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Students told to cease brewing beer in hall

Three students brewed beer in hall and shared it with their friends, violating local laws. They stopped their operations after seven months
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NTU PEAK sees largest number of partner organisations

For the third semester running, the leadership development programme sees students work together to solve industry-related challenges across
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Vivian Balakrishnan: Young people, be idealistic

The Minister for Foreign Affairs believes that raising young visionaries is key to Singapore’s survival
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Need for higher shuttle bus frequency in the evenings: Survey

The Bus Service Satisfaction Survey identified issues such as long waiting times and bus-bunching
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A dry spell ends

Dark horses take the IHG soccer season by storm as long standing champions Hall 16 and 3 bow out of the competition prematurely
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Tan Chuan-Jin: Compassion is the way forward

Civic responsibility and personal values cannot be enforced by the government, says the Speaker of Parliament
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New mentorship programme links students with alumni

The NTU Career & Attachment Office is leveraging on the work experience of alumni to help students make better career choices
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“Netflix Tax” prompts more cautious spending among students

Students say they are likely to decrease their consumption of online entertainment and retail services in light of the digital tax roll-out,
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New schemes welcome, but focus on campus life too

Students welcome the new schemes focusing on technology, but hope more attention will be given to issues with campus life that technology al
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NTU president: We expect our students to change the world

NTU president Subra Suresh believes NTU students should receive more than just a paper degree when they graduate, with recent technological
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New Latin and Swedish electives face complications

Lack of Latin teachers and low enrolment for Swedish have derailed plans for these new courses at NTU
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Paving the roads of tomorrow

A first-of-its-kind electric shuttle is NTU’s latest move to spearhead improvements in transport technology
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New joint course between SCSE and SPMS to groom AI talent

With modules in computer science, mathematics and programming, the undergraduate course will prepare students for careers as data scientists
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E-scooter rider injured in car accident

A female student was injured on Tuesday night after a car collided with her e-scooter near the Research Techno Plaza.
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Research guidelines updated after case of alleged molestation

All ads submitted by researchers for approval must now contain a set of details required by the NTU-IRB.