As We Waste Away

As the new semester starts, let us look at what we put on our plate.

What Happened to the Perch Fund?

With the debut of the 5th Yale-NUS Student Government, students may notice the stark absence of FINCOM and the Perch fund. Alysha reports on the changes made.

The Faces of Yale-NUS’ New Caterer

story | Casidhe Ng and Alcan Sng, Contributing Reporters photo | Alcan Sng At the end of lunch service, the doors close and the dining hall empties....

Yale-NUS Holds Fourth Annual Summer Research Symposium

Yale-NUS’ annual Summer Research Symposium returned for its fourth iteration between Sept. 4-6. Over 30 students presented their research in Saga Lecture Theatre 1 and the Tan Chin Tuan Lecture Theatre.

The Art of Life, through Travels

story | Cheong Zi Gi, Joseph Han, Ng Yi Ming, Yeo Rui Qi, Guest Writers photo | Ng Yi Ming, Guest Photographer Over the summer, 4 rising sophomores set o...

Social Media: To Shun or Not to Shun?

story | William Hoo, Contributing Reporter photo | Esther Koh, Contributing Photographer When Julia Tatarynowicz ’22 was 14, she was tagged in a Face...

Sit down, be civil

story | Grady Ng, Guest Writer photo | Esther Koh, Contributing Photographer   It took me a single moment of seeing a staff member’s anguish in respon...

On the Dream of Communism

story | Avery Simmons, Guest Writer photo | Avery Simmons   Where I grew up, Communism was a dirty word. For the first 18 years of my life, I liv...

What has replaced the RCX trips?

story | Wong Shiying, Contributing Reporter photo | Glen Koh This year, the Residential College Experience (RCX) trip was removed from Orientation f...

What Do We Do With A Rapist’s Guilt?

Trigger Warning: This article contains references and depictions of sexual violence, which some readers may find triggering. Please read with discretion. Dealing with sexual violence is already extremely difficult, but never is it more so than when it involves friends and peers. Sya writes about her hopes about how the community can do better.

4 Year’s Time: Graduation Special

story | Sim Yi Shien and Chia Jie Lin photo | Sim Yi Shien   As Graduation Day draws closer, the urge to reminisce about our time in college grow...
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A Short Message of Appreciation

story | Daryl Yang, Guest Writer   When we think of college, we often remember our community of professors and classmates. Yet, there is another group of p...

An Ordinary Class

story | Cheryl Nazik Cosslett, Guest Writer photo | Yale-NUS Public Affairs   I have had many underclassmen tell me that they are jealous of our class. The...
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A Note to My Freshman Self

story | Regina Ng, Guest Writer   Dear Freshman Regina, You know the thing they append to your name (Class of 2018 / ’18) when you joined the college? Well...

On Beginnings and Ends

story | Rachel Hau, Staff Writer photo | Rachel Hau   I remember the scratchy unbreathing blue dri-fit t-shirts, a little glaringly bright, but capable of ...
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A Tribute To Yale-NUS

story | Evan Asava-Aree   Five years ago, in March 2013, I was accepted into Yale-NUS College. Back then, it was a college that didn't have a campus or stu...

Lessons Learned

story | Dave Chappell, Executive Editor photo | Dave Chappell   What lesson do you wish you had known in your first year, when you started college...