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Cashless payments decline after Nets promotion ends

Students and some stallholders still more comfortable with cash as they think it is more familiar, convenient and safe.
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NTU Fest streamlines event to focus on school population

Accessibility and price were key considerations to appeal to the school population.
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Lower hike in hostel fees but students hope for more improvements

Poor cleanliness and flooding issues remain a concern among some students.
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Shuttered stalls start afresh

Pest-infested stalls that had their licence suspended have cleaned out their kitchens, but some customers expect more transparency.
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Dyson and NTU jointly launch Asia’s first on-campus engineering studio for students

The Dyson-NTU Studio provides a space for NTU students to work on engineering projects
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E-scooters raise safety concerns in NTU

Students report careless use and a lack of maintenance of e-scooters on campus after a series of accidents
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More competition for hall rooms expected in NTU Cluster D

Construction works due for Halls of Residence 8 to 11 will increase competition for students who are looking to secure hall rooms in the coming semesters
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Success in job searches for first batch of Environmental Science graduates

Many of them secured positions prior to graduation, in organisations such as environmental consultancies, sustainability companies and government bodies
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Breadth of knowledge important: NTU provost

Understanding technology will give arts and humanities students an advantage in their lives and careers, said Prof Ling San
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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 various fields
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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