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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6 New Eateries In NTU To Tide You Through the Semester

Tamarind Hall’s mala? CresPion Hall’s Thai food? Canteen 2’s Xiao Long Bao? Sian hor. If you’re tired of eating the same food over and over again for the past few months/years, read on to find out more about the newest food places (and must-try dishes) around campus – don’t forget to grab your food kakis!

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6 Things To Do This Month: January 2020

From art festivals to pancake nights and parades, January has a lot of events lined up for the new you.

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12 Nights In Vietnam: A Page Out Of My OCIP Diary

Ever wanted to know what an OCIP in Vietnam is like? Read on to find out what one U-Insight writer went through during her 12 days there!

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6 Things To Do This Month: December

Whether your midnight cramming sessions for exams worked out or not, the long-awaited holiday is finally here! From musicals to a beach party, check out some of the events to attend this December before ringing in the new year.

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SU Awareness Day 2019: Empowering the Student Population

Ever wondered about how the different committees in the Students’ Union help to enrich your journey in NTU? Students’ Union Awareness Day aims to raise awareness about the different committees and their initiatives to empower the student body.

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U-Study 2019: The Largest Welfare Event in NTU

Relieving students temporarily from examination woes, U-Study, the largest welfare event in NTU, saw a large turnout of 5000 students.

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Nightmares On Nanyang Ave: Hall-ri-fying Stories

In the spirit of Halloween this year, we’ve compiled chilling tales starring roommates and neighbours that are so horrific – you wouldn’t wish them on your worst enemy.

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5 Things I Wish I Knew In My First Year In NTU (An International Student POV)

University is where many people learn how to be fully independent. Here’s what our writer, an international student, wishes she knew before coming to Singapore to study.

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