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Feeding Singapore: A Hungry City in a Fragile World

Singapore's heavy reliance on imported food is gradually being threatened by global conditions of open markets, free trade and the onset of climate change. David Chen and fellow Masters alumni suggest tapping into Ag-tech.
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Can Passion Pay the Rent?

While plunging straight into the corporate world is probably the next step for most people after graduation, the traditional career path isn't for everyone. Can there be a future chasing your passion?
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To Venice and Kassel: Our Study Mission in Arts and Culture

What better way to learn about arts and culture than to visit the very countries where it lives and breathes in the utmost grandeur. Sarah Goh introduces us to the Arts and Culture Management Study Mission in this contributed article.
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SMU Social Sciences: Hardly a Mundane Day to be Found

There's hardly ever a mundane day at SMU. It hasn't always been rosy for SMU social sciences undergraduate, Sarah Huang, especially when she was ailing from a slipped disc. But things have a way of righting itself when you have your friends to pick you right back up.
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Growing Wiser with Age: Community Involvement with Rachel Tan

They say you can’t help getting older, but you don’t have to feel old. SMU sophomore, Rachel Tan of the Lion Befrienders Programme, a youth led programme to visit the homes of the elderly shares with us how there is indeed a child in everyone, silver tresses or not.
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