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Welcome Back: The Octant would like to welcome everyone back to campus after the winter break. We hope it was enjoyable for everyone.
Happy CNY: 我们祝你身体健康(Wo Men Zhu Ni Shen Ti Jian Kang). Wishing you good health. Please enjoy your weekend with loved ones, eat lots of good food and enjoy the long weekend!
Night in the Yale-NUS Library: The 24-hour study area in the Yale-NUS College Library closed from Jan. 19 to Jan. 21. Though many students expected new light installations, they got much more than they bargained for; a model dinosaur skeleton. According to the Yale-NUS Student Government, the library will replace the lights with white bulbs at a later date.
Suppertime is back: As of 23 Jan, Suppertime has resumed operations. Just order your food online at www.9jix.sg, and have it picked up at UTown within 45 minutes. Menu options now include Chinese dumplings.
Discovering Chek Jawa: I’dECO is co-organizing an experiential learning trip to Chek Jawa with sustainability groups from other local universities on 10 Feb. NParks guides and fellow students will guide you through the fragile ecosystem. Sign up at tinyurl.com/UnisatUbin.
ICG Team Player Shortage: Team Yale-NUS is looking for three more table tennis paddlers and three more Chinese chess players. Contact the sports director, Brandon Lee ’20, if you are interested!