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To Read Between the Lines of Reality

[By Adam Effendi bin Ashaari] This article in collaboration with Taylor’s University Student Council. In Canadian Pre-University, I had a lecturer who opened my eyes to the beauty of physics. His name is Fernando Morales and he taught me physics and calculus. Born in Toronto, Canada, and of Spanish descent, he came to Malaysia to […]

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13 Reasons Why You Should Watch Thirteen Reasons Why

[By Asha Rose Byfield] If you haven’t yet heard of it or binge-watched it like some of us, Thirteen Reasons Why is a TV show adaptation of Jay Asher’s heart-wrenching book of the same title. It takes you through thirteen tapes pre-recorded by the late Hannah Baker on the thirteen people who she blames for […]

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How the TPPA Will Affect The Nation And Everyday Malaysians.

[By Elise Chen] In October 2015, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) was finalised in Atlanta, Georgia, after lengthy discussions of over 5 years. For those unfamiliar with the TPPA, the free trade agreement is the biggest trade deal in U.S. history, involving 12 countries: the United States of America, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, […]

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The Forgotten Citizens

[By Derek Tan Khai Ee] The lack of empathy shown towards migrants these days have been nothing short of disheartening, if not appalling. After all, upon more contemplation, what are the factors that truly discerns migrants from most ordinary citizens? A permanent residence card. Weighing no more than 20 grams and not longer than 13 cm […]

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#EveryoneHasHope

[By Kyle Iman] Beneath the shadow of the gleaming Petronas Twin Towers, a b-boy dance competition takes place. Hundreds of youngsters have come together to a popular nightclub, today being rented out for one purpose: to express themselves through physics-defying feats of  dexterity, agility, and flexibility. There is barely any room to maneuver save for […]

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How the Internet is Changing the Job Market

[By Tan Tee May] With the advancement of online technology, job opportunities are no longer limited to office jobs, retail, freelancing or even conventional businesses. In the social media age, various aspects of life have evolved to a whole new level, and this is particularly true in regards to new and not-previously-available job opportunities that […]

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New Year, New Me

by Esabel Roncon What makes this year even more special? Why should it be this particular year where we stick to our resolutions and have our hopes soaring the skies? Why is this the year where we say the sky is not the limit? Simple – it’s the year 2020. The start of a fresh […]

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Where is Everybody ?

By Kok Seow Li The first ever image of a black hole came out in April 2019 and the Internet went insane. Voyager 2 left our heliosphere in December 2017, becoming the second object to ever do so, after its twin, Voyager 1. These are all significant milestones in our history of space exploration and […]

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Un-merry Presents of Merry Christmas

By Fiona Kiung

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Capitalist Christmas

By Sydney Gan