Why does Justin run for NUS, as a Yale-NUS student?

Why I Chose Team NUS

story | Justin Ong, Managing Editor photo | Justin Ong The first and most obvious reason why I joined Team NUS was simply because there was no one in school who would be willing to run obscene distances with me four times a week. Even if there were, it would only be that small handful, […]

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Say No to #Paggro

story Justin Ong, Staff Writer On my first day of college, I distinctly remember the former Dean of Students Kyle Farley strongly discouraging the creation of any confessions pages on social media. In such pages, most of these confessions were harmless, or even humorous. However, some of them expressed outright hatred and rampant discrimination. His […]

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What Week 7 Meant to Us

story Justin Ong, Contributing Reporter What does “learning across boundaries” mean? Being introduced to this phrase heading into Week 7, I was mildly skeptical as to whether this could be possible. After all, all my previous experiences with “experiential learning” trips involved organized assignments, daily reflections and structured syllabi that limited each student to a guided […]

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The Butteries are Opening

story Justin Ong, Contributing Reporter The wait is finally over. This Friday, the Saga and Elm butteries will open, while Cendana’s will open on Sunday. In the lead-up, the butteries have been hiring and training staff, buying equipment, and firming up the menu and finances, said Elm Buttery Associate Manager Jay Lusk ’18. New equipment and […]

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