An Evening with Steve Vai, A Musician with Magnetism

Live concerts are all about suaveness, theatrics, and showmanship – and especially so for musicians without accompanying vocals. No, we are not talking about a symphony orchestra. We are talking about one of the rarest guitar virtuosos, the one and only Steve Vai. The Ibanez JEM is like an extension of Steve Vai’s soul and body. The sleek guitar complements his slender profile well. Every pick More...

on NUS campus

Upfront! with Zaini Mohammad Tahir, Artistic Director of NUS Dance Ensemble

Fresh from being a mentor to Norhaizad Adam for Sprouts 5th Edition competition, KRC recently caught up with Zaini to get his insights about the local dance scene as well as his work with NUS More...

Answering Questions About Singapore’s Defence And Future

Dr Ng Eng Hen, our current Minister for Defence, participated in a discussion last Friday titled “Defending What We Fought For”. The title itself conjured up images of Singapore being under More...

The Graduate Singers get into a New York State of Mind

The Graduate Singers are a semi-professional group consisting primarily of alumni from the NUS Choir, and on 3rd November 2013, 19 of them put together a showcase for their upcoming New York More...

Singapore Society

Critiquing standards

We live our entire lives by standards. Our actions, our worth, our achievements and our knowledge are all judged with reference to certain benchmarks that are previously established and certified either More...

The Train Seat Dilemma: Why Not Giving Up Your Seat Can Be A Good Thing

If you take the train regularly, you would probably remember catching sight of the posters that quote results from a survey. The general message goes something like this: 99.99999% of the people said they More...

The Relevance of Dreaming

I think some of the saddest people are those who don’t dream and those who aren’t brave enough to pursue their dreams. When you think of happiness, what comes to your mind? For me, I have always thought More...

An Evening with Steve Vai, A Musician with Magnetism

An Evening with Steve Vai, A Musician with Magnetism

Live concerts are all about suaveness, theatrics, and showmanship – and especially so for musicians without accompanying vocals. No, we are not talking about a symphony orchestra. More...

Review: Rapunzel by SRT

Review: Rapunzel by SRT

Staged by “The Little Company”, a branch of the Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) aimed at producing theatre for a younger audience, Rapunzel has a cast of 6 quirky characters – the earnest More...

Review: Singapore Rock Festival 2014

Review: Singapore Rock Festival 2014

Black attire with angsty slogans and band art – some naturally purchased from the merchandise stand – are complemented with leather jackets boasting the Harley Davidson Eagle, emblazoned More...

An Evening with Steve Vai, A Musician with Magnetism

An Evening with Steve Vai, A Musician with Magnetism

Live concerts are all about suaveness, theatrics, and showmanship – and especially so for musicians without accompanying vocals. No, we are not talking about a symphony orchestra. More...

A Buffet of Plays, Performances and Discussions Awaits!

A Buffet of Plays, Performances and Discussions Awaits!

Dear readers, Are you bored of studying? Are you tired of cramming for exams, struggling to find relevant literature to cite and forcing yourself to stay awake with cups of caffeinated More...

Review: Rapunzel by SRT

Review: Rapunzel by SRT

Staged by “The Little Company”, a branch of the Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT) aimed at producing theatre for a younger audience, Rapunzel has a cast of 6 quirky characters More...


The Minimum Wage Law

The Minimum Wage Law

It is almost fashionable today to champion the minimum wage law. In fact, opposing it would probably make you More...

Critiquing standards

We may not be conscious of it, but we are always using standards for the purpose of comparison. The standards and..

The Train Seat Dilemma: Why Not Giving Up Your Seat Can Be A Good Thing

If you take the train regularly, you would probably remember catching sight of the posters that quote results from a survey...

The Cyber Charms of Our Government Bodies

The Cyber Charms of Our Government Bodies

There are times when we sigh, trying to pick apart the convoluted writings of government bodies, to unravel More...

Critiquing standards

We may not be conscious of it, but we are always using standards for the purpose of comparison. The standards and..

The Train Seat Dilemma: Why Not Giving Up Your Seat Can Be A Good Thing

If you take the train regularly, you would probably remember catching sight of the posters that quote results from a survey...