Issue Theme . Home . When you think of ‘home’, what springs to mind? Warm embraces bathed in familial love, a country flag proudly flapping in the wind, or perhaps a specific dish cooked by grandma rolls the word ‘home’ onto your tongue. In this issue, we explore the different facets of belonging and what home […]Read more "Issue 4 : Home"
By Zoe Kim I’m always looking for a great recipe and I have some fantastic ones which I have found by using a tried and true method. When looking for a recipe on the Internet, most of the pictures look amazing, but when making them yourself, they do not taste or look as good as […]Read more "Finding a Good Recipe"
By Alan Jambulatov Corruption, deeply rooted in our human nature, draws all our fleeting strength to suppress. Corruption entails an insatiable want to put ourselves above others, to make others lose for our gain. Corruption allows us to loosen our morals, to hurt people, to disregard the pain of others, and worst of all, to […]Read more "Corruption"
By Alan Jambulatov Business, coursing through my veins and generations of family before me. From a young age, I knew I wanted to pursue a career entangled in the corporate world. After years of endlessly daydreaming about ways to revolutionise the world around me, building connections—something everyone told me is the heart of a company […]Read more "Embarking"
By Tiffany Chen Wow! International Relations! What a cool major! Where would you like to work after graduation? Sorry, I don’t really know much about this field, but, what jobs can you get?” After responding to the “What do you want to major in” question with International Relations, I usually get swamped by these somewhat […]Read more "In Pursuit"
By Phoebe Lim After school, youth and children meander home and, after a quick greeting to their parents, switch on their PlayStation 4 and launch into a new video game. Rather than spending their afternoons gathered outside with friends, teenagers fire up their consoles, chat over headsets, and beam over their latest victories in Overwatch. […]Read more "Level Up"
By Nehemiah Yen Living in the UK has been an eye-opening experience. It has been a huge change in environment, from the food to the scenery to the culture. Yet, one key detail remains unchanged since moving from Singapore to Leeds, and that is the cultural and ethnic diversity. This is critical to the work […]Read more "Multicultural Worship"