Looking Back: 6 Things Year 4s Would Have Done Differently in University

From being involved in activities to having a career goal in mind, a few seniors share their advice for a more meaningful university experience.

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OP-ED: What Multi-Cultural Singapore Can Take Away From The Black Lives Matter Movement

OP-ED: The George Floyd incident, which led to the return and surge of the Black Lives Matter movement, has spurred us to reflect and educate ourselves about racism not only on a global level, but in our home country as well.

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Influencer Talk: Chasing Dreams and Passions

It’s a longstanding debate: can you truly pursue your passion as a career? At our Fireside Chat Series, lifestyle blogger Yeoh Mongchin (@mongabong) and Mediacorp 987 FM DJ Charmian Tan (@charmiantyx) share about carving out a career from their passion.

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5 Valentine’s Day Dates To Avoid

Being single on Valentine’s Day can be rough – but nothing beats having a bad date on Valentine’s Day, one that is a total disaster. In these situations, you mustn’t panic, or get disheartened. If anything, look at it as a hilarious memory, a story you can narrate for years to come.

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Surviving Valentine’s Day When You’re Single AF

Written by Shermaine Lim Welcome to the second part of U-Insight’s Valentine’s Day trilogy, where our writers give (hopefully helpful) tips on how to survive this yearly affair catered for the couples, the broken-hearteds and the singles When the poet Carol Ann Duffy takes to the subject of love, the heart becomes an onion. As a…

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4 Quirky Valentine’s Day Date Ideas To Impress Your S.O

We know planning the perfect Valentine’s day date can be stressful – so we’ve specially curated four unique date ideas!

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