Thursday, 20 March 2014

A NOTE FROM THE HEAD DESIGNER:
How time flies! In a blink of an eye, it's already March and April is quickly approaching. Between designing for the new theme of the Lumen Studet and training a new set of designers, monthly themed designs has unfortunately been neglected but it’s back this month with an important theme: “Women’s History Month.” This month, we commemorate the contributions of women and ladies worldwide, regardless of their profession and race. 

We're also extremely excited about the new Lumen Studet theme that has been upgraded from the previous template to a fresh and new design. It’s now easier to navigate around the Lumen and hopefully much more convenient for readers. We hope that the new improvements such as the sliders will provide a more visually pleasant experience for readers. 

Lastly, I hope that you will enjoy the designs and celebrate the women in your life and also those in the past (and present) who has made their mark in history. For more information about Women’s History Month, visit: http://womenshistorymonth.gov/

Law Veng Yee, Junior 2 Cempaka, Class of 2014.


(Note: To have a clearer view of designs, simply click on the picture and zoom in by pressing: for MAC users, command and +; for WINDOWS users, control and +. However, should your cursor change into a magnifying glass, you can just click on the design one more to zoom in.)  


Submitted by Lim Wei Xin, Junior 2 Cempaka, Class of 2014








Submitted by Law Veng Yee, Junior 2 Cempaka, Class of 2014



Submitted by Rachel Chua Junior 2 Cempaka, Class of 2014


Submitted by Aw Kah Yan, Form 5 Science 1, Class of 2014


Submitted by Sarah Crompton, Junior 2 Cempaka, Class of 2014


Submitted by Choo Li Ling, Junior 1 Venter, Class of 2015


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