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Education

So cool to be caring

NowW that everyone is knocking over themselves to come up with good community service programmes, I>Star Education/Ispoke to two high-profile non-governmental groups on possible community service that students can undertake.

Education

Sunway churns out 940 IT buffs

A total of 941 students graduated from 12 IT programmes at Sunway College's School of IT, Telecommunications and Multimedia (SITM) in a recent ceremony.

Nation

Chinatown gives RM618,000 for Utar

The Chinatown community in Petaling Street here gathered for a belated Chinese New Year celebration and pledged RM618,000 for the development fund of University Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar).

Nation

Old age not keeping Cheng away from acting for charity

Spending her twilight years in an old folks home has not turned Cheng Kuan Chin into a pessimist.

Education

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Nation

Contest to boost public speaking

Malaysian students need to improve their public speaking skills to face the challenges of the globalised world, English Speaking Union of Malaysia (ESU) chairman Tunku Dara Tunku Tan Sri Naquiah Tuanku Jaafar said yesterday.

Nation

Cancer patient's wish fulfilled

Lam Wah Ee Hospital fulfilled the dying wish of a cancer patient Thursday when it launched a fund for poor cancer patients to help ease the burden of treatment costs.

Nation

Stopping for charity during eco-drive outing

Satria GTi club members will spare a thought for charity during their four-day eco-drive excursion which began yesterday.

Education

Campus affair sparks debate

HE was the son of poor farmers from a small village in southern China, a shy computer student as thin as a stick. She was the daughter of Communist Party officials in Beijing, a bubbly law major with a rosy, round face. On a mountain campus in Chongqing, a huge city in central China, they fell in love.

Nation

Proud day for 50 boys from Henry Gurney

A total of 50 boys from the Henry Gurney School were among the 514 graduates of Kolej Yayasan Melaka at a convocation ceremony held at the college yesterday.