A Dog’s Dilemma

Comic by: Lucinda Anderson

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Film Review – Hindi Movie “Raees”

Written by: Sayma Ahmed Extravagant and eventful, this vividly gripping crime thriller impressively captures the plot twists, business theories and police reality of the dry state of Gujarat, India in the 1990s. Even moving my finger during the movie was out of question, for I was on the edge of my seat the whole time.... Continue Reading →

Grade 11 English Food Vlogs

Videos by: Yuki Hanabusa, Kunwoo Kim, Yang Chen, Siwei Liang, Ryuma Sasaki, Sue Yoo, Minkyu Kim Earlier this semester, the Grade 11 English B students took a trip to the Alexandra Village Food Centre, where they got into teams of 2 or 3 to create vlogs about the food there. The main aim of the... Continue Reading →

Frisbee

Written by: Jose Gabriel Macion It’s a season, which means new sports opportunities for the students of ISS. This season offers Frisbee and Badminton. The sport season for Frisbee this year is a short one. It consists of 7 weeks with at least one game per week. The team hasn’t had the best start so... Continue Reading →

Fun at the Fair

Article by: Khin KoKo Hsu Hello, body every! Oops, everybody! How are you all? It’s been a while since we released our latest edition and I’m very glad to know that our readers enjoyed the articles we have been releasing. Let’s talk about the Fun Fair we had on February 25th. The day started off as... Continue Reading →

Football Fridays

Written by: Jose Gabriel Macion In a student’s life, there must always be balance. A balance between academics, sports, creativity and other extracurricular activities. If a student is covered in academic tasks all the time, then that student may fail to use the other areas that he/she may accel at. Additionally, a balance provides stability... Continue Reading →

Grade 12 Extended Essay Exhibition

Article by: June Park Photo credits: Luanne Tan Extended Essay is an independent, self-directed piece of research, finishing with a 4,000-word paper. (International Baccalaureate®) Extended essay gives an opportunity for students to investigate a topic of special interest to them, which is also related to one of the student’s six DP subjects. As it is... Continue Reading →

Botanic Gardens

Author: Khin KoKo Hsu When you hear the word Singapore, what do you think of? A well-developed city covered with trees? Well, that’s actually true because Singapore really is a nature-loving city. You can see trees and buildings everywhere! For this article, I want to talk about the Botanic Gardens. So here is a little... Continue Reading →

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