The new need-aware policy was announced earlier this year and will affect the Class of 2025 onwards
Story | Danan Lee and Le Nguyen Phong Photo | Luke Seow This year’s orientation was different, to say the least. Instead of travelling all
Under this new change, Student Government Presidents will be provided with a semesterly stipend of $1000, whereas the Vice Presidents will be provided with a stipend of $800 per semester in exchange for their service from the Dean of Students (DoS) Office.
Yale-NUS College’s Class of 2024 arrived on campus and embarked on their university life as planned despite the global chaos and uncertainties.
Yihui speaks to the Admissions Team to find out more about the Class of 2024.
The Class of 2022 Declare their Majors.
A message to the Yale-NUS Community on behalf of the faculty regarding the ongoing protests against police brutality.
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.
Guest Writer Chloe Lim looks into one of the most desirable career path among Yale-NUS students.
What is happening in India? Avani talks to students and academics to find out.
Shawn Kit tells us how the relocation of his West Kalimantan Week 7 LAB to Singapore due to the haze taught him about planetary health and community resilience.
Early this July, the Counselling Centre sent out a mental health survey to all first-year students matriculating in August. In late August, after processing the results of the survey, the Counselling Centre sent out emails to first-years who received elevated scores in mental health aspects such as depression and anxiety. Jia Xuan reports.
Students who participated in a Learning Across Boundaries (LAB) programme held in Okinawa last summer hosted a powerful art exhibition conveying the resilience that Okinawan locals display while overcoming their challenging past. Shivani reports.
Many international students in the Class of 2023 have experienced trouble with their Development Bank of Singapore (DBS) bank accounts. Raphael reports.
Miscommunications and Standing Committees. Avani writes about the problems plaguing need-based financial aid on campus.
Yehoon wins the Election to be the Class of 2023 Representative with 42.7% of all votes, despite a controversial campaign policy.
On Friday, September 13, the College decided that with Week 7 only two weeks away, there was no longer enough time to address concerns regarding the “Dialogue and Dissent in Singapore” LAB and that the program had to be canceled. Alysha and Harrison report.
The recent sexual climate survey showed that while over 95% of respondents agreed that Yale-NUS faculty and staff treat students with respect, only 37.8% agreed or strongly agreed, that those who commit misconduct are held accountable for their actions. Akanksha reports.
Visiting Professor Shaul Mishal’s 2018 Haaretz Op-ed drew concerns from students over its similarities to white nationalist talking points. Alysha reports.
With finals approaching, it can seem like your academic success comes at the cost of your wellbeing. Harrison tells us why this is not the case.