses: A Booming Trend

by Seow Yun Rong With over 50,000 blogshops in Singapore, the booming trend of online shopping have enticed ambitious youths to set up their own online businesses even while schooling. Opening blogshops is an extremely popular trend in Singapore and is considered the preferred channel for young entrepreneurs to kick-start their business ventures, mainly because […]

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Camps for Champs

by Heng Hui Mei Learning revolves around books and projects, but that is not the only way to learn while you are in Ngee Ann Polytechnic. Put the books and projects aside for a while. Real learning takes place with close human interactions during camps where you let both your hair and guard down. In […]

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