With Our Class NotesLed by veteran journalist Bertha Henson, otherwise known as Madam, Our Class Notes is a news website for first-time voters, by first-time voters. As part of NUS Communications and New Media department, the platform consolidates and addresses serious topics related to the impending General Election due in April 2021. Launched on Feb 11, the site has seen over 20,000 unique visitors. As a student reporter and journalist, Alvina specialises in the research of smaller opposition parties in Singapore, free speech and foreign policy.
With Our Class Notes
The Buzz over Free Speech: Kena POFMA already or not?
I’m scared of saying what I feel, and my friends feel the same way
The Buzz over Foreign Relations: A little red dot in a big, big world
Why do I need to care about what happens far away?
Gays at the gate: Present but not invited
Voting in the time of the virus: How other countries did it
Pofma — but not for WhatsApp so far
With STYLEGUIDESTYLEGUIDE is a lifestyle website that delves into the unique stories of inspirational individuals and places. Taking on the role of the site’s content strategist and writer, Alvina produced lifestyle and beauty-related article ideas that sought to entice the millennial readers. She also conducted interviews with influential local figures and entrepreneurs, as well as managed the site’s social media platforms.
Three Lessons We Learnt From Sylvia Chan, Co-Founder Of Night Owl Cinematics And Our Favourite On-Screen Ah Lian
Catching Up With Darryl, From His New Play ‘Colours’ To First Memory Of Life
Ryan Ho On The Fun Empire: Making ‘Fun’ Into A Business
Jemma Wei Talks #HustleCulture And What It Means To Be A Contemporary Millennial
Shalu Wasu on Storytel, The Netflix For E-Books and Audiobooks
Fashion Made for The People: 4 Singaporean Entrepreneurs Share Their Journey On Crafting Their Own Fashion Labels
Top 7 Korean-based Aesthetic Clinics In Singapore
A Last Minute Mother’s Day Gift Guide
7 Sustainable Fashion Brands To Source For Knockout Pieces
How To Get That Daily Glow With Minimal Effort
US Cult-Favourite Milani Cosmetics Is Finally In Singapore (And Asia!)
Keeping It Fresh With Zoff’s 2019 Sunglasses Collection
Moncler Genius Features Collab With Urban Streetwear Brand, Palm Angels
The Intersection of Eastern And Western Cultures, Expressed Through Mandopop
With The Travel PadThe Travel Pad is a global travel platform that enables adventurers and masses alike to connect, plan trips, publish stories and create a travel blog. As the site’s content strategist and writer, Alvina had to come up with travel-related content that resonated with the international audience, and connect with world-renowned travel influencers to enhance the quality of the articles published. She also did some copywriting work in her stint there, where she crafted tag-lines, detailed page headlines and content that suited the brand’s image. She managed the social media platforms too.
With The Travel Pad
10 Most Interesting Hostels Around The World
10 Interesting Facts About North Korea
10 Mealtime Etiquettes To Follow In China
10 Foods You Cannot Miss When In Southeast Asia
It’s Time To Visit Asia For Its Music Festivals This 2019
Top 4 Affordable Travel Destinations For This Summer
Budget-Friendly Travel Accommodations: Stay In Hostels, Not Hotels
The Cost Of Being An Adventure Junkie
How To Be Sustainable As A Traveller: A 3-Step Guide To Do This At Ease
Understanding Middle East: An Introduction
Japan’s Drinking Culture: A Guide To Nomikai
“Pics or it didn’t happen!”: Why Your Holiday Shouldn’t Be A Series Of Curated Instagram Shots
Say Goodbye To Jetlag With Timeshifter, An App That Helps You Deal With Timezone Differences
Gimmick Or Game-Changer: Alex Talks Questo, A Real-Life Exploration Game
Meet Julio And His Brainchild, ScamsTravel.com
With ZulaPursuing her joy in writing as a freelance columnist, Alvina continues to publish articles at Zula, which focus on issues relating to Singaporean female millennials.
A Love Letter To My Chou Chou
Toxic Positivity May Be The Worst Form Of Negativity Because We’re Not Even Aware Of It