Month: September 2017
DON’T PANIC!: A Freshman’s Guide to the Tembusu Galaxy (Part 4)
In Part 4 of DON’T PANIC: A Freshman’s Guide to the Tembusu Galaxy, we look at the upcoming mid-term exams. Also, door hangers by Rachel Tay for the frazzled college student.
RIP Chester Bennington
On the 2 month anniversary of Chester Bennington’s suicidal passing, Bach reminisces about the lead singer of his favourite band in his first orbituary. #RIPChester
Expedition Reflection: Sighting an Elephant (in Borneo)
For the past two weeks, Treehouse has invited Tembusians who went overseas on College expeditions to share their thoughts and reflections. This week, Ng Keng Gene reflects on his experiences during STEER Borneo. 11 May 2017, Thursday Seven pairs of participants with travel essentials in tow collide with a row of taxis outside Miri […]
The ‘Inevitable’ Cynicism of Youth
Lin Ziyi explores the inevitable cynicism of youth, in an edited version of her winning entry to the International New York Times Asia-Pacific Writing Competition 2016.
Expedition Reflection: STEER China
For the next few weeks, Tembusu Treehouse will be inviting Tembusians who went overseas on College expeditions to share their thoughts and reflections. This week, Noel Wong reflects on his experiences during STEER China. tWild expedition? What’s that? Those were some of my initial thoughts when I first signed up for this expedition. I wanted an […]
Debate, Disagreement, Democracy – for a resilient Singapore?
Non-Constituency Member of Parliament Leon Perera recently spoke to Tembusuians at the invitation of Tembusu’s public policy interest group Polity. Bryan Kwa reports and reflects on Mr Perera’s take on how to build a resilient Singapore that would stand the test of time.