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Preparing for a Return to Life on Campus

Preparations for Singapore’s transition to endemic living has been in the works for quite a few months. Just how ready are university students to return to physical lessons? Hear from four SMU undergraduates as they weigh in with their ... Read More

5 Ways To Celebrate the Holidays Away From Home

The past year or so has been tough on those studying or working far from home, and it does not get better during the festive season. Here are some tips on how you can not only survive spending the holidays in a foreign land, but hopefully also ... Read More

Living with Covid for the Long Haul

Covid-19 has left its indelible effects on the global economy, the environment and our people. As we prepare ourselves to live with the pandemic for the long haul, what are some ways to mitigate its fallouts as a society?

Swipe Your Way to Mental Wellness in Just 10 Apps

Even as mental wellbeing receives more attention as a vital part of our overall wellness, many still underestimate the importance of good mental health. Let these 10 apps help you navigate your way to a healthier mind so that you can get more ... Read More

5 Tips on How To Survive on $50 a Week at SMU

Studying in a city campus does not necessarily mean you can only rely on costly food and entertainment options. Check out our five tips on how you can have a blast in your university years at SMU without breaking the bank!

#HI2020: Bouncing Back Stronger with Anna Quang

Like many before her, SMU Lee Kong Chian School of Business alumna, Anna Quang got a foot into the door of a tech firm even before graduation. But unlike her seniors, her plans of a smooth transition from graduation to first career ... Read More

A Law Degree Serving Humanity

With great power comes great responsibility; SMU Yong Pung How School of Law’s alumnae Shim Eunkyung and Abigail Ong hold a common belief that their law studies have put them in good stead to help the disadvantaged and less-privileged.

What the Internet Generation Needs to be More Human

The human brain was transformed when humans developed the ability to read. In the face of an endless stream of digital distractions today, here are some tips to help us pick up the skill of deep reading to make us human again.

Should You Track What You Eat?

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Monitoring what you put into your body can create greater self-awareness and cultivate better eating habits. But how would starting a daily food log actually help you to achieve your ideal weight goal and improve your overall health?

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