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The Love-Hate relationship

Written by: Jeremy Auw & Sarah Lah

In this feature, we wanted to find out what KEVIIans think of our hall. To get a representative opinion, we approached one of the “grassroots leaders “of KE7 – none other than Hui Min, CD block head! Let’s hear what she has to say:

All ready to be interviewed!

Interview with Chia Hui Min, CD Block Head

1) How did you feel about KE7 when you first came in?

The first thought I had was – “so many stairs!” Especially since I stayed in D block in year 1, the walk to the dining hall was long and arduous. But the rooms in KE7 are spacious so I guess that makes up for the stairs!

2) How is it like being the block head for CD block after a semester?

Fun and tiring. It’s heartwarming to see blockers have fun and enjoy themselves during block events! It’s great getting to know most of the blockers too. Organising block events and having to do admin stuff can be quite tiring, but all’s fine with my fantastic block committee!

3) Have your perspectives of KE7 changed? If so, how?

In year 1, I used to think East Wing was a very quiet place but I think East Wing is a lot more happening this year! The freshies are quite crazy and noisy (in a good way of course) so that adds a lot of life here. In fact, it’s not uncommon to hear random shouts and laughter in the middle of the night anymore (laughs)!

4) What do you like about KE7?

It’s near to Science so even if I oversleep (which unfortunately happens quite often), I’d only be a few minutes late for lessons. I also look forward to dinnertime because it’s a time to de-stress and chat with my friends. I guess that makes the food more bearable (laughs)!

5) What do you dislike about KE7?

Probably still the stairs, but my room is near the bus stop so I can’t complain much!

With the noticeboard!


3 Responses to “The Love-Hate relationship”


  1. 1 steph
    December 15, 2009 at 9:34 AM

    haha…I LOVE CD! =) yeap, east wing is definitely more happening this year. i personally feel closer to the people around, they are all so friendly. also, thanks to the fantastic blk comm for all the wonderful activities to bond us all!

  2. 2 Keviian
    December 17, 2009 at 6:17 PM

    KE PRESS

    Where are the article for this year NUS Student Achievement Award?

  3. December 18, 2009 at 12:16 AM

    Dear Keviian,

    you’ll be able to find the article here: https://ke7news.wordpress.com/2009/11/02/nus-student-achievement-award-ceremony-2009/ not sure if you already know about this, but you can use the search function on the sidebar to locate articles that you want to read. keep reading the hall blog! :)

    cheers,
    Janice


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