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”
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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!
Journsplit: A Series of Unfortunate Events (Part B)
In the second part of our miniseries on A Series of Unfortunate Events, Skylar and Lokesh reference references and the effects of the on-screen adaptation on the series. Skylar: Hey school, journsplit is back with another episode; I’m Skylar, and this is the second part of the ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ miniseries, where weContinue reading “Journsplit: A Series of Unfortunate Events (Part B)”
Politics (by Lionel)
A million people stood before Grant Bosman in Swansford Central Plaza. He spoke of empty promises, bizarre claims, and ridiculous ideologies. It was one man with a voice—a voice so heavy that it paradoxically shook the hearts of many and questioned norms. But amidst this absurdity, what captured everyone’s attention was that Bosman was standing to give a show, putting up the front that he was collaborative leader instead of playing hero. But that’s when he slowly spun the interest to his favor– the show he was giving turned out to be spectacular. Everyone was intrigued by the notion of paradise; and something aboutContinue reading “Politics (by Lionel)”
Politics (by Ming Hong)
On the 16th of July, Alfred Denzel woke up to the chime of an alarm. Striding towards the calendar, he scrutinised his minute notes on that date – on which he had noted the big day – the start of his election campaign. A smile curled over his vacant face as he relished the destructionContinue reading “Politics (by Ming Hong)”
Politics (by Joseph)
The people watched as their new leader walked up to the stand, preparing his speech. He was an old man, and had served in the military for much of his life. To some, his mind never left it; he had made his intentions of strengthening the military quite clear. Many questioned his ability to rule,Continue reading “Politics (by Joseph)”
How Not To Politics (by Jovern)
It was a morning like any other. However, a grumpy shout pierced through the tranquil silence. “Margaret! Come look at this,” a stout middle-aged man beckoned as he read the daily papers, reclining on his favourite velvet armchair. “The Shlimmaps were able to pass a bill for the legalisation of Mutwood. It’s a dangerous hallucinogenic! I can’t believe there are so many reckless delusional folk supporting it. Don’t they worry about their children? It’s outrageous!” He singled out aContinue reading “How Not To Politics (by Jovern)”
by Cayden The earth had stood undisturbed for a hundred years. Once, there was a man who stepped upon it, claimed the land he could see as his, and ruled over it his entire life. There were others, after him. The earth paid them no heed; after all, they were only human, fated to liveContinue reading “Reservoir”