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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. read more

Venturing into Wanderland

Ngoc Internship in Atlanta
The myriad of global exposure opportunities at SMU was a big factor for Ngoc in her university selection. From overseas community service projects to summer internships in Atlanta, US, here's what her learning journey has been like. read more

60 Seconds With…

If you've only got 60 seconds, how would you describe what is it like studying in Singapore and SMU? We caught up with Akshay, Ngoc and Jiwon and put them to the 60-second interview. read more

A PhD in Hacking?

Don’t be deceived by Su Mon Kywe’s girl-next-door appearance—she’s a hacker who’s going places. Find out why this SMU PhD student is both excited and sad to end her 9 years of SMU student life. read more

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