No pageants in Tembusu – great! Pageants are the rite of passage to university life. Organised by all faculties and halls, it is an annual tradition dating back to the 80s. Yet, even as pageants make their mark in the various communities within the university, one particular community seems to be absent from the […]
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.
As I was writing this article, the song ‘Rock And Roll’ by Led Zeppelin aptly played on Spotify: It’s been a long time since I rock and rolled, It’s been a long time since I did the Stroll. Ooh, let me get it back, let me get it back, Let me get it back, […]
Sometimes, the past cannot be forgotten and memory triggers come from unexpected places. Today on Treehouse, Jonathan writes about leaving the military and starting school, and how his experiences in school trigger times in the military.
Paralympic Medallist and Pink Dot 2017 Ambassador Theresa Goh recently spoke to Tembusians at the invitation of tFreedom, a community in Tembusu that aims to build a diverse and inclusive college. Bryan Kwa covers Theresa’s story of self-acceptance and her fight for greater societal acceptance of both persons with disability and LGBT persons.
Reserved election, or political machination? Isaac Neo reflects on the reserved Presidential Election and examines the CMIO model and its various contradictions in its application in Singapore.