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Embrace change or end up on the wrong side of history, says DPM Tharman

Speaking at the inaugural NTU Majulah Lecture, DPM Tharman stressed the need for constant change and experimentation in our education system
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Breaking down the walls with virtual reality

For its 10th anniversary, Perspectives Film Festival looks beyond the big screen to celebrate cinematic genius. Tiong Linshan uncovers how t
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Mixed reactions to NTU’s “athletes-only” gym

The new gym at The Wave is only opened to college athletes, prompting some students to question if this is a necessary move
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No more chit-chat with NTU bus chatbot

Previously used to check bus arrival times on campus, the NTU Bus Arrival chatbot has since ceased operations
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In the bloom of campus artistry

From workshops to large scale art projects, the NTU Museum has been actively cultivating a greater appreciation for the arts on campus, desp
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Hall participation remains high despite guaranteed two-year stay

There may be less need for first-year students to participate in hall activities to keep their residency, but this has not stopped students
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Speaking up for our mother tongue

When Singaporean youth are unable to speak their mother tongue, they risk losing touch with their cultures too
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Follow-up measures after LT1 ceiling collapse

Lecture theatres have been inspected and given the all-clear; safety check of buildings done regularly
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Regardless of race, language or dietary preference

Singapore will truly be a food paradise only when we are inclusive of all dietary needs
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Pioneer Hall food court to reopen end-September

The new food court will offer a range of local cuisines and vending machines dispensing hot food
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After hours

Many of us stay up late at night, be it to spend time with our friends, exercise or complete our assignments. The Nanyang Chronicle presents
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A letter to Singapore’s new president

By Dewey Sim Dear President Halimah Yacob, Just a month ago, I remembered expressing my excitement to my friends that I would be able to vot
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Swimming in the right direction

NTU’s SEA Games swimmers believe that global success is attainable for the sport after Team Singapore smashed 18 records at the 2017 Games
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Seeing the meaning behind art

By Kimberly Kwek In the past few months, my social media feed has been flooded with posts of colourful dots, flickering lights and infinity
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Children with ADHD are diamonds in the rough

We should be more compassionate and less judgmental of children with ADHD
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