An attempt to come to terms with the allegations against Dr. Fernando, who once defined so many aspects of Tembusu life, and to reclaim what it means to be hospitable, to be a home, to be Tembusu, to heal once more.
Undergraduate Voon Jung shares his thoughts about entering Tembusu College during this trying period, and reflects on what it means to feel lost.
Lance Wu explores “cancel culture”, and what it means for social media, free speech, and the relationship between ordinary people and the powerful.
Third-year undergraduate Jaryl Siaw shares the insights and joys he gained from the past two years as part of Tembusu College.
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.
Marshall Too reflects on the changing dynamics in Tembusu after an 18-month absence.