A Tale of Two Colleges

story | Megan Chua, Guest Contributor photo | University College Freiburg Website On the day I arrived in Freiburg and saw that the main office was just one corridor in the Alte Universität building, I was confronted with a very different conception of a liberal arts college from the one I had known in Singapore. […]

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Women in Business, and More

story | Beatrice Chew, Contributing Reporter photo | Saksham Mehrotra, Contributing Photographer   “Stay flexible, stay humble, and keep learning.” This was Jacqueline Chua’s advice to students in her opening keynote address for the Women in Finance Conference on Sept. 19, 2017. As the Vice-President of the Financial Women’s Association of Singapore, she shared about […]

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The Disruptive Good?

story  | Bryson Ng Pei Shen, Contributing Reporter photo | Kalla Sy, Contributing Photographer   If you were at the National Gallery on Aug. 23, 2017,  you would have encountered odd sights other than the quirky artworks of the Yayoi Kusama. If you were fortuitous enough, you would have seen Megha Joshi ’21 engaging in […]

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A Letter to My Constituents

story  | Aditya Karkera, Guest Contributor Illustration | Lavonna Mark, Contributing Illustrator   My dear constituents, The practice of constituents writing to their representatives is a cherished democratic tradition exercised across the world, and is emblematic of the ownership that democracy promises as well as the duties it bestows upon citizens. Today, the unfortunate absence […]

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In it's first year, Yale-NUS College felt more like a summer camp.

Memoirs of the Halcyon

story | Vasudha Kataruka photo | Anshuman Mohan, Bozy Lu, Yale-NUS Admissions From RC4 to the New Campus Growing from 150 students to a full house in the past four years, there has been a large evolution of the Yale-NUS experience. For the Classes of 2017 and 2018, one of the most noticeable differences was […]

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