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Students Express Concern With Economics

story Ying Tong Lai As the pioneer batch of Yale-NUS College students prepare to declare their majors by March 13, concerns remain over the Economics major....

A Conversation On Censorship

story Scott Currie On March 3, the Writers’ Centre hosted a panel of four esteemed guests to discuss issues related to the censorship of children’s books....

Academic Adventures Abroad

story Scott Currie During the mid-semester break, three groups of Yale-NUS College students headed on Learning Across Boundaries (LAB) overseas trips to immerse themselves in different...

Yale Exchange Highlights Need For Dialogue

story Spandana Bhattacharya | David Chappell The recent exchange trip between Yale-NUS College and Yale University was set up to share information between both institutions, yet...

Visiting Committee to recommend changes to the Common Curriculum

story Spandana Bhattacharya | Yonatan Gazit Now in its fourth semester, Yale-NUS College’s distinctive Common Curriculum will undergo a review by two committees—the Self-Study and the Visiting Committees—over...

Overseas Offerings Expand But Still, Confusion Remains

story Spandana Bhattacharya | Li Ting Chan The recent addition of two new study abroad programs and the introduction of a petition process by the Center...

Nobel Laureate Visits Yale-NUS

story Yonatan Gazit | Lai Ying Tong Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, Nobel Peace Laureate, former Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, and former Vice President...

Finally, A Student Government

story Scott Currie | May Tay On Feb. 6, Yale-NUS College welcomed its first ever Student Government, as eleven student representatives were elected after a month-long election...

President Lewis Holds Town Hall

story Yonatan Gazit President Pericles Lewis held a Town Hall with students on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 5, to talk about Yale-NUS College’s plans moving...

Hacking the Way Through

story Li Ting Chan If turning ideas into reality sounds like something you would want to do, then participating in a hack-a-thon might just be for...

Music To The Ears

story Yonatan Gazit | May Tay On December 12, 2014, the student body received an email from the Registry about the Module Registration Exercise for the next...

Yale-NUS Hires New Faculty

story Yonatan Gazit | May Tay Over the past week, Yale-NUS College saw a flurry of new faces as it held a round of faculty...

Outside the Common Course

story May Tay About three to four times a week, Anshuman Mohan ’17 rides his bike or takes the shuttle to the National University of...

Branching Out: Defining Residential Colleges

story Yonatan Gazit January 1, 2015 marked six months since Sarah Weiss’s long wait began. Hired in April last year, she had been looking forward...

An Impossible Puzzle: The Perfect Schedule

story Yonatan Gazit, May Tay Drafting the schedule for the 2015 Spring Semester, "was an impossible problem on some level," Dean of Faculty Charles Bailyn said....

The Marriage Contract

Spandana Bhattacharya, Joyan Tan Photos used with permission from Yale-NUS College Public Affairs The birth of Yale-NUS College is the result of a marriage like no...

Constitution Matters

May Tay Photo used with permission from the Yale-NUS Elected Student Committee When Jacob Schneidewind '18 and Hrishi Olickel '18 attended the last of five forums...

In Sickness and in Health

Yonatan Gazit, May Tay Photo by Christopher Khew The student health insurance covering all Yale-NUS College students “provides very affordable top-notch medical care,” according to the admissions...

Money Talks

David Chappell Photo by Pareen Chaudhari On Wednesday, 5 Nov. 2014, looking like a scene from Martin Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street (albeit minus the obscenities) the...

Yale-NUS triumphs in Basketball: An Interview with Shaun Tan ’17

In the inaugural battle for the ‘A’ cup — The Pioneers of American Universities in Asia: NYU-Shanghai vs. Yale-NUS on Nov. 1, the Yale-NUS...

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