Month: April 2018
On the importance of alchemy and theory crafting, or, a farewell to my college.
Yet another soppy senior goodbye reflection piece on Treehouse? Could Treehouse have gotten staler and full of itself? Reuben Wang reflects on his time at Tembusu College.
Activism and Idealism
Last month, Mr Louis Ng, Member of Parliament and Founder of Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES), spoke to Tembusians as part of the Disrupted by Conflict series. Denise Goh and Isaac Neo reflect on the insights they gleaned from the session.
Facebook Pages: Paying to Shape Your Mind?
Ryan Quek looks at the issue of sponsored posts from political pages on your Facebook News Feed, and how to deal with this issue.
Ideas for a radically different Tembusu
Have you ever imagined a very different Tembusu College? In this article, Yang Long shares a few radical ideas to challenge what many of us have held sacred about our college for a long time.
Why Singaporean politics seem more and more Americanised
America may be half a world away from Singapore, but it affects Singapore society more than you may expect. Reuben Wang explores the hidden American influences that pervade Singapore politics, and explores why this may be the case.