In it's first year, Yale-NUS College felt more like a summer camp.

Memoirs of the Halcyon

story | Vasudha Kataruka photo | Anshuman Mohan, Bozy Lu, Yale-NUS Admissions From RC4 to the New Campus Growing from 150 students to a full house in the past four years, there has been a large evolution of the Yale-NUS experience. For the Classes of 2017 and 2018, one of the most noticeable differences was […]

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Yale-NUS College offers 14 different majors.

Major Decisions

story | Neo Huiyuan, Arts Editor and Pham Le Vi, News Editor photo | Rachel Juay “I’ve just declared my major,” Svetlana Kekutiia ’19 announced to me as she entered the suite. It would be nothing unusual—the Class of 2019 has been declaring their major this past week—except that it was Monday, March 20, and […]

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Elm College Dining Hall

Common Curriculum Needs to Go

story | Terence Anthony Wang, Arts Editor photo | Rachel Juay As with most grand ideas, Yale-NUS College’s Common Curriculum started out with a noble cause. It aspired to “draw on the strength of the liberal arts tradition while addressing the needs of the current century”, providing a “range of skills and modes of inquiry”. […]

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Inquiries into Scientific Inquiry

story | Ren Jie, Contributing Reporter photo | Yang Xuerui The Scientific Inquiry (SI) course, a part of the Common Curriculum, has seen significant changes over the past few years. Previously, the wide range of scientific topics was scrapped in favor of a more focused investigation of evolution and cosmology. This year, freshmen focused exclusively […]

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