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Peculiar pastimes

What do students do in their spare time? Megan Lye speaks to three undergraduates with eyebrow-raising interests.
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Taking the first step

Residents of the new Tamarind and North Hill halls help to create hall culture by starting their halls' first dance and jam band teams.
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Going intern-ational

While many students choose to remain in Singapore to complete their internships, there are some who take the road less travelled by going ab
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Work smarter, not harder

While being hardworking does get the job done, Kames Narayanan explores ways to complete more tasks within a shorter time frame
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Just stick to Plan A

If success means giving your all, then perhaps we should ditch our back-up plans
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Seeing double

While many students know what growing up with a sibling is like, few would know what growing up with a twin is like. Kimberly Ng speaks to f
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Dancing through open doors

Students often use their university years to try out new things. Xener Gill speaks to three prolific dancers who picked up dancing only in u
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Ordinary owners, not so ordinary pets

Whether they are big or small, typical or atypical, pets bring the same feeling of happiness to people. Toh Xun Qiang speaks to two students
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De-stressing on the daily

The academic pursuits of Singaporean students often lead to high stress. Kames Narayanan finds out ways to manage this
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Off the streets of NTU

In recent years, streetwear has been gaining traction in Singapore. Kimberly Ng explores why students are willing to invest in this culture
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Veggie tales

With veganism becoming a growing trend in Singapore, Kimberly Ng finds out why some students have taken to this lifestyle
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Ways to secure a job

Peak season is in for students rushing to find internships or jobs. Wee Rae finds out what help they can get from NTU career coaches and con
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Foreign faces, local places

With an increasing number of exchange students spending a semester or two in NTU, Xener Gill explores how they cope with life in Singapore
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One voice, different sounds

Jazz, choir, and a cappella. All vastly different styles of music, but Toh Xun Qiang discovers their use of similar vocal techniques that he
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Turning passion into possible careers

While most students would take on a job related to their university degree, Xener Gill speaks to three students who are exploring career pat