Issue Theme . Love . “Love makes the world go around” Or so many say. But in the first place, do we actually comprehend the truth value behind the statutes love encompasses? Increasingly so in popular culture, a vast majority flippantly pin definitions to ‘love’ that cushion the harsh reality of its true nature. This […]Read more "Issue 6: Love"
Catherine Soon was one of the keynote speakers in 2019’s Homeschool convention. She shared her experiences overcoming challenges and criticisms as she homeschooled her children through PSLE. Jess Kuan: Thank you for taking the time to participate in this interview! Your topic was “PSLE before and after”. Can you tell us a little about that? […]Read more "Catherine Soon"
An interview with Dawn Fung The Homeschool Gazette is excited to announce that we will be partnering with Homeschool Singapore as the official blog of the Homeschool Convention 2020. First up, here is an interview with the organiser, Dawn Fung. Since 2017, Dawn has pulled together much of our local homeschool community to connect, refresh, […]Read more "All About the Homeschool Convention 2020"
By Alan Jambulatov For decades, the world has grown up around the seemingly innocent and joyful Disney movies, influencing society and furthering globalism. From a young age, children will spend hours fantasizing about the magical lands and environments that surround the mystical animated royalty. However, are there issues surrounding the Disney princess of one’s childhood? […]Read more "Is there Anything Wrong with Disney Movies?"
By Micah Ford The transition from Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan to Angelica, New York has been a smooth one so far. In Nur-Sultan, I was given the privilege to run track and field year-round for two years, running indoors during the winters. This was because there was no such thing as cross country in the entire city […]Read more "A Glimpse of the Ups and Downs of XC"
By Phoebe Lim Ah, the allure of a new year, a new decade. It is a time of setting objectives that might seem realistic and completely attainable now, but will eventually be chalked up to another half-hearted New Years’ resolution or joked about as another “we tried but failed,” goal amongst friends. It is the […]Read more "Little Steps"
By Alan Jambulatov Years of careless use of the planet’s resources, spending without care, has led to an environmental crisis and a dangerously polluted world left for new generations to clean up. Rising movements against plastic waste have swept through social media, yet we continuously produce tons of debris. Plastic use as a second nature […]Read more "Wasted Earth"