Monday, October 18, 2021

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Wisha Jamal

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Wisha is a debater and aspiring journalist from Pakistan. She spends her (occasional) free time hiding in Cendana and binge watching stand-up comedy on Netflix. Her other interests include writing fiction, streaming cat videos on Facebook and procrastinating. She intends to major in Global Affairs but has no idea what she'll do with that degree.

Leones Luminantes: A History of the Secret Society on Campus

What was the secret society on campus, and what did they do?

Reflecting on International Womxn’s Day

Yale-NUS saw lots of International Women’s Day events last week. Wisha asks if we are doing enough.

The ‘Money Matters’ exhibit reminds us that money does matter at Yale-NUS

Talking about money often makes people acutely uncomfortable. The ‘Money Matters’ exhibit shows us that we shouldn’t stay quiet. Wisha tells us more.

“The Spirit Is Willing But the Flesh is Weak”: Why are Freshman Lectures So Empty?

How often did you attend Common Curriculum lectures? Alex and Wisha explore the yearly phenomenon of decreasing lecture attendances.

Financial Aid Now Available For Testing Learning Disabilities

Suspect you have a learning disability? Need the funds to get it checked out? The Centre for Teaching & Learning has got you covered. Wisha tells us more.

What Happens If You Don’t Fit The Yale-NUS “Mold”?

story | Wisha Jamal, Contributing Reporter photo | Peh Yi Lin, Visuals Editor   Do you feel alone in a crowd? Don’t know how to join the...

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