College to Career: Navigate the Transition

Networking with colleagues, steep learning curves, managing relationships with your superiors… Stepping out into the workforce can be daunting. U-Insight spoke to some NTU alumni on how they navigated through a whole new environment, as they shared some valuable insights.

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A Letter on Growing Up and Moving On

Relate to the sadness of growing up and drifting away from your friends? We feel you – our U-Insight writers shared their own feelings and spoke to some of their friends about this universal experience.

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Elevate Your Looks with Fashionable Frames by FOPTICS

Zhng up your look with FOPTICS, an up-and-coming optics shop founded by NTU alumnus Raynald Zhang which boasts fashionable yet affordable frames!

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Realising Your Inner Artist with Artify Studio

Art jamming provides us with an avenue to express how we feel, create something completely new, or even just appreciate beauty in all its forms. If you’re looking for a warm and friendly studio, check out Artify Studio now!

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Rethinking Success in an Post-Pandemic World

Success is hard to define. For some, success comes in the form of a comfortable salary, while others see it as doing what one loves. Hear from NTU alumna, Genevieve Tan, about how she pursued her passion despite society’s conventional standards and judgement.

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Campus Sweethearts of the Past versus Present

How do I meet my perfect match? How we go about finding a partner has undoubtedly gone through changes over the years with generational changes in technology and mindsets. To find out how the university dating scene has evolved, U-insight surveyed 34 current undergraduates in NTU with university-aged partners, and sat down with alumna Ann Toh to talk about her campus sweetheart experience.

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Self-Care For Your Welfare

Has ‘self-care’ become a capitalist scam? Are we just mindlessly buying products just to ‘treat ourselves’? From introspection to regular exercise, our writer finds out how to balance genuine self-care and consumerism.

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Recalled to classrooms, recalling Zoom rooms

Professors often deal with awkward silences and black screens, and they feel uneasy just like us too! 3 NTU professors share with U-Insight how they coped with online teaching, and their excitement to welcome students back to classrooms.

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Facing Uncomfortable Truths as a First Year Student

New school, new classes, new people… It can be overwhelming for a freshman, but you’re not alone. Our writer shares some uncomfortable truths from her first-year experience and tips on how to cope with them.

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It’s Not You, It’s Hard to Make Friends in Zoom University

Feeling self-conscious on Zoom? Awkward pauses during breakout sessions? We feel you – find out how fellow students coped with Zoom Uni, and tips on how to step out of your comfort zone.

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