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SPARTIES SHORTIES 3.0

[By Amaliyna Mohd. Helmi] If you are looking for a quick fix of escapism in the midst of all the chaos that student life brings, this year’s installment of SPARTIES SHORTIES may just be the right event for you. Starting from 7 to 10 October, Taylor’s Society of Performing Arts (SPART) will be putting on […]

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Improv. Night: A Huge Success!

[By Trisha Ganan] Taylor’s Society of Performing Arts (SPART) have recently outdone themselves with the success of ‘Improv. Night’ which was held on 17 September, from 6-8 pm. The purpose of the event, according to SPART’s artistic director, Esther Chze, “was to put SPART out there”. The club has not been very active for the […]

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Disabled VS Specially Abled

[By Oswald TeeMak] In today’s materialistic society, it is unsurprising that those who suffer from disability, birth defects and mental illness are deemed unimportant or inferior by society. They either have to try fit in into a society that doesn’t care about them at all or choose to subtract themselves from the equation entirely. We […]

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Why Should YOU Attend the 2nd iLead Conference?

[By Charmaine Au] If you missed the first iLead Conference because you needed to prepare for your finals (like I did) and thought that the opportunity knocks but once, well, I come bearing good news! Hosted by Taylor’s University Life Skills Development, the iLead Conference is back with a new panel of key industry speakers […]