Category Archives: Carmen Denia

A Gift

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 On the last day of our Summer Immersion at Yale, the whole school went to the United Nations Headquarters. Secretary General of the UN Ban Ki-Moon had graciously offered to speak to the students.  He

A Gift

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 On the last day of our Summer Immersion at Yale, the whole school went to the United Nations Headquarters. Secretary General of the UN Ban Ki-Moon had graciously offered to speak to the students.  He

On STOMP

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio I was scrolling along my Facebook feed when I came across a curious post. Curious because if you know the company I keep, you’ll know that my feed is usually just filled with

On STOMP

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio I was scrolling along my Facebook feed when I came across a curious post. Curious because if you know the company I keep, you’ll know that my feed is usually just filled with

On Fish and Friends

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio Last week, my grandmother and I went over to my grandparents’ best friend’s house.  My grandparents used to live next door to Uncle Rick and Aunt Lisa, which was how they became

On Fish and Friends

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio Last week, my grandmother and I went over to my grandparents’ best friend’s house.  My grandparents used to live next door to Uncle Rick and Aunt Lisa, which was how they became

People Under the Sun

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio When I was about ten, I went for a folk dance workshop held by the Bayanihan, the national folk dance company of the Philippines. Their Sayaw Workshop is a wonderful initiative where the troupe

People Under the Sun

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio When I was about ten, I went for a folk dance workshop held by the Bayanihan, the national folk dance company of the Philippines. Their Sayaw Workshop is a wonderful initiative where the troupe

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By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio I miss Singapore. Wow, what a loaded statement.  Okay, it’s not that loaded – some might even argue it’s not loaded at all, but when I say it, there’s usually a lot of questions

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By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio I miss Singapore. Wow, what a loaded statement.  Okay, it’s not that loaded – some might even argue it’s not loaded at all, but when I say it, there’s usually a lot of questions

Experiments in Not Burning Things

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio When I was little, my mum baked in her free time and sold her cakes and cookies and brownies and pies and all sorts of wonderful goodies. She really had a flare

Experiments in Not Burning Things

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio When I was little, my mum baked in her free time and sold her cakes and cookies and brownies and pies and all sorts of wonderful goodies. She really had a flare

Do You Hear the People Sing?

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio So here’s the obligatory Les Miserables movie appreciation post (a close relation of the obligatory Les Mis Facebook status update). Don’t worry, I won’t gush about it too much. Least, I’ll try not

Do You Hear the People Sing?

By Carmen Denia, Yale-NUS ’17 – See bio So here’s the obligatory Les Miserables movie appreciation post (a close relation of the obligatory Les Mis Facebook status update). Don’t worry, I won’t gush about it too much. Least, I’ll try not