Some senior students get an hour when they're not in a lesson every day. So we played 'what if' and asked what you would do with that golden time. Here are some of the top replies …
Not that you'd recall, but I distinctly remember swearing up and down that I'd go to a football game during my freshman year.
April Xu Xiaoyi discovers freedom in abundance in her first year in university, and also that it comes with many different price tags
Hate it when you can't talk back? Well, you can withYoung Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong.
I have become a technology junkie. This might come as a surprise, given my long-standing passion for literature and politics. But let me be clear: my new-found interest has not, and will not, displace my love for the humanities. I am simply extending my enthusiasm to a hugely important field in our...
Hate it when you can't talk back? Well, you can with Young Post. Have your say and share with students around Hong Kong
In an age when the internet is bombarding us with more information than ever before, it is very easy to conform to the mainstream views and lose one's individuality if we aren't careful.
Students are at school for at least seven hours a day. What are some facilities they'd like to enjoy at school? Here are some ideas.
For this week's Talking Points, we find out the pros and cons of eating lunch at school.
One of the subjects I am studying in my English literature course this semester is called "Virginia Woolf and the Politics of Reading" - my first module is wholly focused on one writer's work.