Text by Clare Isabel Ee | Image provided by Raquel Peña-Gutiérrez
For a week in April 2016, the ‘La Feria de Abril’ or 'the April fair' came to Yale-NUS College with music, food, dancing, and all things Spanish.
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Research and teaching astronomy
This summer, Professor Bryan Penprase will be leading an undergraduate summer programme at the California Institute of Technology (CalTech).
Students reinterpret stories of Sook Ching massacre
In April, a group of Yale-NUS students staged the second installation of 清Qīng, which sought to reimagine stories from the Sook Ching massacre.
Yale-NUS student tops NYT writing competition
Angela Ferguson's essay, titled ‘The death of comfortable education’, clinched first place in the university category of the International New York Times Writing Competition.
Yale-NUS and NUS students win Tata Crucible Campus Quiz
Yale-NUS student Rohan Naidu and NUS postdoctoral student Shivam Bharadwaj, have won the international finals of the Tata Crucible Campus Quiz.
Peer counsellors offer a listening ear to students
P.S. We Care is a student-run organisation that provides one-on-one confidential peer counselling for Yale-NUS students by offering peer counselling beyond office hours.
Telling the story of Singapore by spatial reasoning
Last semester, in a first-of-its-kind collaboration, Yale-NUS jointly conducted a course, called Urban Spatial Reasoning, with the Future Cities Laboratory (FCL).
Growing food on campus
Yale-NUS students learn to grow food on campus through course on “Food ecology and evolution”
Creating a chain for growth
This year, three Singaporean students at Yale-NUS College are the inaugural recipients of the Alberto Duran Study Award.