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An orientation camp with a difference

Tamarind Hall’s pioneer batch of students overcame the odds to spearhead the hall’s first-ever freshmen orientation camp
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Food for thought: Tackling food waste in NTU

National Geographic Emerging Explorer Tristram Stuart dishes on how to make NTU a zero food waste campus
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Internships boost students’ employability amid rising unemployment rates

Two in three students from NTU’s Class of 2017 found employment before graduation, even as unemployment rates rise due to structural changes

Vol. 24 No.01

The latest issue of The Nanyang Chronicle is out! Pick up a print copy from the newsstands at canteens, libraries, and all around campus.
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Show some support for young hawkers

With an aging hawker scene, young hawkers represent our future and they need more recognition to keep going
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Let’s not expect our MRT to be the Shinkansen

By Ginnette Ng As we make our long daily commutes back to Pulau NTU, students might find themselves with an extra task these days – to facto
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First batch of PPGA students graduate

The inaugural batch of 71 students from NTU’s PPGA programme have attained their degrees
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The future is female for football

Football may be viewed by many as a “man’s sport”, but women’s football is fast gaining popularity around the world, including in Singapore
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Rise in parking rates draws mixed reactions from students

Some are upset, but others say it means a greater availability of parking lots
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Life in plastic? Not so fantastic

Despite the slew of environmentally-friendly initiatives Singapore has undertaken in the last few years, do we, as consumers, actually consi
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New initiatives at NTU Fest 2017

Students welcome new changes at NTU’s biggest event of the year held on campus for the first time
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Is becoming a Smart Nation a smart move?

With the ever-changing advancements in technology, both our nation and university have been trying to keep up with the concept of a Smart Na
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All roads lead to NTU

We’re Pulau NTU – no matter where you stay, travelling to campus can be a chore. The graphics team evaluates all modes of transportation ava
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New blood, same goals

Despite missing out on the gold for last year’s Singapore University Games, NTU’s netball, handball and cross-country teams have brushed the
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One hit at a time: Road to KL

SEA Games athlete Timothy Goh reveals the challenges he faced along the way, and managing his time between school and family, in preparation
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