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Volume 25, Issue 6

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Lifestyle

Having fun with fitness

Getting fit is now made easier with more workout classes on campus as part of a fitness programme by the NTU Sports and Recreation Centre (SRC) and Health Promotion Board (HPB).

Other stories:

Strike a pose

For the love of filmmaking

Backpacking around the world

Singing on the streets

A heart to serve

Sports

Team effort necessary to ensure safety during IHG

Sport safety comes under the spotlight as the Inter-Hall Games (IHG) draw to a close. The Joint Hall Sports Council calls for greater collaborative efforts among student athletes and team captain to prevent injuries.

Other stories:

Recruitment woes for IHG teams

Winter sports in sunny Singapore

Women's football faces uphill battle at university championships

A community in cricket

SUniG 2018: Going for gold

南苑

学生自组财务官训练营

如今,那些对社团财政管理感兴趣的同学,可以在南大一个别开生面,由学生主持的训练课程中得到第一手体验。

其他:

上演生死离别 情节悲伤催泪

其实,我们还有成绩以外的教育

特殊学生如何勇敢克服大学生活的挑战

在线教学有待改进

麻辣香锅在校园掀起“热”潮

Infographics

Food is where the heart is

All around the world, the start of the new year is a time for gatherings and feasts. With Chinese New Year fast approaching, our graphic artists spoke with six students to find out about the New Year dishes that mean the most to them.

Other stories:

Exciting Electives

Halloween horrors

The arc of learning

Mad about mooncakes

Spotlight

Working with wood

He might have completed an accountancy diploma in polytechnic, but first-year ADM student Yee Chien Ping decided to ditch the numbers in university to pursue his interest in wood crafting.

Other stories:

No break to the hustle

Tradition in transformation

Struggling to stay together

Campus commuter woes

Stop and smell the rosé