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NUS Sociology Society presents: Weekly Guided Discussion (Freshman edition)

    Calling out to all freshmen with an undying passion in sociology! Join the Sociology Guided Discussions every Thursday from 6-9pm at AS1-02-13 to engage comfortably in fun and intellectual discussions with your peers! Sociology truly comes alive when the opportunity for application on real world situations beckon!  Sign up now at http://tinyurl.com/sociGD to value-add your sociological experience…

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NUSSU Volunteer Profiling: Eusoff Hall

  Eusoff Hall Profiling: Lim Nian Deng   As a second year student majoring in mechanical engineering, Nian Deng sure has many things to juggle on his plate, on top of his academic pursuits. Besides having to fulfill the responsibilities as the president of the Eusoff Hall’s Choir, he is also the Head of Eusoff…

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FOP 2014: An Experience Like Never Before

In the new academic year, students matriculating into NUS will experience a Freshman Orientation Programme (FOP) unlike previous years. Firstly, the 35th NUSSU Executive Committee has decided to incorporate a carnival element into the annual Rag & Flag Day on 8 August 2014. With the theme titled “Carnival of Dreams”, all students are able to…

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Weekly Sunday Roundp – Week 11

News of the week Fire damaged NUS Research Lab Two men who were hospitalized on Friday night after a fire broke out at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have been discharged from hospital. The duo — a graduate student and a security officer — were sent to the National University Hospital for smoke inhalation….

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Weekly Sunday Roundup – Week 10

News of the week     Nature Publishing Index ranks NUS among the world’s best 50 research institutions NUS is proud to be the first institution in Singapore to break into the Nature Publishing Index (NPI) Global Top 100 list in 2012 and has surpassed itself by being placed at the 46th position among its…

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Weekly Sunday Roundup – Week 9

News of the week Tuition fee hike at four varsities; polys, ITE to follow   Four public universities have raised tuition fees – by up to 7.9 per cent – for Singapore citizens enrolling in academic year 2014 (AY2014), with some institutions implementing steeper hikes for permanent residents (PRs) and international students. Fees will also…

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Weekly Sunday Roundup – Week 8

News of the week Pharmacy students bag award for community service The North West Community Development Council (CDC) has recognised the NUS Pharmaceutical Society’s (NUSPS) work among senior citizens by conferring on it a WeCare @ North West Award at the North West Volunteers’ Night 2014 on 2 March. NUSPS is the student body representing…

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Weekly Sunday Roundup – Week 7

News of the week NUS professor “counselled” by university for Facebook posting on lesbianism  The university has counselled the National University of Singapore (NUS) professor who drew criticism last week for referring to lesbianism as “cancers”. In an e-mail to all faculty members, staff and students on Wednesday, NUS provost Tan Eng Chye said he…

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Project I Wish To Run 2014

Project I Wish To Run (iWTR) is a student initiative conceptualised by a group of medical students from the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS). The project’s inception was in 2012; it is currently in its third year. The initiative was founded on the basis of two loves: one for…

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