Apr. 21 2014

Soh Yi Da: Helming a Students' Union at the Crossroads

Despite being more than halfway into his term, Soh Yi Da, president of the NUS Students’ Union Executive Committee (NUSSU Exco), is showing no sign of slowing down. On the…     Read More

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She uses jewellery to advocate peace

In 2007, Pamela Yeo enrolled in law school at the National University of Singapore with an ambition to make a difference in the lives of the underprivileged. But the 24-year-old…     Read More

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NUS opts digital route for education revamp

In its effort to enhance the use of information technology on campus, the National University of Singapore will channel S$5 million into a new fund called the LIF-T, or “Learning…     Read More

Take time to travel, urges NUS President

Take time to see the world. In so doing, you will discover more about yourself too. This was NUS President Professor Tan Chorh Chuan’s key message to the audience as…     Read More

34th NUSSU Exco: Goh Ren Kai elected President, rival Clovis Tan fills uncontested Welfare post

The 34th National University of Singapore Students' Union Executive Committee (NUSSU Exco) was elected in a marathon 14-hour session held Sept. 22.

In a keenly-fought election, Goh Ren Kai…     Read More


Soh Yi Da: Helming a Students' Union at the Crossroads

Despite being more than halfway into his term, Soh Yi Da, president of the NUS Students’ Union Executive Committee (NUSSU Exco), is showing no sign of slowing down. On the…     Read More

Gunning for the Top – Jasmine Ser’s Olympic Medal Quest

As the only locally born athlete selected as a potential Olympic medal winner for Singapore in the 2012 London Olympics, Jasmine Ser is determined to bring back an Olympic medal for Singapore, even if…     Read More

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All in a Month’s Work

As the December holiday comes around, most of us just want to slack and chill. But not all of us – last December, some of our peers spent their holidays in rather unconventional of…     Read More

Stepping out in faith

I feel like I should start by saying, this article isn’t an evaluation of any religion, or a representation of some belief. It is merely a commentary on my personal…     Read More