about the writers, 2018.
Jelly – most remember it as a favourite childhood treat, the perennial staple of any celebration. Otherwise, it makes for a great go-to snack on midnight refrigerator raids, or as an outlet to ponder nihilism. Wobbly like our emotions, soft like the hands of a first crush, sweet like a family gathering […]
Pay no heed to the clamour
Towards his cousin’s wedded glamour
Winking under buzzing lights
It’s really not so much a sight
Matchless to the plates of gleaming gems […]
A confounding conundrum which often plagues us is the case of the missing sock. Whether it’s one of our salaciously skin-tight stockings, or a warm winter sock, chances are we will not find it anywhere. Who knows where these sneaky creatures always slip off to? […]
Today is the day. The day where you will have to make a choice.
Yes, it is the day of CCA fair. Of the 27 CCAs, which will prevail?
The sound of mic checks draws you into the hall where […]
By Clarisse Choo
Pan’s Labyrinth is an example of a true fairy tale. Foregoing the conventional happily ever after fairy tales that Disney has popularised, Pan’s Labyrinth takes on a darker tone reminiscent of Grimm’s classic fables. This is a story set in 1944 fascist Spain, five years after the Spanish Civil War, and follows the protagonist, a young girl named Ofelia, as she is thrust into a mystical […]
By: Clarisse Choo and Shina Tan
The 12th annual Student Leaders’ Investiture was held on the 12th of February […]