Products that are certified made in NTU

Art markets are thriving, and everyone wants something customised to call their own. For bespoke trinkets that won’t break the bank, Lifesty

Beyond the HOCC backstage

Lifestyle writer Kezia Tan takes a closer look at the thrills and spills of preparing for the HOCC, with dance powerhouses Halls 1, 8, 12, a

The wildlife of Pulau NTU

NTU is affectionately known as Pulau NTU not only because of its remote location, but also because of its wildlife. Here are a few documente

Refuel with NTU’s newest eats

Two polar opposite refuel stops have arrived at NTU. Follow Lifestyle Writer Kezia Tan as she explores the clean and wholesome multinational

Theatre invades NTU

Encore or bore? As one dramatic Final Year Project tries to spread the theatre bug across campus, Lifestyle writer Claudia Tan gets behind t

11 things you do at school that might be harming your body

Student life is hard, but don't let it take a toll on your body.

The joy of learning: Workshops starting at $25

Take learning out of the classroom with Lifestyle writer Megan Koh’s recommendations on workshops to spice up your semester.

Tales of an unconventional exchange: From Croatia to Mumbai

Nanyang Chronicle Lifestyle brings you around the world with four NTU students who have visited unconventional exchange destinations with re

How they celebrate Christmas abroad

For many exchange students here in NTU, December means they can finally return home in time for Christmas. We catch up with three NTU exchan

The best of Singapore International Film Festival 2016

Screening over 160 feature and short films from 52 countries, the Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) puts your other movie plans
Birds of paradise. PHOTO: GABRIELA LIM

Unwinding with nature: Garden-themed cafes in Singapore

As garden-themed cafes blossom in Singapore, Lifestyle writer Gabriela Lim takes you on a food hunt in search of tranquil places to immerse

A bar on campus? Here’s what we think about the newly opened Pen & Inc

Since Pen & Inc opened its doors at the North Spine Plaza a month ago, it has been attracting a steady stream of patrons. Lifestyle writer L
COLOURFUL KALEIDOSCOPE: The Nasir ol Molk in Shiraz is predominantly pink - like the roses that thrive in the region. PHOTO: AQIL HAZIQ MAHMUD, LOUISA TANG, MATTHEW MOHAN, NICHOLAS TAN AND SAMUEL HE

Basking in Iranian Warmth

Chief Editor Nicholas Tan shares his experience during a 10-day traverse through the Persian landscape, as part of a team of 16 student jour
The Art, Design and Media School (ADM) throws an annual Halloween celebration for its students to come together over spooky Halloween-themed games and photobooths. PHOTO: ADM STUDENT CLUB

Care for a scare? Halloween Haunts on campus

Spooky fun awaits us as Halloween arrives once again. Lifestyle writer Syed Ebrahim Al-idrus takes you through the celebrations thrown by th
CELEBRATING THE WEIRD: Maya Banno plays Sachiko Haruno in The Taste of Tea, a little girl who has a giant version of herself following her. PHOTO: PERSPECTIVES FILM FESTIVAL

Perspectives Film Festival 2016

Lovers of film and cinema had much to rejoice when the Perspectives Film Festival (PFF) returned for its ninth consecutive year.