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What’s happening on campus?
Midnight Society: This new group, for anyone interested in the occult, paranormal stuffs, getting spooked, or in debunking it all, held their welcome tea on Wednesday, October 26, at 8:36 pm.
Month of Movies: To help Yale-NUS College get into the Halloween spirit, Midnight Society will be screening scary movies at 10pm every night at classroom 14 from Oct. 24 – 30. Not to be confused with Midnight Cinema, which screens movies every Thursday at 0000 hours in the Shiok Shack!
Eat your Surroundings: If you’ve ever wondered if the plants around you are edible, this exhibition is for you! Mamakan Art Collective opened Gastrogeography of Singapore on Oct. 27, and will be open Wed-Sun, 11am-7pm, at WOWhaus until Nov 30.
Berlin at NUS: Two segments of the Berlin Wall now stand at the University Town Sculpture Garden. It was unveiled by Singapore Minister of Foreign Affairs Vivian Balakrishnan, Rector of Tembusu College Professor Tommy Koh and German Ambassador to Singapore Dr Michael Witter on Oct. 18.
Bone Marrow Donation: Yale-NUS ComPact is organising a bone marrow donor registration drive from 9-10th November. This will be held below Cafe Agora and outside U-Town Koufu and will require a cheek swab and filling of a registration form.
Course Selection: The first round of course selection ended Tuesday, with round two starting on Wednesday, Nov. 2 until Nov. 4. We extend our condolences to the folks who were unable to sign up for “Money” and “The Problem of Evil”. Better luck next year!