Discovering the museum on campus

In celebration of NTU Museum’s tenth anniversary, a map was launched to point students to the various artworks in NTU, including pieces by students.

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Distance points to be removed from hall admission criteria

Students living farther away from NTU will no longer be given priority when applying for hall; campus life participation will be given more weightage instead.

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Birds colliding with glass buildings in NTU

These collisions, caused by the birds’ difficulties in identifying reflective surfaces, result in death or injury.

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More students say no to plastic bags after levy kicks in

Students decline these bags to save money and the earth, but others say $0.20 is too little for them to change their habits.

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Online food-ordering platform slows queues during peak hour

Online food-ordering platform slows queues during peak hour.

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Express bus services help ease morning crowds

These four new routes are part of a trial that will last till the end of the semester, and students hope they will help to alleviate overcrowding.

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Poor business forces stall vendors out of Pioneer Food Court

Rather than the estimated 2,000 visitors per day, stall owners said they see 500 customers at best.

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Increased wildlife sightings due to construction

Most of these monitor lizard and snake sightings were at Halls of Residence 9 and 10, worrying residents about safety.

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