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Boys attend training by Bayern Munich

THE Allianz Junior Football Camp (AJFC) was held in Munich, Germany from Aug 27 to 31.

Memorable lessons in turtle conservation

FIFTY eight Cadet Girl Guides and 13 Guiders from six Institute of Teacher Education campuses visited the Ma’Daerah Turtle Sanctuary in Kemaman, Terengganu to learn about the protection and conservation of sea turtles.

The cadet girl guides forming the shape of turtles with the palms of their hands.

Celebrating 30 years of charity

Welfare society marks anniversary by including The Star’s education pullout sponsorship as one of its humanitarian endeavours

Stephanie (far right) presenting the mock cheque to Yap (far left). With them are (from left) Loo, Dr Eng, and Leong Hoo.

Young scribes in training

The Star’s chief reporter Christina Chin offers news writing tips and a rare glimpse into the behind-the-scenes struggles and triumphs of a journalist.

Still smiling after surviving the Zombie Outbreak are Chin (second from right, standing) and the BRATs participants.

Seven recipients of OSK scholarships

OSK Foundation awarded scholarships to seven deserving students from Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) this year.

Leong Huat (third from left, back row) with TAR UC representatives and the scholarship recipients at the presentation ceremony.

Staff get chance to study in Cambridge

SUNWAY University, through the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation (JCF), and the University of Cambridge have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) allowing for two exceptional staff per year from Sunway University to study at the University of Cambridge for four weeks, in perpetuity.

Cheah (right) and Fersht exchanging the MoA documents for the Scholars-in-Residence programme.

Contest organised to look for top digital talents

CIMB Group Holdings Berhad has launched the CIMB 3D Conquest, a competition that aims to identify and attract Asean’s top creative, young digital talent with an agile and entrepreneurial mindset.

Campus goes paperless as it takes election campaign online

MULTIMEDIA University (MMU) made history when it organised a paperless Student Representative Council (SRC) Election 2018 via digital, multimedia and online platforms.

Dr Abdullah Sallehhuddin monitoring a student during the digital voting process.

Let the rhythm move you

It’s time to step up efforts to introduce dance education as a subject in the national school curriculum.

Dr Zimmerly conducting a lecture-demonstration on Mapping Movement. — Nusantara Performing Arts Research Center

Rewards of studying abroad

ADMIRING the mechanics of the Tower Bridge in London, visiting the Titanic Museum in Belfast, looking out for the Loch Ness monster in the Scottish Highlands and visiting the town with the longest name in Wales are probably some of the most exciting things an international student will experience while studying in the UK.

You will learn about different cultures, make new friends and gain new experiences when you study in the UK.

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