Rich flavours, rich history

There is no lack of food establishments on campus, but few have been around longer than these stalls have. Rachel Chiu and Edwin Chan speak to the owners and employees of three of NTU’s longest-running food stalls, established more than 10 years ago.

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Matriculated and married

More Singaporeans are choosing to get married later, but some NTU students have bucked this trend by tying the knot. Megan-Nicole Lye speaks to these students about their love stories.

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A date with death

Death is a taboo topic, but an NTU module is helping students talk about it. Rachel Chiu and Edwin Chan speak to the module’s lecturer and students to find out about their discussions on mortality.

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Made with love

How do students turn their crafts into trades? Megan-Nicole Lye finds out from three undergraduates who run their own artistic businesses.

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Ink-redible pursuits

While tattoos are taboo to some, there are others who embrace the art and are determined to pursue careers in the ink profession. Samantha Koh speaks to one such student to find out more.

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Turning to telegram

Telegram chats and channels, which make NTU students’ lives easier, are gaining popularity on campus. Edwin Chan speaks to the founders and users of various NTU Telegram communities to find out more

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Peculiar pastimes

What do students do in their spare time? Megan-Nicole Lye speaks to three undergraduates with eyebrow-raising interests.

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Going intern-ational

While many students choose to remain in Singapore to complete their internships, there are some who take the road less travelled by going abroad. Rachel Chiu talks to three adventurous former interns to find out more.

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