Influencers and the Influenced: A Deep Dive into Enacting Change on Social Media

Should influencers use their platform to speak up on social issues? Our writer Audrey weighs in on both sides of the debate.

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“Tenet” Spoiler Review: a breakdown of Nolan’s time-twister thriller

Christopher Nolan’s latest blockbuster is fresh, captivating and cerebral but it will leave you with more questions than answers.

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6 Things To Do In March: Recess Week Edition

While recess week is a time for you to catch up on studies, don’t forget to take a break and recharge yourself. From book festivals and triathlons, to cherry blossom displays and ballet performances, you’ll find yourself renewed with energy to tackle the second half of the semester.

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5 Valentine’s Day Dates To Avoid

Being single on Valentine’s Day can be rough – but nothing beats having a bad date on Valentine’s Day, one that is a total disaster. In these situations, you mustn’t panic, or get disheartened. If anything, look at it as a hilarious memory, a story you can narrate for years to come.

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Surviving Valentine’s Day When You’re Single AF

Written by Shermaine Lim Welcome to the second part of U-Insight’s Valentine’s Day trilogy, where our writers give (hopefully helpful) tips on how to survive this yearly affair catered for the couples, the broken-hearteds and the singles When the poet Carol Ann Duffy takes to the subject of love, the heart becomes an onion. As a…

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4 Quirky Valentine’s Day Date Ideas To Impress Your S.O

We know planning the perfect Valentine’s day date can be stressful – so we’ve specially curated four unique date ideas!

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6 Things To Do This Month: February

A tour by reality TV competition Rupaul’s Drag Race, an airshow, as well as Chinese New Year celebrations – with such a mix of exciting events, there’ll be something for everyone to do this February!

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6 Things To Do This Month: January 2020

From art festivals to pancake nights and parades, January has a lot of events lined up for the new you.

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#JordanReviews: The Rise Of Skywalker – The Fall Of A Legendary Saga In Sci-Fi

The ninth and last instalment in the beloved Star Wars series was a shocking disappointment with sloppy character development, glaring plot holes and a cringe worthy storyline that has less depths than Frozen II.

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