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Volume 25, Issue 8

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The final dance

The annual Hall Olympiad Closing Ceremony of 2019 drew to a close earlier this month, and Krishveen Kaur spoke to three final-year dancers who have dedicated themselves to this event for the last four years.

Other stories:

Reigniting the passion for plays

A community for car lovers

Fighting the stigma of mental disorders

Having fun with fitness

Strike a pose


Racing towards health

In collaboration with the Health Promotion Board, the NTU Runners’ Club piloted the use of “District Race” – a unique mobile phone application that awards points to runners for completing challenges, in its weekly Wednesday runs.

Other stories:

Team effort necessary to ensure safety during IHG

Recruitment woes for IHG teams

Winter sports in sunny Singapore

Women's football faces uphill battle at university championships

A community in cricket


制作动画短片 探讨选择性缄默症

南洋理工大学艺术、设计与媒体学院2018年毕业生王沛思(24岁)的首部二维动画剧情短片《沉默不是金》(Silence Is Not Golden)获选今年首届新加坡心理健康电影节(Singapore Mental Health Film Festival)中上映。



透过“神童”玛蒂尔达 探索学生无限潜能


从 "有故事的人" 到 "会讲故事的人"



A smart campus

Since the launch of Singapore’s Smart Nation initiative in 2014, institutions across the island have come on board to embrace digital solutions for the future.

Other stories:

NTU: brick by brick

Food is where the heart is

Exciting electives

Halloween horrors

The arc of learning


Jazzing up rims with spray paint

Spurred by his longtime interest in cars, Chang Yong Keen started a freelance business, RimsOnly, with his friend that specialises in spraying car rims in fun and creative ways. Photo Editor Joel Chan finds out more.

Other stories:

Flying for the first time

Working with wood

No break to the hustle

Tradition in transformation

Struggling to stay together