Yale-NUS Student

Putting Things in Perspective

Guest columnist || Zachary Mahon Photo used with permission from Yale-NUS Admissions I decided to write this piece in light of the recent events and discussions that have taken place within Yale-NUS, whether online, in person, or through another medium. It was brought to my attention that members of our community particularly the class of […]

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Joan of Arc

Chastity and Psychology Class

Guest columnist || Amanda Lee Photo from http://badcatholic.co Living out my Catholic identity on the Yale-NUS Campus has been a difficult and wonderful experience. It has been wonderful because people are open to listening. I’ve shared my beliefs, about how we honor but not worship Mother Mary, about the structure of mass, about the Divine […]

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Sophomores studying abroad

Not in Asia, For the World

story Regina Marie Lee photo Christopher Khew In January 2015, Keziah Quek ’17 will be in London visiting art museums and galleries, while taking four modules in the Arts and Humanities. She is part of a group of 12 sophomores who will be the first batch of students from Yale-NUS College to do a semester abroad. She […]

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Editors’ Note

Dear Readers, As we write this note, November is drawing to an end. What a semester it has been! In three months, we have doubled in size, participated in an exchange with NYU Shanghai and ratified our first student government constitution, just to name a few events. As a community, we have also engaged in […]

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Topping Out Ceremony

The Marriage Contract

Spandana Bhattacharya, Joyan Tan Photos used with permission from Yale-NUS College Public Affairs The birth of Yale-NUS College is the result of a marriage like no other. It brings together two “great” universities—Yale University and National University of Singapore (NUS)—in a bid to create a distinct college, or as Yale-NUS’ promotional materials express it mathematically, […]

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