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.
Student activists are gaining more attention and enjoying greater success. But what about the rest? Sarah-Kei writes a personal response.
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.
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 article aims to shed some light on this hermit nation- the DPRK (“North Korea”). Instead of a day-to-day account of my 8-day trip to North Korea that will probably bore everyone, with the benefit of hindsight, I believe that the key takeaways can be distilled into 4 significant and interesting observations.
The story of how University Town came to be. Journeys of growth amidst difficulties. Tensions between choices and identities. Five inspiring stories took centre stage at Tembusu Polity’s “15 Minutes” event, themed “Discovering Possibilities”. Chia Wee reflects on this event from the audience’s perspective.