The Courage to Say Goodbye

As the journeys of some Tembusians reach their conclusions, hastened by a coronavirus outbreak, Ng Chia Wee reflects on what it truly means to have the courage to say goodbye.

(Un)Dead Links: Fellow’s Tea with Funeral Director Ms Angjolie Mei

Tan Yanrong reflects on the Fellow’s Tea with the chic funeral director Angjolie Mei who has changed the funeral industry in Singapore.

Brazil, Weber, and Foucault

Jonathan Lee analyses the film Brazil’s satire of bureaucracy with reference to Weber and Foucault.

As the Flames Disappear: An Overview of Australia’s Wildfire Crisis

Vera Sim discusses the repercussions of the Australian wildfires, which have stopped only recently.

Blind-date a book: Short stories and poetry for Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, Tan Yanrong recommends short stories and poetry for everyone—no matter your Facebook status or commitment level.

Between Sound and Story: Rapper Muhammad Bahajjaj

During Arts Week and Halloween, first-year student Muhammad Bahajjaj performed his original tracks blending rap and classical music. Tan Yanrong offers a behind-the-scenes look at the experiences, influences, and aspirations behind his unique style.