You Are Not Alone: Multiple Touchpoints for Mental Resilience

As a university committed to look after the mental wellbeing of its students, SMU has rolled out a framework that not only teaches them how to stay mentally healthy and resilient in their university years, but also well beyond their graduation.

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What Is Intrusive Parenting, and How Does It Shape the People We Become?

The level of autonomy a parent grants can influence their child’s cognitive and behavioural development, according to a study conducted by Germaine Tng Yue Qi, a first-year PhD in Psychology student at SMU.

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Exchange in the Great White North

Well-known for its astronomical sights, Canada was the destination of choice for SMU Business alumna Cheong Yi Hua when she was deciding on her semester exchange programme. Read all about her takeaways and adventures in the Great White North.

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Back to School Essentials – the Covid-19 Edition

Even as Singapore fights its latest wave of Covid infections, university students across the island are eager to get back their on-campus college lives. Here are some tips on how we can prioritise our health and safety as the nation adjusts to living with the endemic.

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5 Budget Tricks to Upgrade Your Home Learning Space

With the latest extension of safe management measures, it looks like our remote working and learning stints are not coming to an end anytime soon. Check out these hacks to upgrade your personal space on a budget for an instant mood lift.

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An inclusive and diverse U

Student Karl Gan shares how SMU's recent “Building a Culture of Inclusion Within Institutes of Higher Learning” conference has impacted how he sees society. Read More

The Googley affair

SMU student Astha Kalbag recently had an opportunity to sample the ‘Google Experience’ firsthand. Read about the lessons she learnt, and the fun she had. Read More