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“TWELFTH NIGHT: Romantic Love Vs. Infatuation” – By Sayma Ahmed Shanta

“TWELFTH NIGHT: Romantic Love Vs. Infatuation” – By Sayma Ahmed Shanta In Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, the theme of Romantic Love vs. Infatuation is seen in many of the initial stages, through the different characters. Orsino, the great count, is seen portraying this theme, in a major role throughout the play. The opening lines of the…

Farewell to Leaving Teachers

Apoorva Chugh captured the voices of some of our students to let us know that our leaving teachers will not be forgotten at ISS.  Apoorva says, “We just went around the school to ask everyone which teacher they would miss the most and why.  This video is just a short thank you to all the…

Poetry

A Cruel and Complex World We strive for peace By inflicting pain There’s no sense in that When it is all in vain. There are people we cannot face Fearful that they are the reason This world is a disgrace.   Always a Day Away The blue sky was not just clear of clouds, but…

“Staging The Unstageable” – By Sayma Ahmed Shanta

“Staging The Unstageable” – By Sayma Ahmed Shanta “Staging the unstageable,” putting real life experiences on stage. As the cambridge.org online dictionary defines, the medieval Latin word, Verbatim, is the use of the same words that were originally used. (Dictionary.cambridge.org, 2017) Thus when Verbatim is conjoined with theatre, it implies the re-telling of a situation….

Final Days in the MYP

Final days in the MYP Article by: Kyi Shinn Khin The 12th grade students have recently just finished their high school careers and are heading onto university, and meanwhile, the 10th grade students have just finished the MYP programs. The MYP programs starts in grade 6, and ends in grade 10; nonetheless, right after one…

New Student Council

Written By: Scott Liu The election for student council concluded on the 13th of April. Our 10 brave and outstanding candidates have shown the students their excellence skills and determinations. They are great Risk-takers and Communicators. Four of them were chosen by students to be the member of the new student council. The new student…

Teachers versus Students Badminton Game

It’s the end of the varsity season! Our badminton team won a silver medal this season- winning 4 out of 5 matches. After finishing all our matches for the season, Mr. Bushong and Mr. Whitehead thought it would be fun to have a ‘teachers versus students’ badminton game during the very last practice session. The…

Invitation to Sorting It Out: A Student Documentary about Recycling

Are you in Singapore on March 30th…. My name is Wingyan, a sophomore currently working on Sorting It Out, a Yale-NUS documentary about recycling. I am writing to invite you to the screening of our documentary. We started out the project last semester to look into the university’s recycling facilities. Then we looked into the…

Deforestation Around the World

Deforestation around the world Misusing the gift of nature By Khin KoKo Hsu Wildlife, nature, trees and plant have been a part of this planet Earth since millions of years ago. They are the lifeline and the beauty that the Earth gave us. But right now, we have been misusing that gift of nature. We…

Global Interactions and Development In Cambodia

Written by: Risa Yamazaki Cambodia, a country in Southern East Asia, is one of the developing countries, which has demonstrated progress in 2016. However, there are many issues that must be solved as soon as possible. I think Cambodia must execute more global interaction to make more advances. Global interaction gives countries many benefits, such…