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Paul Jerusalem

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You Change Your Mind Like a Yale-NUS Student Changes Majors

It is perfectly acceptable to be unsure of your choice in major after the major declaration exercise in Year 2 Semester 2, but right before graduation? Paul talks about the endless what-ifs that plague his decision despite having had an invaluable experience with his major.

What if?

For our Graduation Issue, Paul turned to the Class of 2019 to ask them about their formative experiences at Yale-NUS, as well as some of their “what ifs”.

Why the Abolition of Streaming in Singapore’s Public School System Matters to Yale-NUS

With students from the Normal stream being underrepresented in the Yale-NUS student population, how is the recent news on structural reforms in Singapore’s mainstream education system relevant to us? Paul reflects on his time in neighborhood secondary schools as both a student and an educator and the implications that this policy change could have on the school he is about to leave.

Stepping out of the Steel Gates and Ivory Towers: A Guide (Part 1)

story | Paul Jerusalem photo | Paul Jerusalem In an article by Ethel Pang ’22, she ponders: Where’s the NUS in Yale-NUS? This is undoubtedly an...

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