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Funerals: finding meaning beyond rituals

By Darren Ching A month ago, my beloved grandmother, Ah Ma, died. She was 85. Ah Ma was never particularly religious apart from the basic Ta
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Hey millennials, you’re doing fine

By Ginnette Ng Facebook is usually a space for sharing new memes or discovering easy dinner recipes. But of late, it has been inundated with
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One more episode won’t hurt

By Adeena Nagib A few months ago, I binge-watched 54 one-hour episodes of Peaky Blinders every day for four days. Tuning in to the British g
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Redefining success in Singapore

By Candy Choo “Dirty job” or “low class”? These are not terms that many would use to describe a firefighter or a police officer. Embarrassin
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Lessons Singapore football can learn from the country’s swim team

By Ignatius Koh Two of Singapore’s biggest sports have come under scrutiny in recent years. While the Republic’s swimmers have scaled to unp
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Speaking up for our mother tongue

When Singaporean youth are unable to speak their mother tongue, they risk losing touch with their cultures too
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Regardless of race, language or dietary preference

Singapore will truly be a food paradise only when we are inclusive of all dietary needs
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A letter to Singapore’s new president

By Dewey Sim Dear President Halimah Yacob, Just a month ago, I remembered expressing my excitement to my friends that I would be able to vot
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Seeing the meaning behind art

By Kimberly Kwek In the past few months, my social media feed has been flooded with posts of colourful dots, flickering lights and infinity
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Children with ADHD are diamonds in the rough

We should be more compassionate and less judgmental of children with ADHD
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Editorial: Effective shared transport system only possible with responsible users

By Gracia Lee Singapore is striving towards an integrated shared transport system, where train and bus networks link up with shared bicycles
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Show some support for young hawkers

With an aging hawker scene, young hawkers represent our future and they need more recognition to keep going
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Let’s not expect our MRT to be the Shinkansen

By Ginnette Ng As we make our long daily commutes back to Pulau NTU, students might find themselves with an extra task these days – to facto
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Life in plastic? Not so fantastic

Despite the slew of environmentally-friendly initiatives Singapore has undertaken in the last few years, do we, as consumers, actually consi
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Is becoming a Smart Nation a smart move?

With the ever-changing advancements in technology, both our nation and university have been trying to keep up with the concept of a Smart Na