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Taksu – An Evening of Balinese Dance

Taksu – An Evening of Balinese Dance

Finals have never been so fun. Professor Irving Johnson’s module on Balinese dance establishes new traditions in face of fiscal restrictions. Since the inception of the module SE2224: Unmasked! An Introduction to Traditional Dance in Southeast Asia, I have attended previous sessions of their end-of-year performance. As such, I have observed the evolution of the...

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Going, Going, Gone? The Decline of Pokémon Go

Going, Going, Gone? The Decline of Pokémon Go

The rise and (relative) fall of the most popular game of 2016 I wanna be the very best, at Pokémon Go… Before going out: check handphone. Riding bus: check phone. Getting on bus: phone is on, and on its surface, A wild Pikachu appears! Gotta catch ‘em all!  res.cloudinary.com These are the daily habits of...

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Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice – Review

Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice – Review

The Court of The NUSSU Ridge will be hearing the case of BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE, beginning in the 25th of March of the year 2016. The events are thus: eighteen months following the events of MAN OF STEEL (2013), the world wrestles with what kind of a hero it really needs. Fearing...

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Recipe: Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies for Santa

Recipe: Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies for Santa

‘Tis the season for gift-giving, Christmas parties and festive treats! And what better way to celebrate the Yuletide by baking the perfect bite-sized, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate chip cookies for your loved ones – and Santa, of course? Our writer Regina shares her go-to recipe for freshly baked, delicious Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies! Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies Makes 160 cookies...

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Singapore Writers Festival – Vernetta Lopez for The Ridge

Singapore Writers Festival – Vernetta Lopez for The Ridge

With the 2013 Singapore Writers’ Festival wrapped up, we saw local luminaries like Colin Goh, Edmund Wee, and Jeffrey Tan, amongst literary giants like Catherine Breillat and Carol Ann Duffy. Regina Koh interviews Vernetta Lopez on the writing experience.   Lopez was certainly vivacious and friendly. Despite having almost no physical contact save via email,...

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[Book Review] The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

[Book Review] The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

Like Pixar movies, Gaiman’s tales tend to de-construct genres no matter which genre the story happens to be in. Like Pixar movies, Gaiman’s books also tend to sell well. That’s not to say that Gaiman is mainstream; Gaiman’s career was more or less built on twisting stories of all kinds. Likewise, this story follows the...