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The worth of waiting

We all know that waiting is inevitable - but let’s make the most of it
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Woes of the middle class

Rising healthcare costs and a lack of subsidies mean middle-income families may be struggling too
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We are not saviours

While the purpose of overseas volunteer work is to provide meaningful support, we should also be keen to learn new perspectives as we embark
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Fandom, family

Being part of a fan group may be as important to an individual as an actual family is
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Witch-hunting in the digital age

Instead of persecuting wrongdoers online, let us fuel the internet with compassion and empathy
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Tackling class divide in university

By Shabana Begum My secondary school classmates had received their booklists for the following academic year when my teacher beckoned me ove
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Questioning the binary: An open letter to straight people

By Xener Gill Dear straight people: I see your eyes fixated on the hand I am holding and the person by my side. I see them widen when you re
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Put your phone down

Over-using social media and focusing too much on the “perfect” vacation photo affects your travel experience and memories.
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Appreciating our unsung heroes

By Wee Rae A few years ago, my grandfather worked as a cleaner in a secondary school. He carried a “wet floor” sign, a mop and a pail, up an
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Nothing but the breast intentions

Photos and writing by Dayna Yin I never thought that breastfeeding would become such a big part of my life. Before you think congratulations
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The survival of words in our online jungle

By Alicia Teng “Can you cut down on the text by half? People won’t read it.” That was the first comment I received from my editor on a trave
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No need to speed into adulthood

By Ginnette Ng How do people around the world celebrate their children’s passage into adulthood? For the Jewish, boys celebrate Bar Mitzvah
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Sorry to burst your bubble

By Ginnette Ng People were screaming and running in all directions, ducking behind cars as the sound of gunfire reverberated halfway through
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Leaving the age of phone calls

By Natalie Choy A few weeks ago, I caught up with a close friend over the phone — a communication medium that I have not been using since my
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The haunting effects of ghosting

By Syed Muhammad Faris You pick up your phone and open Tinder. You are greeted by a stranger’s profile. She barely piques your interest. You