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As with most newspapers, the Nanyang Chronicle has to adapt to a new media landscape and how audiences consume news.

The Chronicle’s transformation will occur during the 2019-20 academic year and will involve students, faculty, alumni and media partners.

While this happens, we will publish a few articles on the Chronicle website written by first-year students from the Basic Media Writing course and edited by a faculty member.

We look forward to the launch of a new online version of the Nanyang Chronicle in August 2020.


NTU’s new anti-harassment module draws scepticism from students

In the wake of media reports last month on sexual harassment in tertiary institutions here, NTU’s Student Life Team announced that an online module on anti-harassment will be introduced in August for all freshmen and student organisers of orientation programmes.

Other stories:

Two campus cats killed this year spark safety concerns

Food Kakis app plans shelved after slow take-off

NTU students: Singapore should be open to non-Chinese PM

Hacking for a good cause

Bringing the arts to campus


NTU YouTubers

With more young Singaporeans flocking to YouTube for their daily dose of videos, Krishveen Kaur speaks to three final-year NTU students who have started their own YouTube channels and finds out their reasons for wanting to step into the limelight.

Other stories:

All about laughs

The final dance

Reigniting the passion for plays

A community for car lovers

Fighting the stigma of mental disorders


New fake news laws are a short-term fix

We have all had our brush with it, one time or another. It may find its way to our social media feed, written like an ordinary news piece to trick us into believing its authenticity..

Other stories:

Thrifting: the cure to fast fashion

Art should be celebrated, not banned

We need to talk about feminism in Singapore

The perks of being a young parent

Reducing plastic waste: the long road ahead





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NTU Modules: A wish list

Over the summer break, the Nanyang Chronicle conducted an online survey to find out what fictional modules NTU students wished existed. Our graphic artists illustrate some of the best answers.

Other stories:

Brain-boosting bites

A smart campus

NTU: brick by brick

Food is where the heart is

Exciting electives


Streetwear with an Asian twist

What started out as a passion project for Brendan Kor, 21, has evolved into a local streetwear label known as The Toxic Friends Co. (损友公司). Kor’s brand has been featured on multiple media outlets, including CNA and lifestyle publications. Photo editor Joel Chan finds out more about the brand’s origins.

Other stories:

Chasing his dream one trim at a time

Jazzing up rims with spray paint

Flying for the first time

Working with wood

No break to the hustle