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Volume 25, Issue 9

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NTU’s new anti-harassment module draws scepticism from students

In the wake of media reports last month on sexual harassment in tertiary institutions here, NTU’s Student Life Team announced that an online module on anti-harassment will be introduced in August for all freshmen and student organisers of orientation programmes.

Other stories:

NTU students: Singapore should be open to non-Chinese PM

Hacking for a good cause

Bringing the arts to campus

NTUSU: consultations with students prompt latest S/U survey

Brewing up a storm for the second time


All about laughs

A student-initiated stand-up comedy night held last month saw some NTU students having their first go at being stand-up comedians. Krishveen Kaur finds out more about the highlights of the event.

Other stories:

The final dance

Reigniting the passion for plays

A community for car lovers

Fighting the stigma of mental disorders

Having fun with fitness


Art should be celebrated, not banned

On 7 Mar, Swedish metal band Watain was banned by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) from performing in Singapore, just hours before their scheduled show...

Other stories:

We need to talk about feminism in Singapore

The perks of being a young parent

Reducing plastic waste: the long road ahead

Social media: a threat to morality

Driving change through humour and heart







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Brain-boosting bites

With the semester drawing to a close and examinations fast approaching, our graphic artists highlight five health foods to prepare you for the academic battle ahead.

Other stories:

A smart campus

NTU: brick by brick

Food is where the heart is

Exciting electives

Halloween horrors


Chasing his dream one trim at a time

Raiyan See has been a barber for a year, giving haircuts in his Hall of Residence. The 22-year-old aspires to take his dream one step further and open his own barber shop someday. Photo Editor Joel Chan finds out more.

Other stories:

Jazzing up rims with spray paint

Flying for the first time

Working with wood

No break to the hustle

Tradition in transformation