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Dengue Outbreak on Campus

Yonatan Gazit, May Tay Aaron Lai’18 had only recently returned from his freshman orientation trip when he began to feel feverish. “At first I thought it...

To ice or not to ice?

Kavya Gopal, Regina Marie Lee Over the last two weeks, more than 20 students have done it. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has spilled over...

Letter to the Editors

It was heart-warming for me to see Raeden and Aaron voice out such ardent school spirit. I too am tired of having to explain...

Spirit of the Independent Course

Graham Link || Guest Columnist 2MC (Modular Credits) Independent Courses are arguably one of this college’s most compelling benefits. The opportunity to propose, build and...

Letter to the Editors

letter Aaron Kurzak '17 The PANOPT editors have done an excellent public service in publishing Mr. Richardson’s article. The controversies arising from its frank statements highlight...

The Arts expand at Yale-NUS

story Yonatan Gazit | May Tay Four new professors joined Yale-NUS’s Art’s Department in the 2014 Fall Semester, including the first Department Head, to help...

In Defence of Free Speech

story Kaushik Swaminathan Yale-NUS is an infant born from the womb of over four hundred years of collective academic excellence in Asia and the United...

Beach Games

story David Chappell On Saturday, 16. Aug approximately 20 Yale-NUS freshmen and sophomores, many still nursing hangovers from the night before, were roused from their...

Yale Short Courses

story Yonatan Gazit | May Tay Two weeks before classes began for the sophomores at Yale-NUS, seven Yale professors made the trip halfway around the...

Editors’ Note

A week after the first issue, all newspapers have disappeared from their boxes, several emails have popped into our inbox and many conversations have...

Does Yale-NUS party?

story Joyan Tan | Kavya Gopal 6 August, 4.30PM: 30-40 sophomores gathered in the multi-purpose hall (MPH) for a school-organized talk on Navigating Social Spaces. For...

Meditations on First Ideology

story Ling Xi Min Working for Admissions meant that lots of people asked me why I chose to go to Yale-NUS. Sometimes though, ‘answers’ are...

What Are We Playing For?

story Raeden Richardson We are not NUS students. We did not reject prestigious universities across the globe, leave families on the other side of the...

Becoming a Service-Oriented Community

story Spandana Bhattacharya | May Tay As the hustle and bustle of activities on campus slowly wound down near the end of last semester, over...

First Year Adventures in SEA

story Spandana Bhattacharya | May Tay On 7 August, the college’s freshmen class packed their bags and embarked on their 5-day Orientation Adventure Trips. These trips...

Editors’ Note

In the wee hours of 8 October 2013, Panopt was born. There was little kicking and screaming, and sounds of ‘ooh-ing’ and ‘ahh-ing’ soon accompanied...

Bleeding Blue and Orange

story Dave Chappell Whilst a sudden downpour may have rained off the semester’s first basketball match on Friday 29 Aug. 2014, it did little to...

Spirit of the Independent Course

story Graham Link Independent Courses are arguably one of this college’s most compelling benefits. The opportunity to propose, build and shape your own course is...

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