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Bitcoin is an energy guzzler

Bitcoin takes up so much energy, that it's feared that the cryptocurrency could push frontiers in an unwelcome territory - climate change
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Winning at roommate roulette

Living with a stranger can be a nightmare or a dream come true. Kimberly Ng speaks to three pairs of randomly allocated roommates who went f
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Wacky weather woes

By Ang Hwee Min Unusual weather has been making headlines worldwide over the past two months. Scientists say although most of these weather
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Rain, rain, go away

After prolonged wet weather here in January, Toh Xun Qiang listens to students recount their horrific experiences of being caught in the rai
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Whimsical travels

Forget planning holidays, whether by yourself or with the help of travel agencies — at the heart of the spontaneous trip is the packing up a
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Hidden in plain sight

News Writer Rafidah Raffi and Photo Editor Nicholas Koo search for little-known eating places near NTU that are perfect for the hungry stude
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New halls face shortage of recreational games players

Budget issues and a lack of hall culture are hurting interest in recreational games among residents from newer halls
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New year, new Chancellor

The NTU community welcomed President Halimah Yacob as the University’s new Chancellor at her inaugural visit to the campus this January

Vol. 24 Issue 06

The latest issue of The Nanyang Chronicle is out! Click here to view the print copy or pick it up from newsstands around NTU now.
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NTU student entrepreneur represents Singapore at ASEAN+3 Conference

Co-founder of social enterprise aimed at helping youth secure jobs represents Singapore at ASEAN+3 conference
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Teenager reports grad student for molest; 25-year-old man arrested

Male minor claims he responded to online ads for participants in a “body stimulation” study but ended up being molested in NTU grad dorm
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Putting the brakes on books

NTU is now the highest ranked Asian university in the QS University Rankings, but learning need not be limited to its classrooms. Tiong Lins
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More youth take on lion dancing

NTU’s Dragon and Lion Dance Troupe is witnessing a reignition of interest in recent years, as more enthusiasts gather to train and support o
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Hall 10’s three-time Inter-Hall cheerleading champs Razers disband

Last year’s IHCC champions, Razers, will not be part of the annual Inter-Hall Cheerleading Competition this year, disbanding after five succ
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Taking the education path less travelled

Some students have taken a longer and less conventional route to university, overcoming their fair share of challenges to adapt to universit