Link to Gallery BY LOH DAN HONG “Have you seen her?” The Halloween event organised by the Social and Welfare portfolio was a successful event that many attended and enjoyed, and gave everyone a good break from studying. The event was started off with a buffet dinner, and it gave everyone a chance to gather and catch up with one another, away from our busy … Continue reading Have You Seen Her?
Link to Gallery BY SHANG ZIYUAN Conducted by Mr Leo Tan from the Career and Attachment Office, the Resume Writing Workshop held by the Holistic Development Portfolio provided great insight into what employers are looking out for in a resume. Besides going through the content required in a resume, Mr Tan also engaged us by provided samples of resumes from different people, which gave us … Continue reading Resume Writing Workshop
BY PYE SONE KYAW Centre for Strategic Infocomm Technologies (CSIT) has never been too well-known of a defence technology organisation amongst most Singaporean youth, with the likes of Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) and Defence Science Organisation (DSO) taking precedence in terms of reputation. This is due to the highly classified nature of CSIT’s work which deals with cybersecurity and other highly sensitive technologies which naturally are a cause … Continue reading Visit to CSIT
Link to Gallery BY PEH YU YUN Escaping Wonderland was a well-timed break from the stress of midterms. Although there was no particular order enforced for the station games, the movement from station to station was quite smooth for my group. Not having to follow a sequence was a fresh experience that was surprisingly enjoyable. We were given the liberty to choose and freely explore … Continue reading Escaping Wonderland
Link to Gallery BY TAN WEI HENG JERRY Kicking off the first industrial visit of the school year, 10 CN Yang Scholars visited Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School located near Singapore General Hospital to learn more about its unique MD, MD-pHD and pHD curriculum. What sets Duke-NUS apart from other medical schools is its central “Clinician-First, Clinician-Plus” vision. They believe that graduates are first competent clinicians, … Continue reading Duke-NUS Visit 2019