Can I Be a Feminist?

Responding to a class discussion that left him intrigued, Jonathan Lee reflects on gender, inequality and the feminist movement – a timely piece in light of International Women’s Day earlier this month.

Guard Against Complacency: Apathy Still Exists

Student activists are gaining more attention and enjoying greater success. But what about the rest? Sarah-Kei writes a personal response.

A Straw Man Argument

Erica Lim writes about the need for disability rights in the sustainability movement, arguing that the two movements can and should work together.

An Exchange (Mis)Adventure: When You Lose Almost Everything

Not all exchanges go smoothly. Ryan Quek recounts a trip to Spain during his exchange where he loses almost all his belongings, and he shares tips on how to deal with such an ordeal, or better still, avoid such a predicament.

We Need to Talk About Senior Selection

The College Students’ Committee (CSC) recently launched a project to gather views on Senior Selection from the student body and to understand how seniors contribute to Tembusu. Isaac Neo, who volunteered as a focus group leader for some of the discussions, reflects on the feedback received.

The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye: Demythologising the Singapore Story

As Singapore prepares to commemorate the bicentennial anniversary of Sir Stamford Raffles’s arrival in January 1819, Jonathan turns to an unlikely source of historical knowledge: The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye. In this article, he reflects on the politics of remembering and forgetting, and on the form and content of Singaporean public memory.