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Appreciating our unsung heroes

By Wee Rae A few years ago, my grandfather worked as a cleaner in a secondary school. He carried a “wet floor” sign, a mop and a pail, up an
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North and South poles: An explorer’s playground

Besides courage and patience, explorer Mike Horn’s family is what helps him tide through difficulties in his expeditions around the world
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New semester, new perspectives

PHOTOS: FONG WEI JIE ART DIRECTION: BELICIA TEO, CHRISTY YIP
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Nothing but the breast intentions

Photos and writing by Dayna Yin I never thought that breastfeeding would become such a big part of my life. Before you think congratulations

Vol. 24 Issue 05

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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The survival of words in our online jungle

By Alicia Teng “Can you cut down on the text by half? People won’t read it.” That was the first comment I received from my editor on a trave
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Internships in unlikely places

Internships allow students to develop work experience, and some places present this experience in unconventional ways. Dayna Yin explores su
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Raising the bar for fitness with calisthenics

Relying solely on bodyweight to build strength and endurance, calisthenics is set to become the next hot fitness trend
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Students say vending machine cafe convenient but costly

While the Ma2 Vending Cafe at Crescent Hall offers a wide selection of hot meals round the clock, students feel that prices are on the steep
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Learning outside the box

Learning can often be enhanced with experiences outside the classroom. Clara Lee takes a look at modules that went beyond the textbook to ch
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No need to speed into adulthood

By Ginnette Ng How do people around the world celebrate their children’s passage into adulthood? For the Jewish, boys celebrate Bar Mitzvah
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Superstitions in sports

Athletes, coaches and fans alike turn to superstitions for success
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Prof Andersson: A president to remember

With his presidential term drawing to a close, the Nanyang Chronicle sits down with Professor Bertil Andersson as he shares his fondest memo
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Going off the beaten track

This semester break, take the road less travelled and explore some uncommon holiday destinations. Tiong Linshan speaks to three internationa
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Focus on issues that will shape our future: Shanmugam

More discussion is needed about the important challenges Singapore faces, says the Minister of Law and Home Affairs