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Terence Wang

Singapore’s erratic immigration policies can destroy Yale-NUS

Singapore’s minimum salary for an Employment Pass hikes to $3,900. Terence writes about what it means for Yale-NUS.

All the Signs (and Flags) at the Anti-Brexit March

On Saturday, Mar. 23, hundreds of thousands of people marched into central London to protest Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU), also known as ‘Brexit’, a process set into motion by a national referendum back in 2016. Terence shows us what he saw that day.

Editor’s Note: Our Finest Hour

Dear reader, If you are reading this article in print, you would be holding Volume X, Issue 10 of The Octant. It is, by all measures,...

The New Dean of Students Must Restore Our Trust Deficit

story | Terence Anthony Wang, Editor-in-Chief photo | Aditya Karkera, Business and Distribution   On the morning of Wednesday, May 30, Dean of Students (DoS) Christopher...

4 Year’s Time: Graduation Special

story | Sim Yi Shien and Chia Jie Lin photo | Sim Yi Shien   As Graduation Day draws closer, the urge to reminisce about our...

The 2018 Tradition Builders: A Letter from the 2018 Editor

story | Dave Chappell, Executive Editor photo | Angad Srivastava and Dave Chappell   Dear readers, At Yale-NUS College I’ve heard many variations of the following phrase: “if...

A Short Message of Appreciation

story | Daryl Yang, Guest Writer   When we think of college, we often remember our community of professors and classmates. Yet, there is another group...

An Ordinary Class

story | Cheryl Nazik Cosslett, Guest Writer photo | Yale-NUS Public Affairs   I have had many underclassmen tell me that they are jealous of our class....

A Note to My Freshman Self

story | Regina Ng, Guest Writer   Dear Freshman Regina, You know the thing they append to your name (Class of 2018 / ’18) when you joined...

On Beginnings and Ends

story | Rachel Hau, Staff Writer photo | Rachel Hau   I remember the scratchy unbreathing blue dri-fit t-shirts, a little glaringly bright, but capable of surviving...

A Tribute To Yale-NUS

story | Evan Asava-Aree   Five years ago, in March 2013, I was accepted into Yale-NUS College. Back then, it was a college that didn't have...

Lessons Learned

story | Dave Chappell, Executive Editor photo | Dave Chappell   What lesson do you wish you had known in your first year, when you started college?   Timothy...

Letter From The President

story | Tan Tai Yong, President of Yale-NUS College photo | Yale-NUS Public Affairs   To the Class of 2018: As you celebrate the completion of your...

Our Halcyon Days Are Truly Over, Now Let Us Cultivate Our Gardens

story | Daryl Yang, Guest Writer photo | Yale-NUS Public Affairs   Four years ago, almost two hundred bright-eyed students matriculated as the second pioneering class of...

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