I believe that being who you are is the way to live life. To begin with, if you are different person whenever you are with different group of people nobody will know who you really are. Its not bad being yourself, you don’t have to change who you are to fit yourself in society. Even if people don’t like the way you are or your personality then they are not the people who you should be socializing with but if your attitude is really bad and people come up to you and point them out then maybe you should reconsider.
Some how over the rainbow there will be people who can accept you for who you are but it all depends on how good or bad the situation is. This is why I say that being yourself is the best. However, do not run away from your problems putting on a happy mask when you are sad or depressed is just you trying to avoid things and may make things worst, it may be good but sometimes there are people who would want to help you out. So all I just want to say is believe in yourself and enjoy life because life is like a roller coaster with all its ups and downs so live every second of it. Before I sign off, I’m Alyssa Sta Maria the new Division Head of Student Ink INTI. What is there to know about me? First I like being who I am also I’m an approachable person even if I may not look like it. Hanging out, listening to music especially my favorite genre Korean pop, dancing and lastly writing is what I do most of my free time. One more thing, I also would want you all to anticipate the new batch of creative and amazing writers for student ink which will be working along with me and soon to be revealed.
In addition, I would like to introduce to you all the new committee members of the Mass Communication Society 2017/2018. I anticipate that this new batch of committee members will be able to make this club an exciting club yet a club that makes people wonder what’s coming up for them. The committee members are people who are wonderful, easy to work with and are like a family. Therefore, this also leads us committee members to make Mass Communication Society(MCS) not only a club where students can commit themselves just for co- curricular points and to fill in free time but to make this society into a family like club that once you are a MCS member, you’ll always be a MCS member. Last but not the least, I would like to thank all the past ex committee members who kept MCS going till today. If I had not found out about this club my college life wouldn’t be as fun and crazy as it is now.
That is all, I hope you enjoyed reading this and there will be more to come.
Ever experienced an awkward encounter at a wedding where you were forced into a conversation with a weird relative or with an aunt you didn’t even know you were related to?
When the sense of awkwardness heightens, you don’t know anyone there and everyone simultaneously gets on their phones just to steer away from it all? No bulletproof plan can save you from the horror that awaits.
I’m not one to judge, I myself, have been part of countless awkward interactions but at some point, you have no choice but to push through it. When you go to a wedding, you’ll meet some interesting people.
Like the aunties and uncles who have no boundaries whatsoever and will bombard you with questions about anything and everything that goes on in your life such as “Boy you got girlfriend ah?” or “What’s your SPM results?”, even if you have already told them before that you graduated 2 years ago.
These are the terms used nowadays to refer or explain interracial. To be specific, interracial is a combination of two or more races.
As an interracial myself—Malay mixed with Indian, by the way—I know that navigating through life can be confusing. Life is already difficult on its own, without outside factors contributing in, such as racism. Living as an interracial can also get tiring when these curious non-interracial tend to ask you the same question every single time.
To the non-interracial, I know that meeting an interracial for the first time can be quite an experience and you’d have lots of questions running through your head as your curiosity gets the best of you. It’s totally okay, trust me. And it’s not your fault that you have all these questions. We understand that your questions don’t come from hatred but rather lack of understanding.
But, sometimes, we interracial just get tired of listening to the same question every single time and having to explain it repeatedly.
Take a read at the curiosities that we interracial usually get asked with and hopefully some of them can answer yours.
I am sure you all have heard about the TV show ‘13 Reasons Why’, a story that revolves around a girl whom committed suicide. Being bullied was one of the many reasons why she did it.
So, I asked myself, how far can someone go to the point where the victim takes their own life?
“Would everyone’s lives be better off without me?” A question you don’t normally hear first-hand. Sometimes we don’t see it coming like it’s completely out of the norm to hear such things happen. We say things like “Why would they do that to themselves?” or “Don’t they love themselves and the people around them enough?”
Friendship plays a huge part in our lives, isn’t it? How huge could it get?
Every single human being needs at least one friend by their side; Nowadays’ generation has become broader that everyone has friends even from overseas. Technology has taken over everything now that we can’t even go a day without talking to at least one person.
Precisely, the actual meaning of friendship is a state of mutual trust and support between allied nations or simply the relationship between friends is called friendship but let’s be practical guys.
What is true friendship anyway? Having someone you’ll greet everyday forcefully, could that be considered as a friendship? NOPE! True friendship has a deep meaning.
Let’s all get sink deeper into this topic since it might be harrowing yet not forgetting that it might as well reveal out the tremendous sides of friendship.
A true friendship is when someone knows you better than yourself and grabs a vital spot in your heart. You clearly wouldn’t doubt yourself when it comes to sharing your personal issues with them, or expecting them to keep something to themselves about you.
How many times have you ever had to starve yourself because your bank account balance shows ‘RM3.15’? How many times have you ever had to resort to Maggi cup because of the same reason? How many times have you responded with, “Never mind lah, I’m not hungry” when your friends invited you for lunch?
If your answer is that this has happened more than once, then you should probably give this a read.
Independence is one of the key terms related when you think of college. It is also synonymous with young adults holding a bigger responsibility when it comes to managing your own money—now that mum and dad’s wallet are out of reach.
As a student, your focus is to study and live while you’re young, but if you fail to give enough attention to how you spend your money, you might be facing more difficulties than just worrying about the pile of assignments that just keeps adding on.
Whether it be you never paid that much attention to your monthly grocery expenditure or how much those Starbucks coffee runs cost you, you know you need help with managing money.
By establishing a good finance habit and keeping a finance checklist, you could teach yourself on how to save money because a little planning goes a long way.
If I still haven’t bore you to death, continue reading if you’re interested to know the tips on how to save and manage money as a college student.
Social media, hmmm, what pops up in your mind when you hear the word ‘social media’? Nobody could ever deny the fact that words such as likes, comments, views, pictures, videos, stories, messages and so on are what actually pop up in our heads when we think about social media. Talking about it, what IS social media anyway?
Social media is a platform for websites and applications which are forms of electronic communication that enable users to create and share contents such as information, ideas, personal messages, videos and many other content to participate in social networking.
However, now that we know the actual meaning of social media, there are tons of users who still tend to misuse this wide capacity of social interaction. At times, it saddens to realize the fact that not everybody is faithful nor is aware of the consequences that may be faced but what can be done to improve this case?
If you’re reading this, go ahead and settle in because I’m about to point out my factual thoughts on so called perfect lives on social media.