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

As discussion continues on Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat’s comment that older Singaporeans might not be ready for a non-Chinese prime minister, NTU students at the NTUSU Ministerial Forum offer practical steps to help create a more open mindset.

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Hacking for a good cause

Inaugural hackathon HackNTU opens the door to hacking for the everyday student

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 9

Bringing the arts to campus

The Nanyang Arts Festival 2019 held from February this year made the arts more accessible to the NTU community, doubling the workshops conducted on campus and collaborating with external vendors for the first time

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NTUSU: Consultations with students prompt latest S/U survey

Results of the student union’s latest survey may drive changes to how students can be graded for their courses

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Brewing up a storm for the second time

The School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering brings back its beer brewing competition this semester due to popular demand

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Supporting social causes through social media

This year, the annual Social Impact Week organised by NTU’s Welfare Services Club was refined to better allow students to contribute to social causes in their own ways - through the use of social media.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 7

Maritime Business Society launches inaugural Maritime Discovery Night

A networking workshop catered towards both students and speakers, the Maritime Discovery Night brings together employers and prospective hires, speed dating style.

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FUSE and JASH to merge in new academic year

The merger of the Joint-Hall Music Festival and Joint-Hall Bash hopes to bring more hall residents together in the upcoming academic year.

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