Understanding diversity statistics is the first step to understanding inclusivity on campus.
Michael and Avani write about what home in Singapore looks like to them.
Meghan Markle just left the Royal Family. Michael explains what that means as a Black Brit.
Michael recounts how the highs and lows of his first semester correlated with his addiction to a particular dating app.
“Climate change activism and advocacy is a role we have to choose to fulfill, rather than an opinion that we hold, and it therefore follows that we have to repeatedly make active choices to commit to solving the climate crisis.” Michael tells us why we should accept more plant-based food in the dining halls.
Come this Sunday, participants of the Aphrodite Project might be matched with their soulmates. Michael speaks to the creators behind the campus-wide matchmaking survey to find out more.
“I was hesitant to try it out when I first heard of it, due to the protests of Singaporeans describing it as overpriced and seething with expats. Nevertheless, I gave the pretentiously named ‘lounge’ a chance, and I don’t think I’ll ever look back.” Michael tells us why he clubs at Kilo.
With the review of the Latin Honours system approaching, Michael tells us why it’s time to pull the plug.