Going off the beaten track

This semester break, take the road less travelled and explore some uncommon holiday destinations. Tiong Linshan speaks to three international students who regale with travel tales from home

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 University Wellbeing Centre on how self-care is the best care when it comes to stress management

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 enrolled in the Overseas Film Festival Practicum course at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information

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 style this finals season

To plug in, or not?

It’s the last leg of the semester and students are plugging in to their favourite playlists as they begin their exam revision. Clara Lee looks at how music can make or break your study session

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.

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 Linshan goes backstage to find out how they do it

Eating healthy on campus

With increasing national attention on healthy eating, Dayna Yin finds out how some NTU students go the extra mile to maintain their diets

Breaking down the walls with virtual reality

For its 10th anniversary, Perspectives Film Festival looks beyond the big screen to celebrate cinematic genius. Tiong Linshan uncovers how the film festival is pushing the limits of the movie-going experience by screening virtual reality films for the first time