Zayden Ineffable writes about how Jungian thought can be helpful in navigating University Life as a student.
Year 3 alumnus Chee Meng reflects upon the construction of the public space intervention project that they and their teammate Andrew embarked on. Taking a final physical form of an anamorphic sculpture, the project prompts viewers to contemplate the concept of happiness.
Undergraduate Sven Tan reflects on current times where people are no longer allowed overseas and are now forced to stay in the country due to the pandemic.
Second-year undergraduate Willis Lau explores the tree behind our College’s name and on Singapore’s five-dollar bill: the tembusu tree.
Third-year undergraduate Jaryl Siaw shares the insights and joys he gained from the past two years as part of Tembusu College.
As the journeys of some Tembusians reach their conclusions, hastened by a coronavirus outbreak, Ng Chia Wee reflects on what it truly means to have the courage to say goodbye.