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Breakdancing Competition in NP Draws International Participants

Gimme A Break 5th Anniversary Edition, a breakdancing competition organised by Mighty Nomads, a B-boy co-curricular activity (CCA) in Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP), drew participants from countries such as Germany, Indonesia and Malaysia. The competition, which was held on Dec 3, 2016, at NP, had two main categories – the 3-versus-3 and the 1-versus-1. Held […]

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Student’s Resolve: First Surge to Success

It received an overwhelming reception right from the get-go. Within 23 minutes of the ticket release, both shows of Surge: Resolve on Nov 26, 2016, by Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s (NP) hip-hop club New Revolving Age (NRA) were sold out. Surge: Resolve at NP’s Music Box was held as part of NP’s Art Fiesta, an annual […]

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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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New Revolving Age Honours Singapore in Annual Dance Show

by Muhammad Aniq Bin Abdul Kahar Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Danzation celebrates harmony and ethnic culture in this year’s production revolving around the theme of SG50 Once again, Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s New Revolving Age (NRA) charmed the audience with its mix of elegant, sharp and edgy dance moves in this year’s Danzation. With SG50 being the […]

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Arts Fiesta Workshops Promote Multiculturalism

by Elizabeth Goh Batik painting, Chinese paper cutting and henna painting were three of the free workshops conducted to tie in with the festival’s SG50 throwback theme The annual Arts Fiesta returned not only with a theme celebrating Singapore’s golden jubilee, but also with a brand new component – free lunchtime workshops from Nov 4 to 18. […]

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Skating competition at NP draws rookies

By Rachel Toh The Rookie Freestyle Skating Competition (RFSC) was well received this year, with more than 70 participants turning up at Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s (NP) Kismis Court for the event RFSC started in 2008 and “the idea behind this has been to encourage new inexperienced skaters to try out in the competitive scene,” said […]

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LSCT Inaugural CCA Event Draws New Students

By Melanie Heng The School of Life Sciences & Chemical Technology (LSCT) gave new students a one-stop overview of all its related co-curricular activities (CCA) at its very first CCA event held on Apr 28 The event featured LSCT groups such as the Society of Animal Rangers (SOAR) and the LSCT Society. Bringing all the […]

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3 Sell-Out Shows for D3

by Clara Xu It was a big-bang dance recital for NP’s Dance Contemporary Club. They did not need guns to sell out three shows. Their track record of excellent dance recitals in the past two years ­was enough to draw in the audience. Perhaps the other compelling reason was that the show aimed to benefit […]

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Malay Cultural Club Revives Dinamis

by Nur Khalisah The Malay Cultural Club brings back Dinamis just in time for Arts Fiesta 2014. Dinamis made a fairy-tale return at the Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s annual Arts Fiesta recently. After a two-year break for Dinamis, the Malay Cultural Club (MCC) staged the 120-minute musical at the Music Box on Nov 16. Titled Dinamis […]

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The Tale of Two Theatre Groups

by Ana Larae Rios “Hourglass”, a collaboration of two polytechnics for Arts Fiesta 2014, marks a significant point in inter-poly relations. “Hourglass” made its mark as a key milestone in inter-poly relations. The production was the inaugural collaboration between Ngee Ann’s Poly Stage F’Actor and Singapore Polytechnic’s Theatre Compass. The double-bill show, staged on 8 […]

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