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    UP FOR GRABS THIS ISSUE29 Movie Screening - Man Of Steel

    31 Fall Out Boy - Save Rock And Roll

    31 Walk Off The Earth - R.E.V.O

    So...the month of June sees the Man of Steel flying his way back in to the silver screen, with a new bodysuit sans his trademark red underwear. Of course, its a monumental task playing Superman, and so the question remains will Henry Cavill be able to shoulder the responsibility in a role that Christopher Reeves has perfected? Yes, were going way back to Christopher Reeves, because all other Superman reincarnations have been utterly disappointing and forgettable. In any case, the jury is out on this until weve seen Cavills interpretation in our screening of Man of Steel on June 17. Not sure about you, but Im pretty excited about it. Find out how you can score some free tickets on page 28, or you can log on to our Facebook page at facebook.com/campusplus. In the meantime, go check out our cover story (page 28) for this month as we dish out all things Superman from the very beginning.

    This month, were also featuring YouTube singer-songwriter sensation, David Choi, who confesses his ultimate dream (amongst a host of other things) in Discovering David, page 36. With three albums under his belt, as well as over 930,000 subscribers and 83 million video views on his YouTube channel, to say that this young musical talent is going places is an understatement and we will definitely be seeing more of him.

    Okay, quick question how many of you would love to spend a day unwinding at a spa? Sounds blissful, doesnt it? At one with body, mind and soul. But lets face it, while wed love to do that, shelling out the money for the experience is another question. Dont worry though. In our beauty feature (page 23) this month, well show you how you can re-create that spa experience in the comfort of your own home, with products that you most probably already have. Pop in that Caf del Mar CD and youre ready to start your Zen experience. Now, can you say Ohmmmmm?

    Let me know how that goes.

    Cheers,

    Jocelyn LokeEditor

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    The Curtin Volunteers! (CV!), the largest student-run organisation at Curtin University Sarawak Campus (Curtin Sarawak), handed over donations amounting to RM13,500, raised during CV!s 10th anniversary celebration and fundraising dinner, to the Palliative Care Association Miri (PCAM).

    Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor of Curtin Sarawak, Professor Dr. Ir. Yudi Samyudia was impressed with the CV!s spirit of volunteerism and charity and

    commented, The activities you have carried out over the past ten years have made a tremendous impact on the local community.

    Present to receive the donation was coordinator of PCAM, Jacqueline Buri. The PCAM recently established a permanent centre providing palliative care services to members of the community and families who are dealing with chronic diseases and life-threatening illnesses.

    CURTIN VOLUNTEERS! HAND OVER RM13,500 TO PCAM

    To continue the legacy of Volunteerism Campaign: Volunteers Work for Change, where Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) students helped in setting up a library in Tronoh Mines New Village, Volunteerism II: Continuing the Legacy was launched at the UTAR Perak Campus recently.

    The campaign Volunteerism II: Continuing the Legacy will show that UTAR students are

    not only excellent in academic but also socially responsible, said UTAR Vice President (Student Development and Alumni Relations) Dr. Teh Chee Seng.

    The volunteerism campaign is under the UTAR PR Campaign 2013, which is part of the final-year projects of UTAR PR students.

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    LIVE WIRENews and updates from your favourite campuses

    CHIC FIX Oh, eye see Ahoy, sailor! How to have a spa experience at home

    COVER STORY Superman - From the very beginning

    E-BOXEntertainment news, movies and music at your fingertips!

    K-POP Your daily dose of K-Pop fix

    FEATUREDiscovering David

    TECHTech news and gadgets galore

    WELLNESSBreakfast is important too!

    SPORTS PLUSSports news for the sports buff

    CAMPUS TALKIn conjuction with Fathers Day, describe your dad in one word...

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  • The new Chancellor of The University of Nottingham, Sir Andrew Witty, has paid his first official visit to The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus (UNMC).

    During his visit, Sir Andrew toured the campus, formally opened the new Student Accommodation Village and also delivered a lecture titled Quality Degree or Quality Experience Whats University About? to staff and students. In the evening, the university hosted a dinner, providing Sir Andrew with the opportunity to meet board members, and key figures from the business, education and government sectors.

    It is a great honour for us to host Sir Andrew, a Nottingham alumnus himself, at UNMC. I was particularly pleased that he chose Malaysia for his first official trip overseas since becoming the University Chancellor, said Professor Christine Ennew, Pro Vice Chancellor/ Provost and CEO of UNMC.

    Freelancer.com, the worlds largest freelancing marketplace, looks forward to generating more income for freelancers in Malaysia in its drive to grow its user database in the country.

    Willix Halim, Freelancer.coms Vice President of Growth, explained, Apart from nurturing, attracting, and retaining talent, Freelancer.com offers skilled Malaysians the opportunity to reach out to a global audience, where they can also additionally tap on their multilingual communications advantage.

    Currently, Malaysia ranks 15th globally amongst the countries with most Freelancer.com users. For more information, please visit www.freelancer.com.

    Students from the School of Hospitality, Tourism & Culinary Arts at KDU University College recently painted murals on the walls of the Childrens Home of Hope at the National Cancer Society of Malaysia, creating a more cosy atmosphere to help ease the

    stay for children afflicted with cancer living there whilst seeking treatment. The volunteers got Jotun to sponsor the paints and amateur artist Ms. Sarah Ahmad to conceptualise a design for the murals. The activity was in conjunction with the Bald On,

    Wax Off for Cancer project, which culminated in a grand finale where a mass shaving of heads and waxing of legs took place at The Curve.

    FIRST OFFICIAL VISIT BRINgS NOTTINgHAM CHANCELLOR TO MALAySIA

    FREELANCER.COM REINFORCES PRESENCE IN MALAySIA

    KDU STUDENTS VOLUNTEERINg FOR HOPE

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