In line with the Yale-NUS College mantra, even morning coffee routines have surprising diversity. Billy Tran reports.
Meet the students running for Class of 2024 class reps for this AY2020/21 Senate.
Story | Danan Lee and Le Nguyen Phong Photo | Luke Seow This year’s orientation was different, to say the least. Instead of travelling all
From lack of vegetarian options to finding foreign objects in their food, student complaints have been arising about Sodexo, the College’s caterer. Lara Kine investigates to understand both students and Sodexo’s perspectives on the matter.
Silvia tells some campus tales to keep you up at night.
In many Asian societies, tattoos are still considered taboo, and because school is a place of learning and influence, tattoos—associated with gangsters, drug use and “bad company” in general—are frowned upon. Understanding more about people’s relationships with their tattoos, once considered a sign of a criminal or a deviant, is thus fascinating.
One can take time off simply to do whatever they see fit for themselves, before proceeding with the remainder of their university stint.
Michael and Avani write about what home in Singapore looks like to them.
Yihui explores the lived experiences of deaf people in Singapore and what it means to build an inclusive society.
What was the secret society on campus, and what did they do?
COVID-19 has changed the world around us. Here is how Yale-NUS is affected.
For most professors, tenure is the holy grail. How can we, as students, contribute to a professor’s chances of getting tenure? Dion reports.
story | Xie Yihui, Staff Writer photos | #FightforWuhan Chinese Student Association in North America On the first day of the Lunar New Year,
Shikhar shares his experience of fighting for the climate, and the world.
At Yale-NUS, we enjoy a great degree of freedom of speech. But why do we silence ourselves on the topic of sexual violence on campus?
Rebecca compiles everything we know so far about the current coronavirus outbreak.
What is happening in India? Avani talks to students and academics to find out.
Aryan and Wisha decode traditions of Yale-NUS: What they are, how they came to be and what they say about us.
Dance workshops in Lebanese refugee camps and design thinking in Singaporean rental flats: CIPE’s Social Impact Fellowship allows Yale-NUS students to make change all around the world. Yihui gives us an introduction to some of them.
“Could we then think of how we can make our spaces here in Yale-NUS to be one for more than just Yale-NUS students?” Shawn Kit speaks to the NUS students who share classes, student organisations and library seats with us to find out more.