Finding Myself Through Project Triveria in Vietnam

SMU Business undergrad Leow Hui Min shares her overseas community service with Project Triveria III to Hue, Vietnam, and her unexpected journey of self-discovery.

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A Global Community Experience Made in Harvard

A chance visit to Harvard University for the Harvard College in Asia Programme 2017 was a one in a million experience for SMU Social Sciences undergrad Charlotte Kwang. Here’s what she learnt about living in a global community.

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My SMU Business Freshman Year: Norman Tay

Caught between his interest in two undergrad programme offers, SMU Business freshman Norman Tay had a tough decision to make. At the end of the day, it all came down to planning for the future.

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An Interactive Pedagogy Isn’t Just For Extroverts

With the education sector’s growing inclination towards participatory and seminar-style learning, will introverted personalities be left behind? SMU Dean of Students Prof Paulin Straughan shares her perspectives on this discussion.

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My SMU Law Freshman Year: Lydia Tan

SMU Law freshman and Global Impact Scholar, Lydia Tan shares her journey from choosing a university, tackling the dreaded admissions interview, to facing the reality of freshman year.

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Dining in the Dark: My enlightening experience

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? read more

这一年(一)

As a Chinese student, Deckie He Dong shares the experiences and challenges faced during his time in the SMU MBA programme and how the journey has enriched his life. (Written in Chinese) read more

5 tips to survive under $50 a week at SMU

SMU campus at night
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. read more

The 5 types of SMU students

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! read more

Top 5 cultural spots around Singapore Management University

Singapore Art Musuem
Art and cultural hotspots are everywhere in Singapore, right at our footsteps—especially since we’re in a school at the heart of Singapore’s bustling cityscape. So in case you’re bored this summer and find yourself in school one afternoon after running some errands or upon completing some school camps, here are five wonderful places you can check out to broaden your horizon. read more

Moving to the rhythm of SMU

With the academic year and Vivace 2014 coming up, we introduce you to three award-winning CCAs that have mastered the art of dancing to the beat of undergraduate life at SMU. read more