OSG Monthly Republic Polytechnic
• Office of Student and Graduate Affairs • Sep 2015 •
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Diving Into The Unfamiliar
Republic Polytechnic’s Touch Football team took a short break from the tough training regime for the upcoming POL-ITE Games and Winter Touch League, and participated in Beach Touch Football.
RP Wushu IG clinched medals in the National Wushu & Sanda Championships 2015
Republic Polytechnic Wushu IG participated in the recent National Wushu & Sanda Championships 2015 (from 13 - 16 August) at the Woodlands Sports Hall.
Glitz 2015 A Glamorous Red Carpet Event
On the 24th of July, the evening was abuzz with joyous laughter at The Republic Cultural Centre’s (TRCC) theatre where throngs of athletes gathered together, all suited up with grinning wide smiles for the glamorous Glitz Night 2015!
Needy Student Fund: Beneficiaries expressing their appreciation…
The Needy Student Fund is initiated to help students from low-income families tide over their financial difficulties or unprecedented crisis due to various reasons (i.e. loss of main breadwinner in the family, hospitalisation…etc.).
IGNITE! Music Festival 2015: Chillin’ for Reel
Set in Republic Polytechnic’s very own café ‘The Reel Room’, the cosy and laid back feel of the place made it the perfect location to enjoy an afternoon of good food and most importantly, musical acts by ANISE and Christiane Mikaela.
IGNITE! Music Festival: Back and better than ever!
The annual music festival up in the north was back with a bang - and yes, it was held right here in Republic Polytechnic!
Celebrating our nation’s 50th birthday together as one RP
National Day Observance Ceremony (NDOC) first started in 2008 and this is the 5th year that RP Student Council has planned and executed the event. NDOC serves to celebrate our nation’s pride.
Reflections Community Arts Festival Exhibits and Celebrates Student Artists
Reflections 2015 is Republic Polytechnic’s annual Community Arts Festival. In its 9th year, the three-week long festival takes on the theme ‘Our Stories’ where it hopes to narrate the past, present and future through the eyes of the artistes.
RP Wind Symphony organisers the Woodlands Young Conductors’ Workshop
Held annually, the Woodlands Young Conductors’ Workshop (WYCW) aims to expose participants to the various ways of conducting from the chosen repertoire, sharing ideas of music-making and podium leadership.