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USM may act against two undergrads in Parliament House protest

1 September 2015

GEORGE TOWN: Two of the 13 undergraduates in last week’s sit-in protest near Parliament House, who are from Universiti Sains Malaysia, face the possibility of disciplinary action.

Mighty show: Teachers Joanna Magdalin Joseph (right) and Chin Sik Sean (standing left) with the winning teams from SMK Sultan Badlishah in a jubilant mood at the state-level RHB-The Star Mighty Minds challenge 2015 in Kedah.

One school, three winning teams

31 August 2015

ALOR SETAR: SMK Sultan Badlishah stole the show at the state-level RHB-The Star Mighty Minds challenge 2015 when the school topped both the lower and upper secondary categories.

Good job: Idris (second from right) chatting with Outstanding Student Award recipients Muhammad Hilmi (left) and Mohd Shafie Mohd Sharif (right) after the convocation ceremony. With them are Amir (second from left, partially hidden) and Lin.

Steep income rise for skills grads possible

30 August 2015

TECHNICAL and vocational education and training (TVET) graduates earning about RM2,500 a month can expect a monthly salary of more than RM4,000. This is after working for just a few years.

Together, we can: Choral speakers of SMK Bandar Tun Hussein Onn 2, Selangor, strike a pose with their teachers after they were announced national champs.

English carnival, a runaway success

30 August 2015

A national event to boost the global language saw the participation of students from various states pitting their skills in public speaking, storytelling and more.

1 Class activity: The students having fun during an NiE project as Rahim (in suit) looks on with Star Media Group (formerly known as Star Publications (M) Bhd) audience management senior executive Rofitmiah Abd Karim (centre). 2 Token of appreciation: Dr Siraj holds up a poster made by students of Kolej Vokasional Sungai Buloh.

Holiday idea to ignite language interest

30 August 2015

English lessons are so much more fun these days at a vocational college, thanks to sponsored NiE pullouts.

It’s in the power: (from left) Hadi, Sharvin and Abbass play the ‘Pick a Moon Rock’ game with other participants.

Team Highlander moves up

30 August 2015

IT is easy to spot Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects being applied in our daily lives. They are present in our machines and appliances that we use every day in our lives.

Finding out: Sunway University students checking out the booth on the perils of distracted driving during the campaign.

Keeping their heads up

30 August 2015

YOU can safely glance away from the road for two seconds while you’re driving. But, the average time it takes to send a text is five seconds.

See the world: Bishop says the New Colombo Plan is to ensure that young Australian students have the opportunity to live, study and gain work experience in the Indian Ocean and Asia Pacific region.

Options aplenty for Aussies

30 August 2015

THE original Colombo Plan saw over 40,000 students from various Commonwealth countries travel to the Land Down Under to gain an education.

All dressed up: Sekolah Sri UCSI school schoolgirls looking resplendant in traditional costumes.

A voice for unity

30 August 2015

THE spirit of solidarity was in the air that morning. Regardless of their own heritage, students of SMK Damansara Utama (SMKDU) donned Malaysian traditional attire of all sorts.

The beat goes on: SMK Damansara Utama students played traditional music to entertain the crowd.

History takes centrestage

30 August 2015

IT is the year 1958. The country has just achieved independence from the colonialists a year ago.

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