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Lighting Workshop, 5th November 2016

story | Lian Szu-Jin, Contributing Reporter photo | Lian Szu-Jin, Serena Quay In line with the array of end-of-semester shows currently taking place, The Octant is proud to present an...

This Topia, 28th October 2016

story | Yasunari Watanabe, Contributing Reporter In line with the array of end-of-semester shows currently taking place, The Octant is proud to present an up-close-and-personal...

Speeding Up Student Organization Claims in Yale-NUS

story | Yip Jia Qi, Opinion Editor photo | Xuerui Yang There are 55 student organizations listed on the Yale-NUS College Student Organization Directory, each with...

Spring is Coming: A Photo Essay

photos | Xuerui Yang story | Kan Ren Jie, Contributing Reporter From the intense stares of the cast in the promotional posters, I thought that Spring...

SG Month: Embracing Female Sexuality

story | Pertina Seah, Contributing Reporter photo | The G Spot With the Queer Open Mic on Oct. 21, Sexuality and Gender (SG) Month has officially...

A Dose Of Inspiration: Couch Theater’s Managing Director Yee Jia Rong ’18

story | Lian Szu-Jin, Contributing Reporter photo | Couch Theatre Here at Yale-NUS College, many students do more than just college. From starting their own social...

Only the Fittest Survive: Manas Punhani ’17, Bryant Chan ’17, Sean Saito ’17, Timothy Chua ’17 and Benjamin Leong ’17

story | Justin Ong, Managing Editor images | Justin Ong and Manas Punhani This week, The Octant speaks to a lively crew of five who...

Inquiries into Scientific Inquiry

story | Ren Jie, Contributing Reporter photo | Yang Xuerui The Scientific Inquiry (SI) course, a part of the Common Curriculum, has seen significant changes over...

Just Barge into People’s Rooms: Abhinav Natarajan ’18 and Simonas Bartulis ’18

story | Justin Ong, Managing Editor photo | Justin Ong and Abhinav Natarajan This week The Octant features two first year students and two juniors with...

I Might Even Have a Toothbrush There: Claire Krummenacher ’20 and Fiona Grace ’20

story | Justin Ong, Managing Editor photos | Claire Krummanacher This week The Octant features two first year students and two juniors with a very important...

We Just Have Good Affinity

story | Justin Ong, Managing Editor photo | Justin Ong and Neo Hui Yuan Some time back, The Octant did a handful of suite features, venturing...

Friends Who Do Laundry Together, Stay Together

story | Justin Ong, Managing Editor photo | Justin Ong and Raeden Richardson Some time back, The Octant did a handful of suite profiles, venturing into...

The Yale-NUS Culture of Busyness

story | Gabe Ibasco, contributing reporter photo | Rachel Juay In the residential college elevators, students can be found tinkering with their phones—despite the complete lack...

Critical Readings: How I learned to stop worrying and love the book

Story | Justin Ong, Managing Editor Photo | Serena Quay Sometime in week five it occurred to me that I was in trouble. I was not...

The Sophomore Slump

Story | Lian Szu-Jin, contributing reporter Photo | Lian Szu-Jin, contributing reporter Five weeks through. Twelve more to go. If you’re a sophomore going through the...

Lunch Tag, Lunch Tagged

story | Kan Ren Jie, Contributing Reporter image | Rachel Juay Lunch Tag has resumed and has been ongoing for the past few weeks. Using an...

Insufficient LGBTQ Discourse in Universities

story | Pertina Seah, Contributing Reporter image | G Spot and the Gender Collective “A friend of mine was once asked whether he was gay. He...

Lizzie, and Her Contested Destiny

Story by Jasmine Su, contributing reporter Image by Rachel Juay, photographer As the new semester kick-starts for students at Yale-NUS College, elevators were once again inundated...

Alcohol, Stilettos and Jigsaw Puzzles

Story by Nicholas Lua, Features Editor | Photo credit to Eun Jung Min Upon entering, I notice the stylized city skyline, done in artistic green tape on...

Saga #12-101: A Vibrant Community

Story by Nicholas Lua, Features Editor | Photo credit to Serena Quay In her spare-room-turned-art-studio, Lauren Seaman shows me her latest art project. Careful black-and-white drawings of somewhat eerie humanoids reflecting...

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