A heart to serve

More students are spending their free time helping others, outside of school volunteer groups and activities. Lifestyle writer Edwin Chan speaks to three NTU students who are making a difference in others’ lives and finds out their motivations.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 4

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 from NTU to find out about his love for busking.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 4

Beyond the classroom

First introduced in 2014 to provide a holistic education for students living on campus, the Residential Education programme is now in full force in every Hall of Residence. Samantha Koh finds out more about the activities under this programme.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 4

Sign-ing up to interpret

Some NTU students are taking their sign language skills a step further by learning how to interpret for the deaf. Wong Wing Lum speaks to three students about what inspired them to become interpreters.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 4

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.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 3

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.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 3

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.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 3

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.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 2

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