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two halves of a school 

Chloe's poem explores everything it means to be Yale-NUS

Was Yale-NUS an Unusual College Experience?

Graduating senior Jasmine looks back on the four-year long Yale-NUS journey she's finally reached the end of. Here's what it all means to her.

Pritam Singh to Speak at Yale-NUS Graduation Ceremony 2021

Pritam Singh, leader of the Workers Party, will be the guest speaker at the Yale-NUS College 2021 Graduation Ceremony. President Tan Tai Yong said Mr. Singh is a “good chap”.

Ithaca, or the Long Way Home

“We seem to be in a rich cultural vein for endings at the moment, endgames to wars waged infinity and uneasy iron thrones threatening to be filled. Where conclusions can easily be undone with endless prequels, spinoffs and retcons, where do we begin to get the sense of an ending after four breathless years?” With graduation looming, Zhi Hao reflects on his journey home.

You Change Your Mind Like a Yale-NUS Student Changes Majors

It is perfectly acceptable to be unsure of your choice in major after the major declaration exercise in Year 2 Semester 2, but right before graduation? Paul talks about the endless what-ifs that plague his decision despite having had an invaluable experience with his major.

Truth is…

At Yale-NUS it’s almost a rite of passage to freak out about how well your friend seems to be holding up when you’re shivering inside. Truth is, we’re all going along a journey in our own time own pace. Be brave and own it. You’ll get there when you do. Numhom reflects “I want to be honest with you about mine.”

I Don’t Feel Like Going Home

“Now that I’m back and almost done with my final year, I do not want to go home. I want to spend every minute here until security waits at the door for me to pack my bags. It is an almost cruel irony to think at the moment I most want to stay here that this space will be gone.” For our Graduation Issue, Justin meditates on home: the one he has built here, and the one he will return to when he graduates.

The Yale-NUS Community’s Favorite Haunts

When we think of community in Yale-NUS, we often neglect to consider our more… Undead inhabitants. Al talks about ghosts.

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.

Community beyond our Campus: What happens after Graduation?

Worried about the leaving behind the Yale-NUS community after graduation? Crystal speaks to Holly Apsley, Lai Ying Tong and Angela Ferguson, three students from the Class of 2018 who currently live together, maintaining the aspects of community they love.

What if?

For our Graduation Issue, Paul turned to the Class of 2019 to ask them about their formative experiences at Yale-NUS, as well as some of their “what ifs”.

Graduation statistics from the first cohort of Yale-NUS graduates

Post-graduation statistics for the Class of 2018 have been released in the Graduate Employment Survey, shedding light on how well Yale-NUS graduates have fared in the job market. Dion reports.

Yale-NUS Graduates Secure Job and Graduate School Opportunities

story | Rachel Hau, Contributing Reporter photo | Yale-NUS College Public Affairs As of Sept. 29 2017, 90% of Yale-NUS College graduates had secured jobs, fellowships...

Familiar concerns arise over planning of 2018 graduation

story | Alysha Chandra photo | Yale-NUS Public Affairs   Some members of the Class of 2018 have expressed dissatisfaction after finding out that several details of...

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...

Class of 2017 Memories

The following are edited memories about the Class of 2017, submitted by students of Yale-NUS College.   “Yale-NUS Confessions broke the perfection bubble for me, not...

The Last Four Years, by the Headlines

From the Editors - October 4, 2013 What are we Playing For? - August 19, 2014 Dengue Outbreak on Campus - September 2, 2014 Yale-NUS Upholds Free...

Passion, Heartbreak and the Desire for Revenge: The Origins of Yale-NUS Athletics

story | Tinesh Indrarajah photos | Tinesh Indrarajah The title above may indicate the beginning of a romance novel, and that isn’t inaccurate. This...

Senior FOMO

story | Lynn Lee photo | Yale-NUS Admissions Hoa and I sat quietly as the rain fell. The soft wet darkness of the evening seemed to...

Untitled

story | Anna Evtushenko photo | Public Affairs It's I, and it's you, and it's he, and it's she. Between us we ponder the math of Cauchy, the fate...

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