Preamble, preamble. It doesn’t matter anyway. Nothing really does. Which really contextualises our futile struggles for connection in a dying world, no? Top three First Anonymous Tongue In a memory pulled from the heart, I found a long-lost trace of your gentle cadence; your fiesty tenor, diminished but resolute. It compelled me, enveloped in aContinue reading “Valentine’s Day Anti-Love Poem Contest”
By Renee A beautiful exotic Beast Beloved everywhere From north to south, from west to east For their Feathers and their Flair Their curious minds And playful manners Their sweet faces could light up a room They have talents for learning tricks of all kinds They can also speak on various matters They may alsoContinue reading “Ode to a Parrot”
By Renee Pudding means different things to different people. I always thought it meant a sweet, wobbly substance, like caramel custard. However, the term ‘pudding’ covers a wide range of foods, from sweet to savory. Pudding as a term for savory food is mainly in the United Kingdom or Commonwealth countries, while the rest ofContinue reading “Pudding”
By Yan Aung Did you know that our chicken rice stall uncle’s full name is Wong Chung Keong? Or that he was an aircraft technician before he became a stall owner? After 14 years, Mr Wong will be leaving NUSH as he is retiring. His day starts with him reaching school at 6.30 am toContinue reading “Interview with our Chicken Rice Stall Uncle”
This year we held a Valentine’s Day contest on our Instagram page at @nushjournalism. Students wrote and submitted poems about rejection, and we received 81 poems in all. Below are the first to third place winners, as well as the honorable mentions and other entries. Congratulations to all winners!
‘oh, charlie’ series: part 2/4
“Charlie, they’re trying a new medication on me. I don’t know if I like it.”
“Is it Kayla?”
“Trust her.” […]
‘oh, charlie’ series: part 1/4
by chloe loh
“When are you coming home?” […]
By Cherry Nwe
NUS High’s National Day celebration this year was very much different from those of previous years, being more fun-packed and exciting this time round.
For starters, the 42nd Battalion of the Singapore Armoured Regiment (42SAR) had come down to our school specially to hold a […]