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OPINION: Regardless of Race or Religion

Singapore has always taken pride in its multiculturalism. And yet, the concerns of xenophobia is very much alive. SMU Law undergrad Farahna Alam sheds light on the lives of one such minority group—the Singaporean Bengalis.
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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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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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Taming the Machine?

Machines are already making decisions which can sometimes be discriminatory and infringe upon our fundamental rights. How should the law respond in these circumstances?
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