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  • 3 August 2018: Spontaneous humour: Yale-NUS stu...

    By Kevin Low | Images as credited From 15 – 18 March 2018, performers from Yale-NUS College’s improvisational theatre (improv) troupes participated in the Singapore Improv Festival 2018. Held at the Aliwal Arts Centre, the festival hosted a variety of shows and workshops over four days, with improv performers (known as improvisers) flying in fro...

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  • 1 June 2018: Masters and Doctors: Yale-NUS alum...

    By Kevin Low | Images as credited   After graduating last year, the alumni from the inaugural Class of 2017 chose many different paths: some went on to find gainful employment in various organisations around the world, while some chose to pursue further studies in various fields, from literature to life sciences and medicine. In...

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  • 6 April 2018: Gone but not forgetful: Alumni ke...

    By Kevin Low | Images as credited The Class of 2017 alumni have embarked on the beginning of their careers or are navigating the avenues of further studies. But they have not forgotten their roots – many have returned to their alma mater to bring back some of the lessons from their experiences to the...

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  • 2 February 2018: Yale-NUS alumni keep the spiri...

    Text and images by Kevin Low Upon graduation, Yale-NUS alumni are required to move out of their residential colleges. International students tend to return to their home country, while many Singaporeans go back to living with their families: a common practice in land-scarce Singapore. Some Class of 2017 graduates, however, opted to keep the spir...

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  • 19 May 2017: From suites to suits, Yale-NUS gra...

    By Daryl Yang | Images as credited Having completed their four-year liberal arts degree at Yale-NUS College, some graduates of the pioneer class will be diving straight into the working world. While some such as Manas Punhani (Class of 2017) and May Tay (Class of 2017) will be joining multinational corporations such as global management...

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  • 12 May 2017: Making social impact with the libe...

    By Daryl Yang | Images as credited As the first class of Yale-NUS College prepares to graduate in a few weeks’ time, some students have committed themselves to applying their liberal arts education to meaningful careers in the social services or healthcare sectors. One such student is Daryl Tan (Class of 2017). A major in...

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  • 5 May 2017: Graduates from Yale-NUS’ first clas...

    By Valerie Yeo | Images as credited Tara Dear and Ling Xi Min are amongst graduating students who will be taking up prestigious fellowship offers. Image by Aleithia Low As the pioneer batch of Yale-NUS students consider various post-graduation options, some of them will be taking up prestigious fellowship offers from organisations around the wor...

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  • 2 May 2017: Yale-NUS Students work with Skillse...

    By Michelle Soto | Images provided by Dianne Araral, Callysta Thony and Monica Kim On 15 March 2017, three Yale-NUS students, Dianne Araral (Class of 2020), Callysta Thony (Class of 2018) and Monica Kim (Class of 2020) were featured on an episode of a local Chinese language show called ‘Hello Singapore’ for their work with...

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  • 28 April 2017: Building a legacy of Senior Clas...

    By Baoyun Chelsea Cheo (Class of 2017) | Images as credited As Yale-NUS College prepares for the graduation of its first class this May, the Class of 2017 united for their final parting gift to the College community in February during the College’s inaugural Senior Class Gift (SCG) Campaign. Led by a committee of seven...

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  • 21 April 2017: Graduates from Yale-NUS’ first c...

    By Daryl Yang | Image by Weave for Yale-NUS College While Joan Danielle Ongchoco (Class of 2017, above) will be graduating from Yale-NUS College later this year with the rest of the inaugural class, her connection with Yale-NUS will continue as she heads to Yale University to pursue a PhD in Cognitive Psychology. “I was...

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  • 16 April 2017: Sustaining an interest in sustai...

    By Daryl Yang | Image by Aleithia Low As the pioneer batch of Yale-NUS students is set to graduate in May 2017, some of them will head to one of the College’s parent institutions to continue their studies. Chua Wan Ping and Xie Yihao (both Class of 2017) have been selected as the first two...

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  • 7 April 2017: First graduating Yale-NUS class e...

    By Daryl Yang | Images as credited Before members of the Class of 2017 could count down to their graduation from Yale-NUS College, they counted down to the deadline for their capstone projects. A unique aspect of the Yale-NUS curriculum is the original capstone project which all students undertake with the guidance of Yale-NUS faculty...

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