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Liberal Arts in Singapore: How Raffles Got There First

story | Kan Ren Jie, contributing reporter photos | National Library Board, Kan Ren Jie There was once a college in Singapore that was established in...

Interchange: A Sneak Peak into Southeast Asian Cinema

story | Neo Huiyuan and Terence Wang, Arts Editors photo | Danny Lim © Apparat 2016 Engaging 12,000 audiences with over 100 films annually, the Singapore...

Inside the Mind of Ruben Pang

Story | Neo Huiyuan, Arts Editor and Yip Jie Ying, Features Editor Photo | Neo Huiyuan and Ruben Pang “Why would you buy a painting of someone...

Of Dinosaurs and Uncle-G: Singapore Night Festival 2016

Story by Terence Anthony Wang, Arts Editor Photos by Nguyen Thao Ngan My photographer and I were in a crowd, and a big one at that....

The Relevance of Hamlet

Story by Neo Hui Yuan, Staff Writer | Photo credit to YNC Photography In preparation for more than a year, selling out tickets in numbers larger than the student body,...

Depart: Art’s Editor Picks

Story by Tan Jia Hui Arts Editor | Photo credit to Tan Jia Hui Break away from your mundane daily routine and depart from the Yale-NUS College bubble...

Art around Campus

Story by Nicholas Lua, Feature Editor | Photos by Serena Quay Wander around Yale-NUS College enough and you are sure to have noticed the artworks displayed around campus....

On the Red Carpet of the Singapore International Film Festival 2015

story David Chia, Arts Editor and Raeden Richardson, Contributing Reporter On 6 December 2015, SGIFF concluded its 26th edition, drawing over 12,000 festival goers from Singapore and...

(An In-depth) Introduction to the Arts (Modules)

story Justin Ong, Staff Writer With the semester coming to a close, we can look forward not just to the winter break, but also...

Most-Banned Chinese Play to be Staged at Yale-NUS

story Pham Le Vi, Staff Writer For a Yuan dynasty (1271-1368) opera, The West Wing (西厢记), written by Wang Shifu, is surprisingly racy, making it...

Detailing the Distinct Architecture of Yale-NUS

story David Chia, Arts Editor In July 2010, Yale-NUS College’s parent institutions—Yale University and the National University of Singapore (NUS)—posed a challenge to Pelli Clarke Pelli...

Crossing the Bridge: Languages at Yale-NUS and NUS

story Yip Jie Ying, Contributing Reporter “What modules are you going to take? Should I take a language module?” With students having to choose their...

Campus as Blank Canvas: The Hidden Nooks and Crannies for Art

story Pham Le Vi, Contributing Reporter photos Serena Quay, Photographer A new campus is an empty canvas for us to paint our stories and traditions, likes and dislikes....

Sean’s Stories

story Neo Hui Yuan and Yip Jie Ying, Contributing Reporters Opened on 27 January 1977, Yangtze Cinema screened mainly Chinese kungfu movies in the early days...

Deconstructing the Hidden Wit of Sol LeWitt

story David Chia, Arts Editor Twenty-six layers of ink and acrylic washes. Six artists including Parag Bhatnagar ’17. 20 days of labor. Two scaffold towers...

The Price of Artistry

story Dave Lim, Contributing Reporter In the chase for artistry, how do we decide what constitutes as merit? For The Improv Comedy Conglomerate, spontaneity is...

The Drug-Crossed Lovers in Lucy Prebble’s ‘The Effect’

story David Chia, Arts Editor What better way to study human behavior than to spend an evening watching Lucy Prebble’s The Effect directed by Ziyad...

Depart

story David Chia and Tan Jia Hui, Arts Editors The Octant Arts Editors have put together a list of five upcoming art events to attend this...

The future of electives for Arts & Humanities major

story Marusa Godina Module options remain limited for the Arts and Humanities Major, which will go into full swing this August. This is especially the case...

Relying on the Rector’s copay

story Abdul Hamid Interested in attending a show? Email the Rector’s Office and, with enough student interest, they might get tickets. You get to see the...

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