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Service And Kindness: A Look Into RI’s Service Culture

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Noor Adilah (17S06B)
Nadiya Nesseer (17S03B)

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An Interview with Artist Tengku Sharil

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TENGKU SHARIL (b. 1996) is an alumni from the batch of 2014’s H2 Art Class. He is currently serving his national service in the army and is set to pursue architecture for his undergraduate studies.

By Joanna Ng

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Spacing Out

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By:
Aaron Tan (4C)

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The Empathy Equation is problematic and the reason will shock you

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Catherine Zou (17A01B)
Bay Jia Wei (17S06R)
Serafina Siow (17A13A)

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Hatching A Sustainable Singapore

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by Izyan Nadzirah

‘Any decisions made today must consider the benefits and influence on the next seven generations.’  So states the Great Law of the Iroquoi, which is frequently associated with a familiar buzzword — Sustainability.

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The Secret World of (some of our) Science Staff

by Inez Tan, Izyan Nadzirah and Jason Chua

You notice them around, in the science lab and your classrooms ensuring that your laboratory experiments or science classes go smoothly. But outside of RI, some of our science staff possesses unique and interesting hobbies that go beyond the science syllabus. Continue reading “The Secret World of (some of our) Science Staff”

Things in their Bag, or on their Desk : Our Discipline Masters

Just what goes into the bags or resides on the desks of our school’s Discipline Masters and Mistress? Continue reading “Things in their Bag, or on their Desk : Our Discipline Masters”

Wang Jing (望京)

Photography is about telling stories. It makes quite a lot of sense, then, that we – a group of Raffles Institution students – did more than just photograph the people of Beijing during our short, nine-day visit. Continue reading “Wang Jing (望京)”

Lose Never Mind; But Must Win: It’s really not just about Soccer

by Alex Tan (16S03B), Karen Cuison (16A01D), Rachel Lim (16A01E)

To every batch of soccer girls, coach Mr Leong Chee Mun tells the same story that has almost attained the status of a glowing myth, Continue reading “Lose Never Mind; But Must Win: It’s really not just about Soccer”

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