Kites have no need for designated parks.

Designated Parks: Notes on Academic Freedom

story | Shawn Hoo, Guest Contributor photo | Conal Gallagher and Dave Chappell “We still fly our kites In designated parks.” (Alfian Sa’at, “Apathy,” A ...

Clockwork Feb. 17, 2017

Love is in the Air: Happy Valentines to all. Feb. 14 is the perfect day to revisit the common curriculum classics, Yusuf and Zulaikha and The Plum and The Golde...
A recent IPS survey that found that one in four non-Chinese Singaporeans have felt racially discriminated against when seeking employment or a promotion, suggesting that Chinese Privilege does exist in the job market.

Chinese Privilege Checked, Now What?

story | Daryl Yang, Guest Contributor photo | Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) and  In “Coming To Terms With Chinese Privilege”, Kan Ren Jie describes his pe...
Students attend a screening of 1987: Untracing the Conspiracy, by director Jason Soo

1987: The Missing Narrative

story | Neo Huiyuan, Arts Editor photo |  Lynn Voight What happens when the very institutions you trust for protection turn against you? What happens when the...
The Yale-NUS Student Government released a list of deliverables, following the Yale-NUS Town Hall.

After The Town Hall: Now What?

story | Kan Ren Jie, Staff Writer photo | Aditya Karkera Coming from a school where students never had much of a stake in its management, I found last week’s ...
Yale-NUS is physically separated from the rest of Singapore and NUS. This could contribute to the bubble.

Revisiting the Yale-NUS Bubble

story | Terence Anthony Wang, Arts Editor photo | Rachel Juay Everyone who enrolls in Yale-NUS College quickly becomes acquainted with the infamous Yale-NUS B...

Clockwork Feb. 10, 2017

What’s Happening on Campus? SCSC: On Monday, Feb. 13, Saga college will be holding its second iteration of the Saga College Senior Coloquium in the Rector’s Co...
Halcyon stares out into the distance, contemplating if Yale-NUS's best days are ahead.

Halcyon Days Ahead

story | Pericles Lewis, Guest Contributor I am writing out of concern about a couple of recent pieces in the Octant in which students expressed frustration wit...