Rachel Juay

1. I can turn on the television or open up the newspapers and see people of my race widely represented. 2. When I am told about our national heritage or about civilization, I am shown that mostly people of my color made it what it is. 3. I can go into a music shop and count on finding the music of my race represented, into a hawker centre and find the foods that fit with my cultural traditions, into a cinema and find films in my mother tongue or at least subtitled in it. 4. I can choose concealer, blemish cover or bandages in flesh color that more or less matches my skin.

Coming to terms with Chinese Privilege

story | Kan Ren Jie, Staff Writer photo | Rachel Juay My first encounter with the privileges I enjoyed as a Chinese Singaporean was when I was about to enter ...
Elm College Dining Hall

Common Curriculum Needs to Go

story | Terence Anthony Wang, Arts Editor photo | Rachel Juay As with most grand ideas, Yale-NUS College’s Common Curriculum started out with a noble cause. I...

PPE Certificate Reflects Major Problems

story | Elaine Li, News Editor photo | Rachel Juay In response to issues with resource pooling and student concerns, a suggestion has been raised to  repla...

A Cheap Student’s Guide to Travelling

story | Pham Le Vi, News Editor photo | Rachel Juay Sri Lanka, North Korea, Iran. These are just some of the countries Coco Cao ’19 has been to alone in the p...

Honor Thy Student

story | Aditya Karkera, Opinion Editor photo | Rachel Juay The upperclassman, wonderfully wise in their own ways and warily wistful in others, is as fascinati...

Lunch Tag, Lunch Tagged

story | Kan Ren Jie, Contributing Reporter image | Rachel Juay Lunch Tag has resumed and has been ongoing for the past few weeks. Using an online system, stud...