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The Death and Life of Great Halcyon RCs

Drawing on ideas from researches on public spaces, Thomas discusses the factors that determine whether a residential college's courtyard feels lively or dead.

The Spaces In-Between

“The butteries, courtyards, and sky gardens have given me a repository of memories and experiences that have answered an existential question, and will continue to do so whenever I travel from the familiar to the unfamiliar.” For our Graduation Issue, Chris tells the Class of 2019 what the ‘in-between’ spaces of Yale-NUS taught him about community and belonging.

The Children on Campus

story | Amanda Leong, Staff Editor photo | Ruchel Phua, Staff Illustrator At the start of this semester, I was surprised by the presence of two...

Is Yale-NUS Safe?

Do you feel comfortable keeping your doors unlocked? Leaving stuff around? What do you do when stuff goes missing? Amanda talks to students who have experienced theft at Yale-NUS College.

Unwelcome to our Campus

story | Yip Jia Qi, Opinion Editor photo | Yip Jia Qi Although Yale-NUS College as a student entity is diverse and by no means painted...

Managing Arts Spaces on Campus

story | Nicholas Lua, Features Editor photo | Serena Jael Quay Eleven recognized arts groups and a steadily growing student body: the arts scene at Yale-NUS...

Detailing the Distinct Architecture of Yale-NUS

story David Chia, Arts Editor In July 2010, Yale-NUS College’s parent institutions—Yale University and the National University of Singapore (NUS)—posed a challenge to Pelli Clarke Pelli...

Campus as Blank Canvas: The Hidden Nooks and Crannies for Art

story Pham Le Vi, Contributing Reporter photos Serena Quay, Photographer A new campus is an empty canvas for us to paint our stories and traditions, likes and dislikes....

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