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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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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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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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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
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Record number of exchange students causes enrolment woes

Exchange students who faced issues with course registration call for more classes and efficiency in processing module requests
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NTU alumni to receive $1,600 in course credits

Under NTU’s new initiative, alumni can now upgrade themselves through reskilling and upskilling courses offered by the University
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NTU rises to become Asia’s top university

While some students believe that the new ranking will benefit the student body, others feel that it is not the most important indicator of s
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No degree class tag but soft skills still important

The new nomenclature will help graduates be more competitive job applicants, but HR professionals say soft skills and experience are equally
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New residential education programmes for hall residents

Launched this semester, the second phase of RE@NTU brings a slew of new activities to the Halls of Residence
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Chat group alerts students to free buffet leftovers on campus

The student-led Telegram group has become hugely popular, but food science experts warn of potential food contamination risks
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ADM design takes IKEA by Ström

A team of NTU students won the IKEA Singapore’s Young Designer Award with a game-changing storm drain that generates electricity from floodw
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Students invent food recycling bin to manage food waste

A group of NTU students is changing the way we deal with food waste with an invention that converts leftovers to plant fertiliser
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Monkey sightings on the rise

ACRES advises students not to feed or provoke these wild animals if and when they encounter them on campus
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Embrace change or end up on the wrong side of history, says DPM Tharman

Speaking at the inaugural NTU Majulah Lecture, DPM Tharman stressed the need for constant change and experimentation in our education system
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No more chit-chat with NTU bus chatbot

Previously used to check bus arrival times on campus, the NTU Bus Arrival chatbot has since ceased operations