Second Fire at Jem

Car catches fire at Jem's carpark: Second fire-related incident to hit the shopping mall in four days.

Medical Students Officiated at White Coat Ceremony

NTU’s first batch of medical students go through rite of passage into medical profession.

NTU Unveils New Mascot

The university reveals its new mascot, Lyon, with its designer winning S$5,000 in cash.

Canteen B Is Now Koufu

Over the summer break, the South Spine canteen received a major facelift as food court operator Koufu takes over the management of the eater

Fund Your Passion

The drive to do well for final-year projects has left many investing thousands of dollars, all in the name of a good grade.

Press for Better: Former ST Chief

To ensure a quality newspaper, proper training is necessary in a changing media landscape.

Let the Good Times Roll

NTU celebrates achievements with unexpected after-party.

More Buses for Fewer Routes

Housing and Auxilliary Services (HAS) proposes to do away with shuttle bus services A and B. All existing buses are to serve route C instead

Million-Dollar Makeover for Hangar

New air traffic institute will simulate and study conditions at Changi Airport with S$72 million from a CAAS-NTU tie-up.

Have You Confessed Yet?

NTU Confessions has given students much to talk about in the recent weeks. Still, many question its credibility and usefulness.

Money Not Enough?

Halls of Residence are turning to member contributions to fund events after changes to SAO hall fund distribution.

Non-ADM Students Can Return to ADM to Study

Posters prohibiting non-ADM students from utilising its premises have been taken down.

Getting Cooler With Lasers

NTU research team makes groundbreaking discovery on use of lasers.

Cruising on Danger

Longboarders are using campus grounds to hone their skills. The Nanyang Chronicle finds out more.

Board Game Gladiators

News Editor Isaac Tan takes a peek into students' training sessions for the annual Inter-Hall Recreational Games.