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Why the New College Does Not “Broaden Access to an Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts Education”

Existing commentators have explored the possible underlying dynamics, highlighted potential issues, and suggested next steps to make the best of the YNC closure and establishment of NC. Yi Ming Ng, ’21, and Rohan Naidu, ’17 step back and ask if the move is justified.

Singapore’s erratic immigration policies can destroy Yale-NUS

Singapore’s minimum salary for an Employment Pass hikes to $3,900. Terence writes about what it means for Yale-NUS.

Finding a Place on a Map That Has Already Been Drawn: An Exchange Student’s Perspective

Finding a place among a map that has already been drawn - Sarah talks about her experience of navigating Yale-NUS as an outsider.

Metal Straws Actually Suck

You’ve probably seen people walking around campus with metal straws stuck into plastic bubble tea cups. Alisha tells us why metal straws are not an end in the fight against pollution, but only the beginning.

Free Pizza Won’t Fix Our Bad Mental Health

In Yale-NUS College, the issue of overworking is always framed as an individual problem – just learn better time management skills! Francesca tells us why we need to have a more honest conversation about wellness and success.

On Justice Scalia

On Tuesday Jan 28., two and a half weeks before his eventual death, Antonin Scalia, then Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the...

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