Project Scribe 2017 – Finals

Nearly two months of hardwork culminated in last Saturday, 25 March as student participants in Project Scribe 2017 presented their research findings, interview process and personal reflections. Teams came from CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School, Fuhua Secondary School, Hua Yi Secondary School, Victoria School, Westwood Secondary School and Yuan Ching Secondary School and tackled the themes of “Past and Present”, “War Experiences”, “Reminiscing the Lifestyle”, “Childhood Memories” and “Significance of Architecture/Structures”.

The teams faced a panel of judges consisted of Mr Ho Chi Tim from the NUS History Department and HISSOC President Swee Yik. After some deliberation, Westwood Secondary School came in as Grand Champion, with Team 2 from CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School taking First Runner Up and Hua Yi Secondary School taking Second Runner Up! Congratulations to all winners!

Team 1 from CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School: “Reminiscing the Lifestyle”
Team from Hua Yi Secondary School: “Childhood Memories”
Westwood Secondary School: “Childhood Memories”
Team from Fuhua Secondary School: “Reminiscing the Lifestyle”
Team 2 from Yuan Ching Secondary School: “Significance of Architecture/Structures”
Team from Victoria School: “Past & Present”
Team 1 from Yuan Ching Secondary School: “War Experiences”
Team 2 from CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School: “War Experiences”
The judges: Mr Ho Chi Tim and Swee Yik deliberating
Second Runner Up: Hua Yi Secondary School
First Runner Up: CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School Team 2
Grand Champion: Westwood Secondary School

A big thank you to all participants, mentors and sponsors for making Project Scribe 2017 possible! We hope to see you again at Project Scribe 2018!

Published by hissocnus

The National University of Singapore (NUS) History Society is a student-run organization that aims to encourage an interest for history among NUS students and members of the public. Its members include all History majors and other NUS students interested in history. Regular projects that aim to engage NUS students include writing and editorial opportunities at the Society’s publication Mnemozine, career development programmes as well as welfare activities. NUS History Society is a student society under the Office of Student Affairs, National University of Singapore.

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