What’s in a name?

May Tay Photos used with permission from Yale-NUS Singaporientation 2014 Saga. Elm. Chendana. These are the new temporary names of the three residential colleges (RCs) in Yale-NUS College. The announcement was made during The President’s Town Hall with students by the Rectors and Vice-Rectors of all three RCs in the dining hall last Fri, Aug. […]

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Lunch Tag: Yale-NUS “Speed-Dating”

Yonatan Gazit Photo used with permission from Rachel Quek Lunch Tag, held from Aug. 25 – Sept. 14 among Yale-NUS students, offers the student body a chance to grow closer through friendly competition. Students can sign up online for the event, after which they are given the name of a fellow schoolmate. The two then […]

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No Time to Breathe: A DF’s Life

Kavya Gopal, Regina Marie Lee Photo used with permission from Alyson Rozells On a typical day, Dean’s Fellow (DF) Hao Guang meets at least one or two students for one-on-one talks and clocks in two to four hours at the Writers’ Center advising students on their work. In between, he rushes to various meetings with […]

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Transman or Transcendental?

Kaushik Swaminathan The last week at RC4 featured a barrage of cryptic, and equally intriguing posters along the walls and elevators of the building. G Spot, a community of students who promote diversity and inclusivity, ran an awareness campaign in support of transgenderism using pictures of ordinary men and women such that the viewer would […]

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