There is something melancholic about it though, the Hockney on the wall. All I am left to behold is the white spray—not the spring of the body, not the goggled boy in a swimming cap. Even the yellow diving board is motionless.
Aryan and Wisha decode traditions of Yale-NUS: What they are, how they came to be and what they say about us.
“Do we want to engage with an institution that is complicit in perpetuating America’s imperialistic foreign policies in Vietnam?” Following the participation of Yale-NUS College faculty members at a Fulbright University Vietnam’s (FUV) conference, Ai Huy Luu asks how Yale-NUS should engage with the school.
250 students. 14 hotly-contested destinations. One Week 7. What did they “learn across boundaries”? Kimberly, Wisha, Rhyhan, Aryan, Jun Jie, Michelle and Fatima write about their experiences.
story | Sim Yi Shien, Contributing Photographer photos | Sim Yi Shien Do you ever have moments where you just stop and assess your life
story | Rachel Hau, Contributing Reporter photo | Yale-NUS College Public Affairs As of Sept. 29 2017, 90% of Yale-NUS College graduates had secured jobs,
Story | Terence Choo, Contributing Reporter Photo | Wong Zhi Ying Upon entering the dining hall, I spotted two figures conspicuously seated right in
Letter | Saza Faradilla, Avery Simmons Story | Peh Yi Lin photo | Saza Faradilla Dear students, It’s been our pleasure to serve in
story | Bryson Ng Pei Shen, Contributing Reporter photo | Kalla Sy, Contributing Photographer If you were at the National Gallery on Aug. 23,
story | Jonas Yun Do Ung, Guest Contributor photo | Kah Mun Chan As I write this article, it is 3:30 A.M. on a
story | Aditya Karkera, Guest Contributor Illustration | Lavonna Mark, Contributing Illustrator My dear constituents, The practice of constituents writing to their representatives is
The following are edited memories about the Class of 2017, submitted by students of Yale-NUS College. “Yale-NUS Confessions broke the perfection bubble for me,
From the Editors – October 4, 2013 What are we Playing For? – August 19, 2014 Dengue Outbreak on Campus – September 2, 2014 Yale-NUS
Stranger in the Shower: On March 31, a stranger was found showering in an unoccupied Saga suite which was, at the time, being used for
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
Sorting it Out: On Thursday March 30, Yale-NUS screened Sorting it Out, a student-produced documentary about recycling in Singapore. The documentary was followed by a
Balik Kampung: Malay for ‘coming home’, it is an event organized by RC^3, which will be held at Saga Courtyard on March 29. Immerse yourselves