SUniG 2018: Going for gold

Jill Marianne Arul speaks to three teams that stood out in this year’s Singapore University Games in the events of aquathlon, basketball and touch football, which achieved first and second places despite facing tough opponents.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 3

Is it fair for athletes to take sports modules?

Apart from skills, coaches take into account class participation and attitudes to even out the playing field, but some students still feel that it is unfair.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 3

Asian Games: The highs and lows

NTU-Asiad athletes recount their hits and misses from the 2018 Asian Games

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 2

The price to play

Some sports demand significant financial investment, with expensive equipment and competition fees. Jill Marianne Arul speaks to four NTU athletes about how they work around the steep prices

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 2

The race to save a life

Apart from being a valuable life skill, life-saving is a fiercely competitive sport that the NTU Lifeguards Corps competes in thrice a year.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 1

NS hinders sports careers, but still important: NTU athletes

Balancing the commitments of a national athlete while completing two years of national service is no mean feat and could hamper one’s sport progress, say NTU sportsmen.

The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 1