Students’ passions come alive in varsity clubs, The Straits Times, 2 February 2014

The Straits Times carried an article on student groups at Yale-NUS College and Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). True to its status as Singapore’s first liberal arts college, Yale-NUS’ pioneer batch of 155 students have started all sorts of groups, from an improvisation comedy club to another that promotes gender and sexuality inclusivity. The article stated that students are in the midst of finalising plans for their groups, and will present their proposals to the College’s dean of students Kyle Farley later that year. It quoted Yale-NUS student Sherlyn Goh (Class of 2017), who said, “It feels good to know you have the autonomy to create something rather than join a co-curricular activity that is already there.”