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.
The article aims to shed some light on this hermit nation- the DPRK (“North Korea”). Instead of a day-to-day account of my 8-day trip to North Korea that will probably bore everyone, with the benefit of hindsight, I believe that the key takeaways can be distilled into 4 significant and interesting observations.
In a special edition of the Day in a Life, Lee Mun Yee and Jarratt Ong ‘speak’ to Misty about his life as college cat.
Taking a break from all that studying? Come by the lounge on level 11, and you will find yourself face to face with three small trophies lined up in a corner. Look a little closer, and you will see that it is inscribed with the words “Dodgeball Champions”. It does look rather pathetic, […]
Mui Kai Yuan puts together a photo essay on one of the most adored cats of NUS.