NTUSU 30th Anniversary Writing Competition Merit Winner: “The Art of Fine Sushi”

Craving for sushi? Si Qi takes us on a sensory journey with her poem honouring our favourite Japanese snack.

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NTUSU 30th Anniversary Writing Competition Merit Winner: “a blank canvas”

What does paradise look like to you? Read Aanchal’s reflective piece as she paints dreamy hues by appreciating the small joys in life.

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It’s Not You, It’s Online Dating!

Anyone who has ever tried online dating will agree that it has its fair share of woes, which is why Beverly Chew decided to launch her own dating service – Not.A.Dating.App (NADA)!

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The Many Hats of the Enterprising Engineer

Shi Zhou Tan is many things: self-starter, sustainability advocate, prospective engineer and the list goes on. It’s safe to say that it’s his world and we’re just living in it!

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WeHiro: Changemaking With Empathy

Abigail Magdelene Fernandez is the Director of Finance & Operations of WeHiro, a local social enterprise that leverages on the power of the community to enact social change.

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Journalism’s New Horizons: A Soapbox For Students

Matthew Loh and Osmond Chia co-founded Soapbox.sg in 2019. An unbiased and independent news source for students, Soapbox is testament that the pen can truly be mightier than the sword!

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The Real Whiz Behind Artificial Intelligence

The field of AI is making huge strides every day in revolutionising our lives, and Duan Jiafei wants to be at the centre of it all. He already has a few innovations under his belt, including one that might come in handy during the pandemic!

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Brewing the Juice Behind Christy’s Inspirational Food Journey

Nothing brings people together quite like food can. Armed with this personal belief, Christy Chua started her own business, Toast Tribe, and her own independent food magazine, The Slow Press!

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How to Get More Out of Your Conversations

Talking to other people doesn’t have to be dull or nerve-wrecking! In this read, we offer you some tips on how to make conversations more meaningful.

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Accessibility in NTU: Bridging Barriers for an Inclusive Campus Environment

How do individuals with special needs navigate their way through campus? We speak to undergraduate Valerie Foo, a wheelchair user, and learn about NTU’s efforts to support her experience in school.

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