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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 words “Yale-NUS” were replaced with “Team NUS”, a further move has been made to make the shirts more inclusive. The new design (pictured right) will no longer contain the word “NUS”.
Yun Dong Yuan ’17, a member of the tchoukball team, welcomes the change. “I feel that the new shirts really encapsulate our school identity, especially when playing at the inter-university level. To me, they get down to the heart of what our athletes are about,” they said.
“To make our shirts more appealing to a wide base of supporters, perhaps next year we could remove the word ‘Team’ as well,” they said.
This article originally appeared in the April Fools Edition of The Octant and is intended for satirical purposes.