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 sprightly little children in the Cendana Dining Hall. At every meal, the young boy would walk triumphantly through the aisle of the dining hall with his small hands barely […]

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A Yale-NUS College banner, hung up during the NUS open day.

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 in a single brush stroke, I want to focus on something static that people may base their impressions upon: our architecture. There are many reasons for Yale-NUS being perceived […]

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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 College is thriving. However, campus resources are not infinite. Now that we are a full house, how do different art groups negotiate the use of our arts spaces? With […]

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