11 October 2014 marks the end of my first 8-week-long term in the Singapore Management University Master of Business Administration Program. To be honest, I was pretty apprehensive about the workload at the start of the program.
Ever wondered what it feels like to conduct your everyday activities in complete darkness? SMU student Justina Quek gives you a taste of it through this blog post about an event organised by the SMU Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) team, together with the Singapore Association for the Visually Handicapped (SAVH), called Dining in the Dark. Read on to find out how the students in attendance coped with their virgin experience of venturing into the unknown. Sense and sense-ability?
虽然是从SMU研究生办公室领到了这个写SMU MBA blog的任务，但由于本身自己也想写些什么来总结自己这一年多来的经历，于是就一举两得了。下手之前也想了很久该遵循怎么一个结构，但是千头万绪，于是就只能尽量写的有逻辑一些吧。今天先开一个头，争取在整个blog中，写一写我自己这一年经历的MBA学习、校园活动、工作实习以及一些感触。写的内容不代表任何其他人，更不代表学校，只是希望能给看到的人一个角度，也给自己留一个记录。
Now that mid-term is almost over, it’s time to reward yourself with a good meal! Student blogger Damini Roy shares five hidden gems around our city campus that you can explore without burning a hole in your wallet!
It is Week 7 where most students are busy with mid-terms and project deadlines. If you've been camping out at school thinking your meal options are limited and find that your expenses are only heading upwards, student blogger Damini Roy will surprise you. She shares 5 tips on how you can survive under $50 a week here at our city campus.
College usually plays host to lots of colourful characters, and SMU is no exception! Student blogger Kritika shares her tongue-in-cheek taxonomy of SMU students. A must-read!