“I WISH to see a developed Malaysia.”
WHEN I first submitted my application for the BRATs young journalist camp, I imagined journalism to be simplistic and straightforward – interviewing people and replicating the information offered in the form of an article.
THE phrase “faith in humanity has been restored” is one people often use after witnessing a moving act of kindness that tugs on their heartstrings.
ARMED with at least 30 years of experience in advertising, Alvin Teoh uses it as a platform to spread social awareness on various issues.
TAYLOR’S College recently celebrated the outstanding academic achievements of students from its Cambridge A Levels programme.
It was no easy feat, but the top five finalists who shot the most captivating photos in the The Star’s NiE photojournalism contest, were rewarded for their perseverance and effort.
UNIVERSITI Tenaga Nasional (Uniten) is gearing up to turn its Putrajaya campus into a smart “city” in an effort to create a “smart society”.
A ‘one-stop app’ for students to search, and apply, for courses within minutes, will be launched soon.
With the start of the new school year and the emphasis on academic success, stress levels and suicides are high among young people in the Land of the Rising Sun, during this period.
I READ with much sadness the recent reports of fire at the Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah tahfiz in Kampung Datuk Keramat, Kuala Lumpur, where 21 students and two teachers perished.