GARDENING: Stephany, 25, NTU SPMS student, helps out with the gardening to ease the manpower shortage in the Herb Garden. PHOTO: ZHENG JUNCEN

Heart for healing herbs

A nature lover's romance with the NTU Community Herb Garden began with a simple suggestion from a friend to visit the grounds. Photo editor
A wrist injury did not stop archer Ang Han Teng from winning two bronze medals at the ASEAN University Games in July. PHOTO: ZHENG JUNCEN

NTU athletes rebound from injuries

Sticks and stones may break their bones but injuries will not keep them down. Sports writer Fiona Mei Robinson speaks to three athletes who

Anders Aplin soars with the Eagles

NTU footballer Anders Aplin is living his childhood dream of being a professional footballer after signing with S.League side Geylang Intern

Female rugger tackles stereotypes head on

Broken teeth and a concussion will not stop Ong Pei Yi from donning the Singapore jersey. The national rugby player had four upper teeth pus
Hall 3’s sepak takraw captain Muhammad Firdaus (right) hopes the sport will remain a part of IHG. PHOTO: ZHENG JUNCEN

Council mulls removing 3 IHG events

Discussions to remove sepak takraw, squash and water polo starting next academic year are ongoing, but some hall residents are against the m

Canteen talk: Incentives for national athletes

As the debate rages on whether the difference in prize money awarded to Olympic and Paralympic athletes in Singapore is justified, we find o

Editorial: Understanding role of President key, debate over changes aside

Singapore’s elected presidency has seen heated debate as of late, with the Government broadly accepting recommended changes proposed by the
(From left to right) On Joycelyn: Top, Love and Bravery Skirt, The Tinsel Rack On Lydia: Shirt-dress (worn as outwear) and Dress, The Tinsel Rack On Agnes: Top and skirt, The Tinsel Rack

Dapper: Three of a kind

Although identical triplets share all of the same DNA, they have different thoughts about their own bodies. Here we explore the topic of bod

Head-turners & hard-workers: Beauty queens on campus

As schools crown their new pageant Kings and Queens, Lifestyle writer Megan Koh brings the competition to the national level and introduces
National Geographic Young Explorer Molly Ferrill (above) shares with NTU students how she uses photography as a tool to highlight issues from across the world. PHOTO: ZHENG JUNCEN

NatGeo experts save the environment one trip at a time

While many of us travel to discover ourselves or to break the monotony of school, there are others who travel because of their motivation to
Afterglow’s Raw Basil Alfredo Pizza is made with a pesto cashew spread, marinated cherry tomatoes and wakame seaweed. PHOTO: AFTERGLOW

Food that’s fresh off the farm

With Singapore’s land and labour constraints, the farming industry seems to be losing its foothold in our tiny city-state. Lifestyle writer

Battle of the supermarkets: Giant vs Prime

Is the new kid on the block really better?

A smoother ride into campus, on two wheels

Forget buses. NTU students can expect a smoother ride to the University in the future, as plans to transform the sprawling Jurong West area

Students believe NTU ranking due to strong research

But some say this comes at the expense of teaching quality, learning experience

NTU documentary on earthquake research wins awards

A documentary on earthquakes in Nepal by a team from the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) has clinched three international film awards t