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Volume 25, Issue 4

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Lifestyle

Singing on the streets

More Singaporean youth have taken to the streets to showcase their talents in recent years. Rachel Chiu speaks to one such student...

Other stories:

A heart to serve

Beyond the classroom

Sign-ing up to interpret

Rich flavours, rich history

Matriculated and married

Opinions

Removing exams and rankings can be counterproductive

On 28 Sep, the Ministry of Education (MOE) announced several changes to our examination system in a bid to shift student emphasis away from grades and back to learning.

Other stories:

Building a more inclusive Singapore for people with disabilities

Combating sexual harassment in universities

Loving people with mental illness

Grief, the elephant in the room

The great weight debate

Sports

Women's football faces uphill battle at university championships

Despite fielding fewer players due to competition requirements at the Asian University Football Championship, the women’s football team remains undeterred.

Other stories:

A community in cricket

SUniG 2018: Going for gold

Is it fair for athletes to take sports modules?

Asian Games: The highs and lows

The price to play

Infographics

Halloween horrors

This Halloween, our graphic artists speak to NTU students about the spookiest campus ghost stories they like to tell.

Other stories:

The arc of learning

Mad about mooncakes

Spotlight

Tradition in transformation

The NTU Chinese Medicine Clinic treats ailments ranging from sores throats to colds. Photo Editor Theodore Lim visits the clinic to debunk...

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Struggling to stay together

Campus commuter woes

Stop and smell the rosé