Art should be celebrated, not banned

On 7 Mar, Swedish metal band Watain was banned by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) from performing in Singapore, just hours before their scheduled show...

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 9

We need to talk about feminism in Singapore

If feminism is defined as a social movement aimed at ultimately achieving gender equality in the political, economic, and social spheres, then it has been a progressive couple of years for women in Singapore.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 9

The perks of being a young parent

Over the last two decades, the median age of marriage of both men and women has increased...

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 8

Reducing plastic waste: the long road ahead

In October last year, NTU implemented a $0.20 levy for every plastic bag taken from all retail and food outlets campus-wide...

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 8

Social media: a threat to morality

In January last year, the Singapore government announced the formation of the Select Committee on Deliberate Online Falsehoods to focus on strategies to curb the dissemination of fake news.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 7

Driving change through humour and heart

A HIV-positive gay man in Singapore recently opened up about how he chose to love despite the odds in a video posted by Millennials of Singapore...

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 7

Showing appreciation towards our bus drivers

It was the first day of the semester. The Campus-Loop Red bus slowed to a halt at Lee Wee Nam Library and the doors opened with a hiss...

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 6

Citizen vigilantism may not mean social justice

In the past three years, our local media has reported on a spate of citizen vigilantism attempts gone wrong...

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 6

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