Waste Not, Want Not: Redefining Uglies with TreeDots

Following a trip to Europe which opened his eyes to possible ways of reducing food waste, SMU alumni Nicholas Lim and Tylor Jong decided to set things in motion with their social enterprise, TreeDots.

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SMU-X Projects Take Chatbots and VPAs to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

SMU undergrads team up with Singapore’s the Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the SMU-X initiative to find new and innovative solutions to improve the safety of Singaporeans overseas.

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The Road Less Travelled: My Time in Peru-dise

Europe is perennial a favourite when it comes to student exchanges. But for undergrad Yuveen Suresh, he decided to take the road less travelled at exotic Peru.

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‘Nudging’ Consumers to Reduce Plastic Waste

Singapore produces more than 800k tonnes of plastic waste a year, with only a fraction recycled. SMU Assoc Prof Hannah Chang suggests that a simple nudge could bring about a significant behavioural shift.

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Is it Possible to Juggle CCAs and Studies, And Survive?

How can you find a balance between maintaining a stellar GPA score and participating in a CCA that you love? We spoke to a couple of student leaders to get tips.

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The X factor in SMU-X

Would you rather be memorising case studies from a textbook or stepping out and learning through real-world opportunities? SMU-X Academic Director, Assoc Prof Gary Pan and SMU student Sean Lim share what the "X" in SMU-X really means. read more

How I Dealt with the Pressures of Being a Scholar

New environment, new learning style—it's quite a lot to take in at one go, much less having to juggle a double degree and scholarship requirements at the same time. SMU Economics and Business alumna Farah Natalya shares her tough but highly rewarding experience. read more