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 storytelling from a recent workshop with the Raffles Photography and Art Club. We also share what we are looking forward to engage in over the year end holidays.
See you in the new year!
The COVID Journey : Changes in RI and beyond
The end of 2021 has arrived and everyone seems relieved for it. 2021 has been a hectic and busy year, full of changes and surprises. While we are gearing up for the year to come,… Continue reading The COVID Journey : Changes in RI and beyond
What Year 3 has taught me
Ah, ‘tis the end of the last subject reflect and review again; the time when the school collectively lets out a sigh of relief as it wraps up a hectic school year. As we look… Continue reading What Year 3 has taught me
FEATURE : The Year in Pictures
RPUBs (as we’re affectionately known) collaborated with RPAC (Raffles Photography and Art Club) this November on a series of photo journalism workshops. We wanted to investigate how images and words could work together to tell powerful stories. Here are some of the photo essays:
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.