We think we know how to use an iPad, but have we made the most of it? Our iPads are incredibly useful assets. We have a variety of apps, we can surf the Internet (albeit with restrictions), and we can refer to all our notes and worksheets easily within OneNote. But buried within iPadOS are numerous settings and features that you probably didn’t know about. After some thought and research, I have compiled some of these settings and features and have sorted them into 5 categories. I hope you find them useful. 1. Apple Pencil The versatile stylus that we…Keep reading
With our hectic schedules packed with academic and extracurricular commitments of all sorts, it is no surprise that every RI student looks forward to the break and dismissal times in hope of refilling themselves with a hearty meal or grabbing a quick bite before hustling on with their busy lives. Year 1s in particular, being […]
Just weeks after we bid farewell to 2021 through “In Retrospection”, we welcome a brand new year with new hopes, desires and expectations. To help you start the year right, our writers discuss self-development topics that might work their way into your New Year’s resolutions. We also provide coverage of various aspects of Rafflesian school […]
We end the year with a look back at the storm of changes that was 2021. Re-learning how work, school and life could be different made our senses keener and our hearts more appreciative of the things we already have. In this second online issue of The Eagle Eye, we present our take on visual […]
Known for the iconic Rafflesian Times, we are a student-based, student-led and (mostly) student-run club of students with a passion for writing and its different forms, ranging from events reporting and commentaries to reviews and exclusive interviews. Through professional training and on-the-ground reportage assignments, we empower our members to unleash their inner writers and put their skills to test in exploring diverse issues relevant to the student and staff population.
Join us as we delve into hot-button issues from a uniquely Rafflesian perspective.