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New residential education programmes for hall residents

Launched this semester, the second phase of RE@NTU brings a slew of new activities to the Halls of Residence
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Chat group alerts students to free buffet leftovers on campus

The student-led Telegram group has become hugely popular, but food science experts warn of potential food contamination risks
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Hey millennials, you’re doing fine

By Ginnette Ng Facebook is usually a space for sharing new memes or discovering easy dinner recipes. But of late, it has been inundated with
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Back to the future

He is 23, but his interest goes all the way back to 2700 BC
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One more episode won’t hurt

By Adeena Nagib A few months ago, I binge-watched 54 one-hour episodes of Peaky Blinders every day for four days. Tuning in to the British g
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ADM design takes IKEA by Ström

A team of NTU students won the IKEA Singapore’s Young Designer Award with a game-changing storm drain that generates electricity from floodw
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Do it yourself this Halloween

As the end of October approaches, Clara Lee shows you how you can get into the Halloween swing without causing a dent in your wallet.
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Soaring through the skies, drone-style

The newest televised sport on ESPN is gaining popularity in Singapore and NTU
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Combat sports: Safety first

NTU students call for more stringent safety guidelines and regulations in light of muay thai tragedy at the AFC
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Cheating with the right meals

For athletes with strict dietary regimes, having cheat meals can throw them off their meal plans, unless they follow these rules
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Students invent food recycling bin to manage food waste

A group of NTU students is changing the way we deal with food waste with an invention that converts leftovers to plant fertiliser
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Redefining success in Singapore

By Candy Choo “Dirty job” or “low class”? These are not terms that many would use to describe a firefighter or a police officer. Embarrassin
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Monkey sightings on the rise

ACRES advises students not to feed or provoke these wild animals if and when they encounter them on campus
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Taking the stage

Juggling a music career with full-time studies is no mean feat, but a genuine love for their craft keeps these three musicians going. Tiong
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Lessons Singapore football can learn from the country’s swim team

By Ignatius Koh Two of Singapore’s biggest sports have come under scrutiny in recent years. While the Republic’s swimmers have scaled to unp
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