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Prof Andersson: A president to remember

With his presidential term drawing to a close, the Nanyang Chronicle sits down with Professor Bertil Andersson as he shares his fondest memo
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Going off the beaten track

This semester break, take the road less travelled and explore some uncommon holiday destinations. Tiong Linshan speaks to three internationa
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Focus on issues that will shape our future: Shanmugam

More discussion is needed about the important challenges Singapore faces, says the Minister of Law and Home Affairs
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Fight stress with Confidants

With exams and deadlines around the corner, study stress may start to pile on. Dayna Yin speaks to the student Confidants from NTU’s Univers
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Busan’s silver screen magic

Deputy chief editor Paige Lim shares her experience at the 22nd Busan International Film Festival, as part of the pioneer batch of students
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Record number of exchange students causes enrolment woes

Exchange students who faced issues with course registration call for more classes and efficiency in processing module requests
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SUniG 2017: Won some, lost some

The University came in second place in the annual competition despite double wins for the bowling, floorball and basketball teams
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Sorry to burst your bubble

By Ginnette Ng People were screaming and running in all directions, ducking behind cars as the sound of gunfire reverberated halfway through
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Raise your glass and your GPA

It takes a lot of sweat to succeed, so remember to stay hydrated. The Nanyang Chronicle serves up four drink-inspired looks for a fresh styl
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NTU alumni to receive $1,600 in course credits

Under NTU’s new initiative, alumni can now upgrade themselves through reskilling and upskilling courses offered by the University
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Debut of North Hill halls in upcoming IHG

A year since their opening, the three halls at North Hill will make their debut in the Inter Hall Games in December this year
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Exchange rates

With the exchange application period just around the corner, it’s time for you to manage your purse strings with the Nanyang Chronicle’s exp
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NTU rises to become Asia’s top university

While some students believe that the new ranking will benefit the student body, others feel that it is not the most important indicator of s
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A fish out of water

Nanyang Business School alumnus Melvin Sim tells photojournalists Christy Yip and Hazim Zulfadhli why he left his job at a modern multinatio
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Leaving the age of phone calls

By Natalie Choy A few weeks ago, I caught up with a close friend over the phone — a communication medium that I have not been using since my
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