Why Singaporean politics seem more and more Americanised

America may be half a world away from Singapore, but it affects Singapore society more than you may expect. Reuben Wang explores the hidden American influences that pervade Singapore politics, and explores why this may be the case.

What I learnt in my 2 years at Tembusu

As he reaches the end of his 2 year residence in the college, Yang Long takes this timely opportunity to look back at the 5 biggest lessons he has learnt at Tembusu. These lessons reflect his constant struggles in the last two years to reconcile both displacement and belonging.

A Day in the Life of Misty

In a special edition of the Day in a Life, Lee Mun Yee and Jarratt Ong ‘speak’ to Misty about his life as college cat.

A Day in the Life of Ms. Sara Kuek

The finale of the Day in a Life Series sees Ms. Sara Kuek shares more about her role as Manager at Tembusu College, overseeing the various administrative functions of the college. She also discusses the Tembusu Ambassadors and their role in the college.

A Day in the Life of Christine (The Dining Hall Supervisor)

The next instalment of the Day in a Life Series sees Ryan Quek interview Christine, the supervisor of the dinner shift in the dining hall. She shares how a typical day goes and how she feels about student’s opinions of the dining hall.

The Third Year Experience

Isaac Neo reflects on what it feels like to be a Third Year Student in Tembusu College, in response to his reflections on his Freshman and Sophomore years.