When Phoebe Bridgers sang "Romanticise a quiet life...," we're pretty sure she was inspired by how Jemima perceived Michigan with her rose-tinted (and almost cinematic) glasses.
With Eid Al-Fitr quickly approaching, Rifqi reminisces on his days as a Muslim in Europe.
Here's to Adika, here's to asking for something that you truly want, here's to taking in new experiences and knowledge abroad, and here's to seizing all the opportunities thrown in our way.
Noisy neighbours in the middle of the night-- who knew it would lead Aysha to some philosophical revelations that she holds on to dearly until now?
We give you: IISMA Editorial's first romantic story
Watch Mike lost himself in the piles of red carpets, light effects, and costumes - as if life is a movie.
This is Stella's rant piece about all the fake Taiwanese fried chicken that we are all accustomed to here in Indonesia.
Here's a tale from Yonathan. As most of our lives start to revolve around urban concrete jungle, we tend to forget the cruciality of being in nature. The benefits of urban green spaces are plenty and we should utilize them more, yet, most people, mostly lower-income, still struggle to properly access them. How can we ensure equitable access to urban green spaces?
Meet Agil, a peculiar doctor-to-be from Indonesia that enrolled in NTUST's Management program. Read along to know his motives!
Join Nuri as she seeks out a spark of her home in the faraway land of Singapore—in the form of gamelan.