You asked for it, and you got it. Yale-NUS College has announced an “opt-out” option to students. We report.
story | The Managing Team photo | Yale-NUS Media Group On Sunday, Apr. 1, six student publications — The Octant, Tònes, Diverge, The Cosmoscience,
story | Tad Cruise In the latest incident of high profile mixups, it has been revealed that Tan Tai Yong has been incorrectly announced as
story | Svegli Davvero On Friday, March 31, hungry students of Saga College were greeted by the appearance of Nicola Costa, master barista. Mr. Costa
story | Aunt Norris Faculty members have unanimously voted to add a new class to the Common Curriculum called Civic Responsibility, following the advice of
The not-so-suite life: A recent survey conducted finds that 75% of friends that suite together do not remain friends by the end of the academic
story | Chee Chi Chi photo | besgroup.blogspot.sg YALE-NUS COLLEGE — A study published yesterday by prominent local ornithologists reported that up to 42% of junior
story | Twangie Wangie, Arts Editor photo | David Zhang, Yale-NUS College website, Marcus Chua and Lucy Kuo This semester has been an interesting
Story by Abel Ang, Guest Writer Hey there, freshmen! Take a deep breath. You’re entering a liberal arts college, and I know that can be
Story by Emily Tang, Features Writer It’s an open secret that Yale-NUS has plenty of secret societies – clandestine invitation-only social groups for those deemed cool
Story by Emily Tang, Features Writer | Photo credit to David Zhang In a bid to improve the relationship between Yale-NUS and the rest of NUS, a group
Story by Emily Tang, News Writer A new shirt design has been unveiled for Yale-NUS athletes. In a follow-up to last year’s identity rebranding, where the
Story by Jon Seenar, Features Writer | Photo credit to David Zhang You crack open eyes that have been crusted over with sleep, resisting the
Dear Auntie Agony, My new relationship is taking a toil on me. You see, I live in Saga but my significant other lives in Cendana.
Taurus: Guilt is festering away inside you: the apples, bananas, and cutlery you smuggled from the dining hall are physical reminders of your unsavoury pastime.
This article originally appeared in the April Fools Edition of The Octant and is intended for satirical purposes.
Story by Gus Jontin, Guest Columnist We need a mascot, and we need it now. It doesn’t matter what people think. A college like ours,
story Ezekiel Berdral It’s been almost a year at Yale-NUS College and I can honestly say that moving here was one of the best decisions I
story Yona Tan | May Tan Over two dozen students’ rooms at Yale-NUS College were raided on Thursday, March 27, after campus security acted on anonymous
story Avast Vermin All entities move and nothing remains still,” said the prominent Greek philosopher Pericles in a seminar room somewhere. With its second year coming