In one of two episodes in our CCA-wide Nostalgia newsletter, we discuss the Pixar film Ratatouille! Themes, thigh-slapper jokes, and TikTok musical all included! Skylar: Hello and welcome back to another episode of Journsplit! As part of our club-wide newsletter, ‘nostalgia’, we are releasing two episodes, one on Phineas and Ferb and this one, where we willContinue reading “Journsplit: Ratatouille”
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Journsplit: Phineas and Ferb
In one of two episodes in our CCA-wide Nostalgia newsletter, we discuss beloved childhood show Phineas and Ferb. Songs, side characters and speculation all included! Rei: Hi and welcome back to a very special episode and our first of this year!! This episode, along with another one on Ratatouille, is part of our club-wide Journalism newsletter Nostalgia. Continue reading “Journsplit: Phineas and Ferb”
Whether you consider Shrek an all star or just a mediogre movie, you’ll probably enjoy this episode of Journsplit, where Aditi and Ryan discuss actors, accents, and try not to go ogre-board with the puns. Person 1: Hi everyone! Welcome back to Journsplit! Today we will be talking about the eight time award winning movie,Continue reading “Journsplit: Shrek”
Chersplit! – Mr Sim
Chersplit #3! Mr Jeryl Sim tells us about Dune (including the video game!) and why he finds the franchise interesting.
Chersplit! – Mr Joseph
Chersplit #2! Mr Joseph Giri talks to us about the Matrix movies and why he loves them so much.
Chersplit! – Ms Gordon
Welcome to Chersplit! In this episode, Ms Caroline Gordon, our teacher IC, tells us about how she joined our school and tells us about a star day tradition!
The Curious Issue
The Curious Issue This is The Curious Issue. Written in 2019 by members of the Journalism Club, The Curious Issue has a very interesting history. Flashback to the end of 2018 – the beginning of 2019: The Journalism Club had questions. Many questions. And they wanted answers. Good answers. They hoped against hope that someday,Continue reading “The Curious Issue”
about the writers, 2018.
Student Leadership Workshop 2016
By Tyrina Toh
Through stumbling past two days of groggy mornings and smudged doodles on my booklet, I’ve learnt far more than applying adorable analogies to describe the concepts of leadership and applying these skills in reality. […]
Research Congress 2016
By Mavis Teo
NUS High School’s Research Congress is an annual celebration of our students’ passion and dedication in research, kindly sponsored by our valued partner DSO National Laboratories. […]