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Universiti Malaya’s “feminism festival” sparks conversation on campus.
Patriotism comes in different forms and the NiE contest this year is for students to share their thoughts on being Malaysian through creative posters.
THE shy and quiet demeanour masks their talents, but two teenagers have captured the essence of living in a Malaysian neighbourhood through art.
A LANGUAGE game to teach visually-impaired students using recycled items, designed by a team of Malaysian students, was a big hit at the I+Aceh International Art – Creativity and Engineering exhibition in Indonesia.
WITH a presence across three continents – Asia, Africa and Europe – and now engaging with a fourth, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology will further strengthen its position as a global campus with an educational partnership with Latin American embassies to Malaysia.
MORE than 30 visitors to Dinoscovery by Dinosaurs Live! were treated to a special session titled “Meet the Dinosaur Huntress!” with Teng Yu He of Universiti Malaya’s paleontology team during the recent school holidays.
SEGi College Penang has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with ESHIA & Associates to offer an English proficiency assessment for its students at a lower rate.
THE annual University of Kent Malaysia alumni dinner was more special this year as it coincided with the university’s 50th anniversary.
PETALING JAYA: Service providers are heeding the Government’s call to lower prices for broadband packages so that more Malaysians can get connected.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Star has won a place in the annual Khazanah-Wolfson Press Fellowship programme for the third year in a row.
YONG PENG: Students in Chinese vernacular schools must be continuously exposed to the usage of Bahasa Malaysia so that they will not face a shock when they move onto the secondary level at national schools.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Education Ministry will “see what they can do” for the Malaysian students who have been evacuated from Yemen.
SIBU: University College of Technology of Sarawak (UCTS) has achieved another milestone with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Methodist Pilley Institute (MPI).
PETALING JAYA: China’s recognition of a pass in the Chinese language at the SPM level has given the paper a much-needed boost, according to educators and experts.
JOHOR BARU: It was precise calculation combined with beginner’s luck that got a team of students from Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Shah Alam to emerge champions at a bridge model making competition here.
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