By Kandakumar Harshitha Smruthi L and Sarah Anne Tan Sok Ngee
“Put your character somewhere and have fun.” That’s the advice that Roy Conli, producer of films such as The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Big Hero 6 had for youngsters thinking of pursuing a career in the media.
Passing the torch: School of Business Graduates leave bites of advice behind
By: Ruth Chua Ai Xin
As the last moments of their polytechnic life draws to a close, it is time for our graduands to bid farewell to Temasek Polytechnic; and start afresh in a new chapter of their life.
DBS’ Bid for Technology in Singapore’s Education
By: Natasha Loh Si’en and Nia Sarah
“We will use technology to augment the way we teach.” This was the bold assertion made by Minister for Education Mr Ong Ye Kung in his introductory speech at DBS’ Education Disrupt 2019 held at Marina Bay Financial Centre on May 16.
How News Organisations can Reinvent Themselves
By Elizabeth Victoria and Valerie Ong
Are newsrooms dying? How will news organisations survive this era of fake news? All these and more were addressed during the Publish Asia conference.
A fun day out at the Istana
By: Samuel Chin & Valerie May Students from Temasek Polytechnic’s (TP) Diploma in Business (BUS) class of TB01 had a daunting task – assisting SportCares to organise an event for 600 people at the most prestigious address in Singapore - The Istana. The event, “SportsCares Picnic @ The Istana” held on Saturday, January 19th 2019, was the first event they ever planned for, as part of their module, Corporate Event Management
CMM raises funds to show care for non-teaching staff
By: Elizabeth Victoria & Valerie Ong As part of their bi-annual community project, the Diploma in Communications & Media Management (CMM) distributed “care packages” to the non-teaching staff of Temasek Polytechnic.
The love story of two different worlds, a ghost and a zombie
By: Zelia Tay & Cheryl Chia Wan Ying When will a ghost ever fall in love with a zombie? This seemingly impossible scenario is played by 26 year old Singaporean singer Ferlyn G and 27 year old singer-songwriter Nathan Hartono, who are to officially debut as main leading roles in WaWa’s first Mandarin movie production “When Ghost Meets Zombie”, coming out on 14th February, 2019.
Stop Press is produced by the student journalists from the Diploma in Communications & Media Management from Temasek Polytechnic’s School of Business. The publication covers campus news, as well as youth-related trends and issues.