Tag Archives: freshmen

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.
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6 Best Ways to Beat Freshman Flab

Quick meals, junk food and the lack of a fitness regime – a day in the life of a university student. Don't let the flab get the upper hand with these tips.

4 Ways to Beat Freshman Stress

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New school, new squad and a totally new academic programme. Here’s a handy guide to navigating this new chapter of your life – the Freshman year.

From One SMU Parent to Another

Having been by his daughter's side through an intense first year at SMU, what advice would Irina Sia’s father give to parents of incoming freshmen?

An Open Letter to Incoming Freshmen. Signed, Sandra.

If you want to know what freshman year holds for you (or for your child), there's no one better to ask than Sandra Tan. Having just completed her first year, she shares what life at SMU holds for our incoming freshmen.
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SMU Events Every Freshie Needs to Check Out

While the idea of starting freshman year in uni is exciting, it often comes with some level of trepidation and the question: "Will I be able to fit in?" Don't fret. Here’re some freshie events that will help you start SMU life on a high!
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SMU Law: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the SMU Law Galaxy

Studying law is a little bit like exploring the outer rim of a new galaxy—an adventure waiting to happen, so says SMU Law undergraduate, Grace Goh. Here are the three things that SMU Law has taught her thus far on this university adventure.
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Demystifying Accounting at SMU-EY AIP

The annual SMU-EY Accounting Immersion Programme (AIP) invites participants from the Junior Colleges and Polytechnics for a two-day camp held in SMU for the purpose of demystifying accountancy to the students participants and exposing them to accountancy as a career and field of study.
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