The Drama Behind Life – Sparties Shorties 4SQUARE
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The Drama Behind Life – Sparties Shorties 4SQUARE

[By Bryan Lee Ming Jun] Every year, Taylor’s Society of Performing Arts brings back their signature event – Sparties Shorties 4SQUARE! From 12th to 15th of October, SPARTans performed to give us the best theatrical experience possible. Through the unique Sparties Shorties tradition, each individual play has their own venue to invoke different tones and … Continue reading

How the TPPA Will Affect The Nation And Everyday Malaysians.
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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, … Continue reading

TU in Glasgow: 33Sixty Conference
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TU in Glasgow: 33Sixty Conference

[By Jayshree Low] The prestigious 33Sixty leadership conference is organised annually by non-profitable, United Kingdom based organisation, Common Purpose. It is usually held in the most beautiful and culturally rich cities in the world, and on April 2016, it was held in Glasgow, Scotland’s City of Culture. This year, two beautiful and ambitious young ladies, … Continue reading

Lakeside Bazaar
Events

Lakeside Bazaar

[By Samanza Kishwar Parvez] Colours burst as we stepped into the exciting Lakeside Bazaar at our very own Taylor’s University! The two-day event, which took place on the 11th and 12th of April, had many clubs of the university setting up some very entertaining stalls. The bazaar was a good place to unwind after class … Continue reading

Disabled VS Specially Abled
The Lifestyle Corner / The Listening Party

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 … Continue reading