Read inspiring stories of fellow alumni and catch up on what's happening in NTU.
The hip (hop) researcher
Dr Phan Quang Gia Chuong, 27 – better known as GC – has been breakdancing and graffiti painting all his life. With breaking set to make its Olympic debut in Paris in 2024, find out what’s on the NTU researcher’s mind.
Paying tribute to our everyday heroes
NTU alumna Audrey Ng’s art installation at the North Spine highlights the everyday heroes we often take for granted.
How an illustrator found his mission educating youth on personal finances
NTU alumnus and former HEY! student artist Goh Wei Choon, who is the co-founder and illustrator of The Woke Salaryman (TWS), outlines why the monochromatic comics strike a chord with youths.
Gen Y Speaks: By age 22, I had tried over 50 part-time jobs. This is what I learnt.
NTU alumna Regina Chan (NBS/2019) shares with TODAY what she learnt from having worked in 50 part-time jobs.
Introducing virtual reality to dementia patients
Meet modern-day hero and ADM alumnus, Eugene Soh, who is helping patients cope with dementia using VR technology.
Retired teacher finds calling in humanitarian work
Heeding a higher calling, Dr Cheng Soo May (Arts/1980) spends her retirement years edifying the lives of children with special needs in Tanzania.
Abandoned bikes put to good use in Myanmar to help poor students
NTU alumnus Mike Than shares how he hopes to empower students in developing countries to go to school by gifting them bicycles from failing bike-sharing companies.
Ever-restless to scale Everest
Holding on to an undying dream of conquering Mount Everest, alumnus Mr Jeremy Tong reached the highest summit in the world on his second attempt.
Defenders of cyberspace
How one alumnus found his mission to develop talents to help secure our cyberspace.