Game of Thrones may be taxonomically listed next to Lord of the Rings or Eragon as masterpieces from the genre of medieval high fantasy, but it vandalises the tropes found in historical high fantasy since Tolkien wrote The Lord of the Rings. Where Tolkien and Lewis imagined knights and noble crusaders, the people holding political […]
The Tembusu Tuesdays interview series aims to reconnect Tembusu with its alumni by learning about their current endeavours and having them share their wealth of experience with current Tembusians. How did you find your experiences living here in Tembusu? Being in Tembusu was one of the best experiences of my life. It was a […]
Pass the Paper Please is Treehouse’s attempt to recreate the traditional One-Sentence game within Tembusu College. This is each house’s attempt and take on their own house animal.
In the aftermath of his Arts Week performance, Wei Xiang offers a few thoughts on comedy, and reflects on the importance of laughter.
This poem by Blake Goh is our final feature from the Treehouse Writing Blitz, written in the stairwell, about the stairwell.
“Spaces are inextricably bound to the stories we tell about them – these are articulated in names, memories, and how they’re used. ” Erica Lim reflects on the narratives we build into brick and concrete, into spaces and places we come to call our own.