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The private made public

Sharing your private information online may not necessarily be a bad thing
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No place for elitism here

Being an institution that opens its doors to students from all walks of life is what makes the University unique and vibrant in the first pl
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Opinion: When our conversations about racism fall short

Being judged on my skin colour has always felt inescapable, but racism reared its ugly head in an especially uncouth manner for me, when I w
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Drawing block

Life around NTU
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Building networks of friendships

In our eagerness to make beneficial relationships, many of us overlook forging genuine, deep friendships. We hang out in large groups of fri
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Hope amid division in Trump’s America

I am here in this country at a time when its people seem most divided; a time when tensions are starkly high, when protests against new poli
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What I learned about education

As my maturity grew with life experiences and having learned the importance of doing what you love and loving what you do, I started to ques
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Changing and growing with NTU

The open concept of the North Spine, with sunlight filling the corridors, the new buildings in the South Spine and the fresh new look that m
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Young at heart, but old school?

I have realised that age truly is but a number, and learning never ceases, even if everyone else around you is from a different generation.
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What anger can turn you into

By Gowri Somasundaram After an argument with my brother, my living room reeked of talcum powder for an entire week. I had, in a fit of ire,
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Seeing Donald Trump win up close: A Singaporean’s take on the US elections

WKWSCI student Hillary Tan is on exchange at the University of Missouri in the US. He was with a group of Clinton supporters the morning whe
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Canteen talk: What exchange students think about President Trump

Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential elections has been a major talking point. What are your thoughts on the new American President
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Local or foreign talent for Singapore sports?

While debate continues to brew over the integration of foreign talent into local sports, coaches say that embracing foreigners remains impor
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Frankly, my dear: No longer in it to win it

I grasped the absolute nature of winning by the tender age of six. Back then, everything was a competition. Cohort rankings, writing contest
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Editorial: The changing media landscape

It is now official. Singapore Press Holdings’ (SPH) The New Paper (TNP) and My Paper will merge at the end of the year to form a new TNP.