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Staying sane on campus with coffee and toilet graffiti

Getting a university education is more than just learning from books and attending lectures, discovers LEE JIA YI, who is now an avid debater and chronic scribbler on, of all things, toilet walls!

Business

O & M grabs its fourth Golden Kancil award

Ogilvy Mather (M) Sdn Bhd (O M) has won the advertising industry's most-coveted award, the Golden Kancil, for its point-of-sale work for Post Cereals.

Lifestyle

Looking for The One

The throbbing sounds of trip-hop music set the tone for a fun-filled afternoon at the Student Centre of Inti College, Nilai. What was usually a quiet mid-week afternoon in college suddenly became a hive of activity as hordes of students made their way to the foyer to watch the preliminary round of the 'FN Sarsiology - R U the 1' search contest.

Education

And why the trophies went to...

How the judges cast their votes.

Business

A new shopping landmark in KL

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah. This week he writes that every country has a list of 'must see' places. In Japan, it's Mount Fuji while in China, it's the Great Wall. Malaysia's latest landmark is the 7.5 million sq ft Berjaya Times Square.

Nation

Drop ‘prison cell’ look, school told

The district education office has ordered SM Tengku Idris Shah in Kapar, which has installed grilles in some classrooms, to keep the entrances to the classrooms open during lessons to avoid creating a 'prison cell' environment.

Lifestyle

Bountiful Baling

Think Baling, think communist insurgency, black areas and the 1955 peace talks. LEE SIEW PENG sidesteps modern history and discovers a lovely limestone hill, fabulous flora and mesmerising myths.

Nation

Where classrooms resemble prison cells

Sections of a secondary school in Kapar here have taken on the air of 'prison cells' with metal grilles installed on the doors and windows of some classrooms.

Lifestyle

Everyone has a place

KEVIN Leong is a tall, handsome 17-year-old boy with three sisters. What makes Kevin different is his autism #8211; a brain disorder that affects his communication skills and social interaction.

Lifestyle

Wale's street style

Many a time you do not have to be one of the best students to come up far in life. In fact, this British designer had to convince his parents he was not cut out to be a lawyer or doctor. MICHELE LIAN has the story.