A Ramadhan in the Halls
What is Ramadhan and Hari Raya Eid al-Fitr? What exactly are the experiences associated with such events? Find out as our writer talks about how she and her friends participate in fasting and festivities in NTU’s halls!
Never felt more alone(ly)
Ever had moments where you feel alone in university? You’re not alone. Read to find out our writer’s thoughts on this matter and ways to cope with this feeling of loneliness.
Is Staying in Hall Worth It?
Crazy social parties, never-ending supper runs, late night heart-to-heart talks… Hall can be a home away from home for many, but is it really for everyone? Our writer shares her experience and some factors to consider before moving in.
A Step Within Borders: The Singapore Universities Student Exchange Programme (SUSEP)
Thinking of applying for SUSEP? We hear it from three NTU students who have been there, done that. They delve into what to expect plus more about the different learning environments of NUS and SMU.
Are Overseas Experiences Still Possible in the Pandemic? Virtual Stints May Be the Answer
Travel restrictions are dashing our hopes but that does not mean that we should rule out overseas stints! Find out how you can join regional programmes while staying in Singapore.
Which Hall Fits You Best? Here’s the Lowdown on the A-Z of Hall Cultures
Are you excited to find out which hall you’ll be going to? Every hall is unique, which is why we’ve created a guide on everything you need to know about hall events and cultures.
Humans of NTU #1: Dawn Kwan
In our first post in Humans of NTU, watch Dawn share how she began her journey with her craft, the inspiration behind some of her works, as well as the difficulties she faces as an artist.
#KeepCalm… and Get Your Life together
With finals in a week, here’s how to get your life together.