What was the secret society on campus, and what did they do?
Are we prepared for the worst? Khym asks.
Singapore’s minimum salary for an Employment Pass hikes to $3,900. Terence writes about what it means for Yale-NUS.
Finding a place among a map that has already been drawn - Sarah talks about her experience of navigating Yale-NUS as an outsider.
COVID-19 has changed the world around us. Here is how Yale-NUS is affected.
For most professors, tenure is the holy grail. How can we, as students, contribute to a professor’s chances of getting tenure? Dion reports.
story | Ryan Ma | Staff Writer Photo | Google Maps Street View As a non-religious person, I’ve never been a fan of churches. Don’t get me wrong — I love visiting church buildings, especially when they are historically or architecturally significant. But it’s one thing to amble awestruck through St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City amongst a throng of tourists when mass is not in session. It’s quite another, however, to be sitting in a religious service. As a child, being stuck in the middle of a devotional session had always evoked in me a deep-seated discomfort, a primal
story | Xie Yihui, Staff Writer photos | #FightforWuhan Chinese Student Association in North America On the first day of the Lunar New Year, 5.86 million overseas Chinese students woke up not to festivity from home, but to news of a surging number of coronavirus patients and saddening reports — real and fake — flooding the internet. The new coronavirus is the first national crisis that this generation of Chinese university students have experienced. Among many other things, Chinese students abroad must reconcile the many conflicting emotions they feel. As of Feb. 16, 2020, the number of infected patients
Shikhar shares his experience of fighting for the climate, and the world.
At Yale-NUS, we enjoy a great degree of freedom of speech. But why do we silence ourselves on the topic of sexual violence on campus?