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Be the Change You Want to See – A Student Change-maker in NUS

Be the Change You Want to See – A Student Change-maker in NUS

(Photo Courtesy of Jeffrey Lee)  As the recently elected President of the NUS Students’ Union (NUSSU) 39th Executive Committee, Jeffrey Lee oversees over 300 undergraduate appointment holders to work towards a forward-looking Union that is inclusive, relevant and engaging, but most importantly, one that provides accountability and wholehearted service to the student body. NUSSU The...

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Behind the Scenes: Packing your Welfare Packs

Behind the Scenes: Packing your Welfare Packs

The Welfare Pack Giveaway is one of NUSSU Welfare’s largest projects, and literally thousands of welfare packs reach students all over campus every semester … but have you ever wondered how? Hemaa Shruthi Sekar, the External Vice Chairperson of NUSSU Welfare, was kind enough to share a behind-the-scenes view of the Welfare Pack giveaway this semester...

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Upcoming NUSSU Events for Sem 2 AY2015/16

Upcoming NUSSU Events for Sem 2 AY2015/16

Wondering what’s happening on campus this semester? Check out our comprehensive guide on the fun-filled activities and events organised by the NUS Students’ Union (NUSSU) and its constituent clubs and committees in the coming weeks! For more updates, visit NUSSU’s Facebook page. BIZCOM Infinite Bazaar An exciting marketplace event by the NUSSU Business Committee (BIZCOM)...

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The 5 Biggest Stories of 2015: How NUS Played a Part In History

The 5 Biggest Stories of 2015: How NUS Played a Part In History

It’s been an eventful year for Singapore, which has experienced a roller coaster ride of epic highs and lows. From mourning the death of its greatest state leader, to celebrating the significant milestone of its 50th year of independence. Here are the top five stories of 2015 in which Singapore’s “most loved school” played a part...

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NUS Inter-Faculty Games 2015/16

NUS Inter-Faculty Games 2015/16

The NUS Inter Faculty Games (IFG) 2015/16 came to a close on 18th of September after three weeks of intense competition. The Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine clinched the coveted Tan Chorh Chuan Challenge Trophy this academic year. Students across the 10 different faculties and Yale-NUS College competed in over 20 sporting events including...

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Meet Your Future President: NUSSU Elections In a Nutshell

Meet Your Future President: NUSSU Elections In a Nutshell

With the NUS Students’ Union (NUSSU) internal elections coming up on 12-13 September, The Ridge speaks with both leaders of the running teams, to find out who they really are, and what their plans for NUSSU are if elected. With the non-faculty club representatives successfully elected and the results of the faculty club representatives pending...

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Open letter on the establishment of the NUSSU Academy

Dear all,   ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NUSSU ACADEMY It is heartening to note the tremendous amount of hype and interest generated with the establishment of the new NUSSU Academy. This open letter serves to shed more light on the rationale behind the introduction of the NUSSU Academy and our twin missions.   Why NUSSU Academy?...

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Weekly Sunday Roundup – Week 12

News of the week   NUS student union organises thank you event for university’s support staff   On the evening of November 8, 50 support staff of NUS attended a thank you event organised by National University of Singapore Students’ Union (NUSSU) where they were at treated to performances, drinks and a picnic basket filled...

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[NUSSU] Running Ragged?

[NUSSU] Running Ragged?

  “Rag and Flag is an annual charity project that is part of the university’s Orientation Programme. The first part of the project – Flag, will see undergraduates from the university asking for donations all around the island for various beneficiaries. In return, the school puts up a spectacular show – Rag, to thank the kind...

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[Student Profile] Not for Fame or Glory

[Student Profile] Not for Fame or Glory

Seated across from me, in his berms and flip-flops, one would hardly guess that this was Goh Ren Kai, 34th NUSSU President. The 3rd year Economics major describes himself as an “on-the-ground” kind of President, someone who is more comfortable talking to fellow students than attending countless meetings and making grand speeches. As the President...

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